Snapchat Takeover with James Yun

May 4, 2017
snapchat takeover belgium

Hallo/Bonjour from our Snapchat Takeover in Belgium! In case you missed our Snapchat Takeover by spring 2017 BCA Brussels and University of LaVerne student, Jin James Yun, here are the highlights! Over the last weekend in April, James spent the weekend by the North Sea on a BCA Excursion. Belgium only has 70 km (approx. 43.5 miles) […]

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Body Positivity while Studying Abroad

March 27, 2017
Body Positivity

Body positivity has caused a lot of fluttering and talking amongst different communities. Everyone has a different definition of body positivity that shares their opinions on the subject, so I feel like the most poignant way to start this is to give you my definition. Body Positivity: To be aware of your body, to give […]

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Solving Your Study Abroad Fears

March 6, 2017

I studied abroad in Cheltenham, England and it was nothing short of an amazing experience. I saw things I have only ever dreamed of, meet new people and learned about new cultures. Although I had the best time ever, I must admit I had some fears before boarding my flight to a new country. Don’t leave home worried, there […]

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How to Apply to Study Abroad with BCA!

February 24, 2017

You’ve finished researching different study abroad programs and at last, you’re ready to apply to study abroad! Not sure where to begin? No worries – here’s a handy guide to help you apply for your upcoming BCA Study Abroad adventure! Where to Start There are multiple locations on our website where you can click an […]

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Homestay in Brussels – Host Mom’s Blog

August 1, 2016

Thinking about studying abroad with BCA in Brussels, but not sure what to expect from the city and homestay? Then look no further than this blog! A Vesalius College host mom shares insider information about life in Brussels including the famous frites and accompanying dipping sauces, recycling and reusing practices in Belgium, tipping in Europe, local […]

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What to Consider When Selecting A Study Abroad Program

June 17, 2016

I often tell students that studying abroad is what you make of it. It’s about the choices you make each day to engage in the local community, be active in your classes, and understand your new surroundings, rather than focus on what’s happening at home, obsessing over social media, or “collecting” countries through constant travel. […]

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Bucket List: Taking Full Advantage of Your Study Abroad Experience

June 16, 2016
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When you’re preparing to study abroad, you’ll likely crosscheck multiple lists before you leave. Don’t forget to plan for some fun while studying abroad, too! Consider creating a study abroad bucket list to ensure you make time for everything. Studying abroad isn’t only about the time in the classroom, lecture hall and lab. It’s also […]

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International Law Now Available

September 18, 2015

Study Law in the Capital of Europe! Vesalius College is now offering a BA in International and European Law that is ideal for students who are passionate about international and European legal issues. BCA Brussels student can take courses within the major. In this program, students will gain an understanding of legal processes and apparatuses in order to […]

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Fall in Love with a New City: Brussels

January 19, 2015

Stepping off the plane and into Brussels, Belgium, was like taking a step back in time. The first thing I noticed were the eclectic and beautiful buildings that make up the city. Suburbia does not exist; it is replaced by medieval-looking homes, one on top of the other, lining either side of the narrow streets. […]

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