“I fell in love with the city, expanded my horizons and became slightly less mediocre at French.”
Twenty students will have the chance to spend their 2020 spring semester in Australia and New Zealand, taking 14 credits of Butler core curriculum and getting to visit places like the Great Barrier Reef and more.
Studying abroad is a big undertaking. Flights can be delayed or missed and alarms don’t wake you up. Once students get to their destination, classes only take up a small percentage of time and the weekends become jaunts to other countries.
Columnist Douglas Roche III shares his experiences from his semester abroad and the things he took home from his studies and travels.