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The British Columbia Study Abroad (BCSA) Consortium is a group of BC post-secondary institutions that work together to encourage students to gain international academic experience by offering short term study abroad programs across disciplines and countries around the world.

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The Benefits of Studying Abroad presented by Study Abroad Program Ambassadors at Thompson Rivers University.


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Garrett Lakey, Costa Rica

After spending 2.5 weeks in Costa Rica and landing in Prince George, I can safely say I’m already missing it. During this last week we have done some pretty amazing things. This includes ziplining...

Canadian students and researchers can now apply for scholarships to study or conduct research at the undergraduate, graduate or postdoctoral level in Mexico. 

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Kira Daley, China

I can honestly say that I have started and stopped writing this post a few times already. The magnitude and variety of new things I experience each day is sometimes overwhelming. How can I write ...

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Garrett Lakey, Costa Rica
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After spending 2.5 weeks in Costa Rica and landing in Prince George, I can safely say I’m already missing it. During this last week we have done some pretty amazing things. This includes ziplining, river rafting and swimming in the ocean. The zipline course included 12 lines with the longest line being over 800 meters long. Riding through the canopy is very beautiful. It allows you to view from the top of the canopy instead of viewing everything from below. Rafting was also very cool, we spent all day rafting down the Pacuare river. As you float down this river you see hanging carriages strung across the river. These are used by the indigenous people to cross the river into town. Swimming in the ocean was also a new experience for me. The water tastes like salt and it burns when it gets in the ey...

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