Monthly Archives: February, 2014

Remnants of the Past: Must Visit Historical Places

As highly cognizable, Europe is among the 7 continents of the world. Composed of Eurasia’s westernmost peninsula, primarily, this continent is branched from Asia. In the north, Europe is rimmed by the Arctic Ocean, and the Atlantic Ocean in the north. Based on its surface area, Europe has the second smallest continent. There are approximately […]

When Considering to Study in Eastern Europe

The fall of Berlin Wall symbolizes the unification of Europe. But, even if the physical barrier has been torn down, there still exists a great difference between Eastern and Western Europe. Those who wish to pursue education abroad will find that Eastern Europe is a richer learning environment to study language, history, politics, or economics. […]

Coping with Cultural Transition when Studying Abroad

Studying abroad is accompanied by various feelings, ranging from excitement to anxiety. Expect lots of changes and adjustments to welcome you, this time, to a new environment, academic system, and most especially to a new culture different from home. You’re bound to experience culture shock which refers to the psychological disorientation with the unfamiliar way […]

Art as a Living Journey in Europe

If you are considering taking up art or if you are already an art major, it will do you a world of good to go on a European study tour. Going to Europe to study art will enable you to learn all about the work of the masters, and it will allow you to do […]