IU Office of Overseas Study

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September 2017

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Updates & Reminders

New Staff:
We've undergone staffing changes this summer, and we'd like to e-introduce you to our new staff:

  • Amanda Roshan-Rawaan, Assistant Director
  • Sam Hudson, Study Abroad Advisor
  • Caleb Gardner, Communications Coordinator

When you return home, remember to check out our "Returning to IU" section of our website, where you can find resources for matriculating coursework and to sign up to become a contact for prospective IU students considering your study abroad program.

Also check out these resources to help with that transition and to remain involved internationally at IU and in Bloomington.

2017 Photo Contest

Submit your study abroad photos for our annual photo competition. The Office of Overseas Study judges will choose winners in the categories of People and Places, based on both the quality and content of the entries.

Photos submitted for the 2017 contest must have been taken while studying abroad during the 2016-17 academic year or summer 2017 and must have been taken by the entrant.

Winners will receive prizes from area restaurants and retail stores.

You will receive an e-mail by the end of the month with details on how to enter and additional eligibility information. Click here to view past photo contest winners.

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Reverse Culture Shock

"When you return, you become hyper-aware of a lot of things about America. There were a lot of things I had taken for granted here, and it was only once I returned that I was overly-conscious of them."  

Kelsey Lechner, Nagoya-IU, Academic Year '14-15

Stay Connected

Read what your peers are saying about studying abroad at our Student Stories Blog. Here are some recent posts:

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Less is More

The main reason I have come to terms with traveling light is because what you pack won’t define your trip.   [read more]

Susanna Sorrels, Seville-CIEE, Spring 2017

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Academic Life, Social Life, and Beyond

The British university system is not simply easier or harder than universities in the U.S. They have different teaching and learning concepts.   [read more]

Philip Jiao, Canterbury-IU, Spring 2017

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Adventures with German Kitchen

At first I thought that figuring out things like outlets, showers, and other household utilities would be the hardest – but nope, it was the kitchen.   [read more]

Rebecca Haley, Freiburg-IU, Spring 2017

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