Studying abroad is all about exploring new places, trying new things and being spontaneous, so this could be the perfect time to have a casual fling with a hottie who can show you the ropes to this new, foreign lifestyle of yours. The only problem is, you may not know where to look for it. Hanging out at local bars and clubs is a great way to meet cute local guys. You just have to be okay with the fact that you might not be their first American fling.
6 “love lessons” learned while studying abroad in Paris
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When I was about to leave to study abroad in Antwerp, Belgium, I had been dating someone for over two years. I thought I would spend the rest of my life with him, and leaving him was going to be the hardest part about my study abroad experience. But once I arrived to Antwerp, settled in a bit, and started to make friends and have fun, things went downhill quickly for our relationship. He wanted me to stay in and Skype with him, I wanted to go out and experience the city, and especially the nightlife, with all of the new friends that I suddenly had made.
Extracurricular Activities: A Study Abroad Student Tries Tinder In London
Alexandra takes up the story I had fallen in love with England — its history, beauty and theatrical tradition — on an week trip with my high school. We had seen a total of 21 Shakespeare plays — and after that, I knew I wanted to come back to study in the UK. Perhaps I was so thrilled by the time I arrived in that I was letting off an irresistible glow! James and I met, in stereotypically Oxford fashion, at a Hollywood-themed dinner via black tie and a little too much port.
Illustration by Grace Wilson. When I studied abroad in Paris my sophomore spring of college, I had an arrangement with a man I'll call Guillaume. We would meet for coffee, those petite European ones that make you feel like a giantess to sip, and speak for 30 minutes in English and then 30 minutes in French.