HEY Ebony here giving you some information about Studying Abroad.
What does studying abroad mean? It’s the opportunity for students to expand their education in another country.
Are you aware of the Study abroad opportunities that Genesee Community College offers?
If not here is a list of those opportunities
I would love to study aboard in Australia. It seems like a wonderful place to visit and learn about the different culture.
There are a lot of benefits for international studies, some of these benefits are
- Learning new languages
- Learning different ways of living
- Gain a new appreciation for your own culture
- Meet new people
- Explore new things and be adventurous
- Resume builder
- The opportunity to travel
A few of GCC students and teachers will be studying abroad in IRELAND this summer starting June 7th – 21st. I wish them great luck on their adventure.
Here’s a list of some of things they’ll be doing on their journey…
Day 1– Tuesday 7th June: -Collection from Dublin Airport at 8.40 a.m. Trip to Malahide Castle and gardens
Day2– Wednesday 8th June -Causey Farm 10-3
Day 3 -Thursday 9th June- Visit Dairy Farm– 2 p.m. Tour of Slane Castle and Hill of Slane
Day 4 -Friday 10th June – Neolithic monuments of Newgrange, Knowth and Dowth , Mellifont Abbey Monesterboice
Day 5 –Saturday 11th June- Hill of Tara Trim Castle – Irish Ceili night
Day 6 –Sunday 12th June- Trip to Dublin
Day 7 –Monday 13th June – Dublin Day 2
Day 8 –Tuesday 14th June -Battle of the Boyne Site
Day 9 –Wednesday 15th June – Loughcrew and Fore Abbey
Day 10 –Thurs 16th June – Marble Arch Caves Co Fermanagh Northern Ireland –
Day 11 –Friday 17th June – Viking Splash Tour– Dublin Zoo/ Shopping
Day 12 – Saturday 18th –Ulster American Folk Park
Day 13 – Sunday 19th June- Tour of Glendalough and Avoca weavers
Day 14 -Mon 20th June- Visit to Kells Heritage town and Cabra Castle Kingscourt- Irish Farewell night
Day 15– Tues 21st June -Leave for Dublin Airport at 7.00 a.m. for flight at 9.55
Check out this link below to get more information on this Journey
Sounds fun and different doesn’t it. Where would you like to study abroad ?
2 thoughts on “Study Abroad”
Hello! As one of the students taking the opportunity to study abroad in Ireland I want to share my experiences so far. I am attending most of my classes at the Arcade campus center and haven’t really had a lot of experience at the Batavia campus. I saw a flyer on a bulletin board and sent an email to the listed address. The process was simple. I went to a couple meetings, signed up for the classes and obtained a student loan to pay for the trip. As the date draws near it becomes more real. In less than four weeks we will be in Ireland. I would advise anyone who wants to travel, abroad or otherwise, to consider going with the college. There are many places to choose from! What an exciting opportunity and when would one be able to pursue this type of opportunity again?
For me studying abroad means excitement, personal growth, and cultural awareness.
I would love to go to UK for studying.