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Have you ever wondered what it’s like going to college in a different country, not just as in studying abroad, but actually completing your degree outside the US? Completely across the globe, my lovely friend Astrid Haayen is studying in Tongji University in Shanghai. Daniel Echeverria is studying Dentistry in Universidad de Costa Rica (University of Costa Rica). Luis Enrique Ruiz is studying Digital Animation Engineering in Universidad del Valle de Mexico. And, of course, this wouldn’t be complete without a small glimpse of college life in my lovely, tiny country Panama. When I studied abroad in Rome, my classes were organized through Roma Tre, a public university. Read on to find out a bit more about what college life is like in different parts of the globe! He decided to study in Costa Rica because the university he is currently attending is very good and prestigious, and since it’s a public university and he’s from Costa Rica, he pays very little for tuition (yay for us Costa Rican-born kids!) He lives with his grandmother. He’s still deciding whether he wants to go for Biomedical Engineering or Industrial Technology Engineering.
Gaby Noriega is majoring in Psychology in USMA Panama, a catholic university in the center of Panama City. Originally from Panama City, Panama (only place in the world where you can see the sun rise in the Pacific and set on the Atlantic!), she is majoring in Mechanical Engineering and minoring in Mathematics and Ballet. I talked to five of my high school classmates about their experiences living and studying in five different countries.


She’s currently studying Chinese, but after that Astrid will study Medicine in the Medical School of Tongji University. Biomedical Engineering has a duration of four years, while Industrial Technology Engineering has a duration of five years because you get your master’s degree as well. Gaby lives at home with her parents and drives to school everyday (universities in Panama don’t have dorms, with few exceptions).
A member of the Honors Program and dancer at heart, you can find her studying at the library, scrolling through her Tumblr feed , dancing, or reading. Students tended to live with their families (not in dorms) and sports teams and other clubs were organized through the community. She decided to study in Shanghai because she really wanted to learn the language, and there’s no better way of learning it than studying there. He is still adapting to college life in Costa Rica, but he’s doing great and he likes it there. He decided to study in Spain because there’s no language barrier to overcome, and since he was born in Spain, the process was made easier for him.
Clarissa has a really bad case of wanderlust and is obsessed with white chocolate mochas, The Big Bang Theory, and Doctor Reid from Criminal Minds.
Daniel lives in dorms that are not part of the university because dorms in the university are managed by the Opus Dei (an institution belonging to the Catholic Church), so there’s many strict rules to be followed in them. Her earliest class starts at 7am, and she has to wake up before 5am everyday in order to make it to class on time because the traffic is so bad in the morning. Since this is his first year, he has been taking general courses in subjects like biology, physics, and chemistry, and these classes feel a lot like a review, so he hasn’t been having any trouble.


He lives with students of different universities in that area, and it’s been truly a great experience for him. He really likes his college experience so far and he’s very happy, but he says the change from high school to college was brutal. For example, his finals are worth as much as 80-100 percent of his grade, and he has to study a lot more than he did in school. Barbara ne paraît pas bien mature dans cette version, et elle se retrouve bien vite en danger. As extracurriculars go, right now, Luis is in a course to certify his English skills, and he is participating in a project that will create a short film for CutOutFest, an International Animation Festival in Queretaro, Mexico. Quant a la relation Batman-Batgirl, l’idee ne me gene pas tant que ca mais deja de un, pas comme ca et de deux, pas dans The Killing Joke ! Mais les decisions debiles de Marc Saez m’avaient deja gacher JL vs TT, il me refera pas le coup sur Killing Joke.
Dieu merci, il reste les anciennes series animees (Batman TAS, TNAB et Justice League) et les Arkham pour l’ecouter incarner le Joker (non je ne compte pas The Batman). Saez essaie de faire de son mieux, il tente de donner un cote assez fou au personnage mais il n’y parvient pas.



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