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Maryland Global News

  • Katherine Badia's semester with Maryland-in-Barcelona

    "Before this experience, I did not have a particular passion for global affairs. Studying abroad not only provided me with a comprehensive understanding of Spanish history and politics but also instilled in me a profound appreciation for international politics."

  • Alyssa Taylor's year on exchange in South Korea

    "Increased Korean language skills will help me in my academic and professional career as my minor is in Korean studies and I want to become a foreign service officer so language skills are important in my career."

  • Antoinette Uzamere semester with Maryland-in-Florence (ARCH)

    "The ease of access to countries with different cultures allowed me to grow my respect for people who are different than me and also see how it compares to other cultures by experiencing it. With this new knowledge, I believe it will help me understand and relate to people who are different than me in an easier way in the future work place."

  • Gabrielle Jacques's semester with Arts & Humanities-in-London

    "I learned how to communicate better, make new friends, problem solve, plan and organize my days better, try new things and overall it increased my love of travel and adventure. Professionally I worked in my first internship at a Public Relations firm in the city and learned so much about the industry from a global perspective."

  • Logan Glauser's semester on exchange in Denmark

    "I was put into this new environment with a different culture and I loved it. It was so interesting to be able to live there and see the culture of the people both physically represented and through the surroundings in terms of architecture and deliberate choices for academics and such."

  • Incoming Terps Meetup in Pune, India: Destination UMD

    Incoming undergraduate students from Pune, India, share their experiences planning a meetup ahead of their arrival to the University of Maryland.

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