Introducing a New Healthy Living Abroad Series at CAPA London | ssadler@capa.org (Stephanie Sadler)

It can be difficult to make the healthiest of choices while studying abroad. It’s a completely new environment, with different people and simple nuances of daily life that fall outside of a well-established comfort zone to learn to navigate. There’s a strong desire to pack as much into a semester or summer abroad as possible, to travel, to explore the host city and still excel academically as well as professionally at an internship placement. It’s easy to forget to drink eight glasses of water a day or make time for mindfulness and reflection.

That considered, CAPA London is piloting a new…

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An Introvert’s Guide to Buenos Aires: 10 Ways to Recharge | ssadler@capa.org (Stephanie Sadler)

Yes, CAPA global cities are bursting with people from around the globe and are inevitably full of social and networking opportunities. They’re also home to some pretty amazing quieter places though, and are host to tons of activities that give the introverts among us a chance to recharge and perhaps discover another, more peaceful, side of a bustling metropolis. Here are 10 of our favorites in Buenos Aires:

1. ENJOY THE PARKS & PLAZAS. While Buenos Aires isn’t a city particularly celebrated for its acres of green space, there are still plenty of parks and plazas that offer an…

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Here’s What Happens at a CAPA Center Orientation | ssadler@capa.org (Stephanie Sadler)

“Excited.”
“Nervous.”
“Dedicated.”
“Confused.”
“Intrigued.”

A new group of students had arrived in London a few days earlier and, as part of their welcome week and three-day orientation, they shared a few words to describe the mix of emotions flooding their thoughts.

The words—all of them valid and very normal—came as no surprise to London Internships Placement Manager Katie Lander. “One of my favorite activities is for students to complete our three-word exercise,” she shared. “We ask them to pick three words to describe how they are feeling. We’ll look over these then see how we can…

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6 Professional Skills You Need to Succeed This Year | ssadler@capa.org (Stephanie Sadler)

When you study and intern abroad, opportunities will constantly be presenting themselves for you to grow professionally. The overarching benefits of picking up new skills will serve you in the years to come.

In an article written in 2018, LinkedIn Business shared their findings from hiring and recruiting data that they pulled between January-September 2017 (which was billions of data points) to identify the most in-demand hard and soft skills for 2018 and on. From this and several other sources which produced similar data, we’ll take a look at six of the professional skills you need to…

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An Introvert’s Guide to Barcelona: 10 Ways to Recharge | ssadler@capa.org (Stephanie Sadler)

Yes, CAPA global cities are bursting with people from around the globe and are inevitably busy places. They’re also home to some pretty amazing quieter spaces too that give the introverts among us a chance to recharge and perhaps discover another, more peaceful, side of a bustling metropolis. We recommend picking up a copy of a book called Quiet Barcelona by Siobhan Wall before you go. It’s packed full of ideas, but here are 10 of our personal favorite ways to recharge in the city.

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10 Books to Read Before You Study Abroad in Barcelona | ssadler@capa.org (Stephanie Sadler)

Pick up a book or two to read before you study abroad in Barcelona and, of course, choose one for the journey. We’ll share 10 of our favorite recommendations below, but we’d also love to know if you’ve discovered any you love. If you have, mention @CAPAStudyAbroad on social media with your own suggestions.

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