Psychology & Sociology
traveling, anything nature, reading, music, culture,
Where did you study?
Name of program
Why did you choose to study there?
Family roots, wanted to study somewhere uncommon to
Americans and different from Western Europe.
What courses did you choose to enroll
Geneologies of Citizenship, Contemporary Political
Theories, Qualitative Methods of Analysis, Communication
Management & Crisis Management
How did you pay for your study abroad
Previous savings and scholarships.
Did you use some sort of financial
aid, scholarship or fellowship?
What was your living situation?
Lived in a flat for a few months with exchange student
roommates then moved to dorms with local students.
What did you do for fun?
Day trips to the lake and neighboring countries, hanging
out with friends at restaurants and pubs, exploring the
city, concerts and parties
Favorite aspect of your trip?
All the wonderful people I met and the places I have
Challenges you faced?
Problems with my residency permit...make sure you get it
before you leave!!
Advice or helpful tips for future
Be both open and flexible. Things often will not go as
you hope or plan but its all about adapting to your
environment and being positive!
What is one thing (if anything) that
you would change about your experience if you could do
Extending my studies for one whole year!
Funny or memorable story?
Learning how to go out "European style"! People go out
around 1 or 2 a.m. and do not get home until 5 or 6
a.m.!! Definitely a different routine than back at home!
Something interesting you learned
about the town you lived in?
Ljubljana is the most beautiful little city. The river
reflects all the lights from the city and biking at
night down the city streets is the best! Don't forget to
eat lots of burek too ( yummy pastry filled with meat
and cheese )