spring2017

Sabrina McIntosh, ESC Spring semester student from The College of New Jersey

Sabrina D. McIntosh, The College of New Jersey

What was the most challenging part of living in Germany, and what did you do to overcome that challenge? The most challenging part of living Germany I would have to say in the language barrier and the transportation. That challenge was easy to overcome from learning key German words and just paying attention to the […]

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Surbhi Chawla, ESC student ambassador from The College of New Jersey

Surbhi Chawla, The College of New Jersey

Surbhi Chawla is a junior marketing major with a double minor in graphic design and women, gender, and sexuality studies at The College of New Jersey. In spring  she was fortunate enough to travel to Heidelberg, Germany through the European Study Center for one semester, and eventually took advantage of an internship opportunity in Lugano, […]

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Alyssa Solis - ESC spring semester student

Alyssa Solis, University of the Incarnate Word

What is your favorite place in Heidelberg? I would have to say my favorite place would be the banks of the Nekar River. We had many student barbeques on the river and laid out blankets soaking the sun. Some of our fellow students bought a volleyball and soccer ball and we spent the day playing […]

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Derek Bender, ESC spring semester student

Derek Bender, The College of New Jersey

Hello, I am Derek Bender, and I am currently a Senior at The College of New Jersey. I am majoring in International Studies, with a minor in Russian Studies. I spent my Spring 2017 semester abroad studying at the European Study Center in Heidelberg, Germany. While over there I fell in love with the culture, […]

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Elizabeth Fernandez, ESc spring semester student

Elizabeth Fernandez, University of the Incarnate Word

What is your favorite place in Heidelberg? All of Haupstrasse, even though I would say all of Heidelberg is my favorite. What was the most challenging part of living in Germany, and what did you do to overcome that challenge? Not speaking German was the hardest challenge for me even though most people in Heidelberg […]

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