What changes when you study abroad?

30 Kilos was all the allowance I had to carry my belongings when I boarded my flight from India to Germany. 30 Kilos to fill in the clothes I wore to the groceries I had to use to possibly ‘feel being fed at home’. From the currency I spent to the restaurants I visited. Everything was about to change. From the faces I saw every day to the way I moved about the city. A new set of rules to be wary about. Put in a nutshell, the whole way I had been living so far had to be flip-flopped. Awe fill...
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Stuttgart & Ain Shams Universities’ Student Experience: Life in Egypt

"How could I forgot it can be this cold in Stuttgart!", I mentally yelled at myself as I stepped out of the Airport this year in February after coming back from my 3rd semester in Cairo, ah my warm-sunny-20-degree yesterday. You usually do not reflect about your unusual experiences until that cold breeze slaps you in the face, but I just experienced living lengthy in two different countries of contrasting climates and culture while studying within two distinctive education systems (what is al...
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From Peking to Stuttgart

Discover the world, get to know other cultures, learn specialist knowledge: Studying abroad is certainly attractive. Every year, students from Stuttgart travel to other countries and even other continents; sometimes just for a semester, sometimes for a whole year. Simultaneously, students from other countries make the journey to Stuttgart to share our lecture rooms, our residence halls and our friends. Jianxuan Liu was born in Peking and is currently studying Cultures of Knowledge in Stuttga...
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