Shift Your Perspective

There’s no better way to gain perspective on the world around us than to encounter it. Can’t hop on a plane at the moment? We’ve compiled stories and related media about Georgian Court students’ travels so you can learn and live vicariously through their adventurous spirits. Click here to go to the GCU Study Abroad Blog.

  • One more day!
    by cmarcucci on May 24, 2018 at 2:31 pm

    The Germany group is just one day away until they are ready for take off! Wondering what we will be up to? The group has some business meetings ahead of them with a few companies. Students will be learning these businesses strategies and understanding what aspects are making them successful. Stay tuned to see what … Continue reading "One more day!" […]

  • Let the Countdown Begin
    by kwood on May 14, 2018 at 8:53 pm

    Only 20 days, 60 meals, 19 sleeps, and 2 Mondays until we leave for Ireland… but who’s counting? DAYS 1 & 2 – On the 3rd of June, we leave to explore the lovely Emerald Isle. We will arrive early Monday morning at five o’clock, hopefully with strong coffees in our hands. Energy will be much … Continue reading "Let the Countdown Begin" […]

  • Bursting with excitement
    by Stephanie Gachette on May 2, 2018 at 7:47 pm

    Hello GCU community ! The Ireland group is officially less than a month away from hopping on a plane and beginning their journey through Ireland. Throughout this journey we hope to have you all see the beauty and culture of Ireland through photos and post. […]

  • 23 days till Germany!
    by cmarcucci on May 2, 2018 at 6:13 pm

    Just a few more weeks till we take off for Germany! Stay up to date through our posts and photos while we experience the German culture. […]

  • Video from GCU in Italy- March 2018
    by Laura Grodewald on May 2, 2018 at 5:57 pm

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  • Reflections from Italy
    by Laura Grodewald on April 4, 2018 at 3:25 pm

    “This trip was my very first trip out of the country.  What really made me sign up was the fact that I would be traveling with classmates and my own professors, whom I feel safe and comfortable with; I believed that having this sense of comfort and security would allow me to stress less and … Continue reading "Reflections from Italy" […]

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