Study Abroad

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FAQ about my time studying abroad in America at Montana State University:

1/Why did you pick Montana as a place to study?

My original plan to study abroad in Holland fell through so when discussing options through the uni, I found out that I could study in America for just a semester (as opposed to the standard full year!) and Montana, through a twist of fate due to the fact that my favourite boy was also studying there, was the only place with a space left! So, I headed off to big sky country for snowy mountains and a cold long beautiful winter! It was seriously one of the best places I have ever been full of amazing people and stunning views! I loved it so much!

2/What did you study?

My study abroad counted for quite a large part of my degree back in England, so I studied film and photography with a ‘fun’ elective in Yoga!

3/Where did you live while you were there?

I lived in a shared student house near to the campus with 6 boys! Vastly outnumbered!

4/How long were you there?

I lived in Montana for 8 months!

5/What kind of visa did you have?

I was there on a student J-1 visa

6/Did you travel at all?

Yes! I was very lucky to fit lots of travel in both in Montana and around the US! My boy and I lived out of our car for a month and did a crazy road trip around the whole western side of the USA! It was one of those trips that was so amazing it hardly seems real now!

 

Some of my favourite posts from my time studying abroad:

A week in the life

15 Reasons why you should study abroad

First month in Big Sky Country

Camping in Montana

Exploring the Absoroka-Beartooth Wilderness

The Northern Lights

Visiting Yellowstone National Park

Super Sunday

Stranded in Southern Idaho

Skiing for the first time