Marie A, Denmark – Univ. of Copenhagen (Global Studies)

You will grow and your world will expand infinitely abroad. 1.What was your biggest fear about studying abroad that turned out to be no big deal? To be honest, I didn’t really have any fears before I left–my problem was not anticipation of the problems, but the problems I realized I had when I faced … More Marie A, Denmark – Univ. of Copenhagen (Global Studies)

Sarah Miller, Denmark, University of Copenhagen, (Cultural Anthropology & Psychology)

What was your biggest fear about studying abroad that turned out to be no big deal? I am gluten intolerant and have a bad reaction when I am exposed to wheat or gluten. This worry was compounded with the usual worry that one cannot speak the local language. In the first few weeks of my … More Sarah Miller, Denmark, University of Copenhagen, (Cultural Anthropology & Psychology)

Nicole Smovzh, Denmark, University of Copenhagen (Global Studies)

What was your biggest fear about studying abroad that turned out to be no big deal? My biggest fear about studying abroad was not having an immediate network of family and friends. Also, I was nervous about being in a new setting and feeling comfortable. After a week or so all of these fears were … More Nicole Smovzh, Denmark, University of Copenhagen (Global Studies)

Evyn Freedman, Denmark, University of Copenhagen (Religious Studies & Political Science)

What was your biggest fear about studying abroad that turned out to be no big deal? When I decided to study abroad, I was most nervous about making friends. Being in a new city with all new people and at a new school can be a daunting thought, but it ended up being super easy … More Evyn Freedman, Denmark, University of Copenhagen (Religious Studies & Political Science)

Tyler Perdue, Denmark, University of Copenhagen (Biology)

What were you totally freaked out about before going that turned out to be no big deal? Once I got there, I started to freak out because I didn’t know anyone on the whole continent of Europe. At the time, this seemed very daunting, but everyone was super nice and it was easy to make … More Tyler Perdue, Denmark, University of Copenhagen (Biology)