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The Best Summer Of My Life

In England by Eller Student

Caroline Ochoa Major: MIS Expected Graduation: May 2018        After stopping at 4 airports and travelling 28 hours home, I am back in the States. Two weeks before I left, my roommate reminded me that our time was coming to an end. As I got ready for work and brushed my mascara on, I felt myself crying. I …

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Missing the Adventures

In England by Eller Student

Alex Gibson    Major: MIS & Management Expected Graduation: May 2018      Now that I am back in the United States, the first thing I notice are the buildings:  everything is so tall and modern compared to the short, historic buildings in London and I find myself missing the older buildings.  While I am happy to be back with my …

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Missing Everything But The Showers

In England by Eller Student

Jack Farnstrom Major: Business Economics Expected Graduation: December 2017      The first thing I thought to myself once I was back in the United States was how much I was going to miss the London life. My hometown is pretty quaint and very warm during the summer and I knew the rest of my summer break was going to be fairly …

Couldn’t Help But Fall In Love

In England by Eller Student

Khenda McIntee Major: Pre-Business Expected Graduation: May 2019      London has been more than what I had imagined. I have always loved London before ever setting foot there and now that I have, I love it even more. It was so hard saying goodbye to the wonderful people I’ve met over the summer. It was even harder saying goodbye …

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Already Missing London

In England by Eller Student

Andrew Strauss      I have learned more useful skills in the past 2 months than I have in 2 years of college. I gained priceless information regarding company branding, graphic design, web design, and advertising. I learned how a company is supposed to present itself and how a company gains clients. At college, I learn about things that are …

My Calling

In England by Eller Student

Courtney Nash      After completing my eight weeks of a full-time internship, looking back I can now see how much I took away from it. I learned that the high fashion industry is extremely competitive and you really have to work your way from the bottom up. Other interns I worked with were from all over the world and …

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Home Sweet Home (I think?)

In England by Eller Student

Laurel Kremer Major: Economics Expected Graduation: May 2018      Oh, what I would do for a 50p pain au chocolate right now. I was emptying out my wallet and found one octagonal fifty pence piece, immediately triggering pangs of sadness and regret from not spending it on one last croissant.      Towards the end of my internship, I was ready …

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London Will Always Have My Heart

In England by Eller Student

Elena Laviñeta Major: Accounting Expected Graduation: May 2017      It seems so odd to be writing this from my room at home and not my room in London. About a week before I went home, I was not quite ready to go home because I thought I would miss London too much, but I was excited to see my …

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Highly Recommend the Experience

In England by Eller Student

Matthew Tinyo Finance Major Expected Graduation: May, 2017      My summer in Europe has exceeded my expectations.  I knew that studying and working in London was going to be a special experience.  But the culture, architecture, professionalism, and ambiance were as they say, brilliant!  Before my journey to London, my sister had studied abroad in Italy and told me …

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Opened My Eyes

In China by Eller Student

Evan Baker Finance Major Graduating May 2018      We have been back in the states for over a week now and though it has been nice to get some American food and sleep in a bed that fits me, I do miss the Hong Kong life sometimes. It was an amazing experience and one of the best summers I’ve had. I …

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More In Common Than Different

In China by Eller Student

John Bail Major: Business Econ Expected Graduation: Dec. 2016       I am so glad to be home. So glad to see my friends and family. Two months is a long time, especially for a guy like me who has never be away from my family for more than a week prior to this experience. My time in Hong Kong …

Building Relationships

In China by Eller Student

Pujing Yang Major: Pre-Business Expected Graduation: May 2018      After 2 months of internship in Hong Kong, I came back to the mainland of China and recall the time that I spend in Hong Kong. I felt the time just ran so fast, and I already merged to be part of Hong Kong. I really appreciate the chance to be …