Business administration senior Elisha Gupta was in London when the nation voted to exit the European Union this summer. She was studying at the London School of Economics, where she had a front-row seat to hear what British experts had to say about the vote.
Even more, she had the chance to meet and work with other study abroad students from Australia, Columbia, Denmark, India, China and Brazil. “When the opportunity to study abroad comes along, take it. If an opportunity does not come along, then make one,” she says.
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