“Make friends outside your country of origin - European people are super fun to talk with.”
I have never lived in Europe before, so after my junior year I decided to give it a try to go to Europe, specifically England because I wanted to learn more about the British culture.
Tea culture in the UK; tea-crawling.
I was concerned that it would a different education system that I was not used to. But University College London (UCL) turned out to be pretty flexible and much easier than I thought.
Wake up at 8 am, cook breakfast for myself; go to classes; do some reading and go to the gym at 5 pm.
I took four economics class; I thought all of them required less workload than the ones at Berkeley.
During my trip to Iceland, we had a flat tire in the middle of nowhere and had to change it ourselves.
It broadened my perspective on issues regarding Europe.
Make friends outside your country of origin - European people are super fun to talk with.