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Before the fall semester starts for students studying abroad in London, Ithaca College’s honors program and theater arts department sponsor a four-day trip to Edinburgh, Scotland’s famous Fringe Festival—the world’s largest arts festival.


Ithaca's Cultural Connections Club gives students who have traveled internationally the opportunity to share their stories with each other and reach out to others who are considering study abroad.


It’s easy to assume that spending a semester in London is all about sipping tea, sightseeing, and soaking up the local culture, but each year some 75 London Center students get a jump on their careers with exciting internships in and around the city. Here are just a few of the valuable real-world experiences students have had lately.


Sensory overload enveloped us as we stepped outside the Mumbai airport and into the car that would take us to our hostel in Bandra West -- our home for the next three weeks.


It can be quite a daunting task to call a city with over seven million unfamiliar faces home. At least, it was for me when I studied abroad in London this past summer. Weary after the long flight to Heathrow Airport, I lugged around what seemed to be about 1,000 pounds of luggage, and realized -- shockingly -- that I was now a foreigner. But as I walked onto the Tube with my fellow Ithaca College students, we prepared for the greatest eight weeks of our lives.


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