The Ideal Itinerary – Edinburgh

Taryn Rostovsky checks in from studying abroad to share one location (and many must-see spots) where COM students might choose to spend a spare weekend during their own London semesters. For my first weekend getaway, I had 48 hours. I had two full days to travel with my three girlfriends,…

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Going Abroad: What You Should Know

I’ve been studying abroad in London for almost a month now, and while I am certainly enjoying my time here, there are a couple of things that I wish someone would’ve told me before I started. If you’re considering studying in a foreign country, or already are, here are some…

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Postcards from London: South Kensington

This semester, we at the COMmunicator will be highlighting study abroad trips of both present and past. Check out what Keelan Higgins had to say about her summer trip to London! On May 22, 2017, 17 COM graduate students embarked on the annual London Mass Communication Graduate Program. European study…

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Blogs From Abroad: Art Hopping In London, Asli Aybar (COM’19, CAS’19)

If someone had told me study abroad classes in London would primarily consist of field trips around the city, I would have applied to the program a long time ago. When I got to the BU London campus, I didn’t expect my history class, a course focused on influential women in Britain from the 1600s to post-World War II, to involve us leaving the classroom so often. For nearly each session, I found myself in a plethora of galleries, museums, and libraries all the way from the neighborhood of…

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