Experiences and Adventures of Indian Students Studying Abroad

Student Blogs

Click on the student blogs to read about the experiences of students already studying abroad. It will give you a good idea of what it’s like to be an international student and what it’s like to study in a particular country or at a particular institute.

As well as the university experience, you can find out what the students do in their free time and how they are finding life in their chosen study destination.

If you are an Indian student currently studying abroad or if you have studied overseas in the past and you would like to share your stories, please email us at info@indianstudentabroad.com

 

Widener International

WIDENER INTERNATIONAL By Megh Shah   Widener University, a small university located in Delaware County of Pennsylvania, just a few miles south of Philadelphia is a beautiful private university with friendly staff and great mentors who are always ready to help....

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From India to Cardiff

From India to Cardiff - My Experience as an International Postgrad at Cardiff Met When I finished my undergraduate degree in India, I knew I wanted to study further. I wanted to explore public health in more depth, so to broaden my horizons I decided to apply to...

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University of Pennsylvania

Life at Penn Shriya, University of Pennsylvania University Of Pennsylvania is in full bloom. Spring is here, so every time you walk down the center of campus- Locust Walk, you’re walking under a massive canopy of shaded green. The campus is scattered with students...

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My Year in Canada

From the Tropic to the Arctic: My Year in Canada Sharmistha spent a year in Canada with her husband Sameer who was taking an MBA at Queen's University When my husband and I received the visa for Canada in March 2007, our first thought was- “Yay! No Indian summer this...

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Student, Backpacker, Foodlover

Student, Backpacker, Foodlover   Anshul, EDHEC Business School, France I am a masters student but would like to introduce myself as another Indian backpacker in Europe with love for food. Before reading this I must warn you, you might not enjoy studying in any...

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