My Personal Experience I saw college as a necessity for me as a kid. I enjoyed learning, and my educated parents' experience with college encouraged me. It wasn't until later I found out about the other paths I can take and how people have found success in not attending college. Everything changed with my diagnosis. … Continue reading My Decision to Go to College with a Chronic Illness
I get asked this question often. And I still don't know how to answer it. But I will try to. Europe I have always been fascinated by Europe. It is so different than the US. I think I would enjoy the European lifestyle more than the American lifestyle. My love of Europe, even though I've … Continue reading Why Spain?
In the US, researching colleges outside of the US is very difficult. Counselors are only informed about US universities. And any information about studying abroad is through American universities. I wouldn't been able to consider the idea of getting an abroad Degree without the internet (Props to study abroad students in the past). With no … Continue reading Researching on Going to College Abroad
Last March, I traveled to tour a college. It was definitely the best location to travel. SPAIN! If you don't know, Universidad de Navarra (UNAV) is one of the best universities in the world. The main campus is located in Pamplona. I plan to attend university in Spain and work there as well after. After … Continue reading Touring Universidad de Navarra