On Thursday September 8th, 2022 Queen Elizabeth II died. She was the longest reigning monarch in British history. MNTV Reporter Ari Lopez is abroad in London covering the funeral and […]
Study abroad is back in motion, providing students with the opportunity to learn and explore in a completely new environment once again. According to Assistant Vice Provost for International Programs […]
Approximately 7 thousand miles away in the Philippines, sophomore Audrey Mallari jolts awake to the sound of her 4:30 a.m. alarm. After splashing water on her face and preparing for the long day ahead, she opens Zoom, starting with a 5 a.m. architecture studio class.
This is a typical morning for many international students at Cal Poly. International students taking classes abroad have navigated a host of issues during the pandemic, such as travel restrictions, time difference and uncertainty.
The biological sciences senior lived with a pack of wolves in a cold, desolate home, learned a new language in Japan and traveled through Peru.
One Cal Poly student decided to take her post-grad plans abroad. Here’s what she learned.
Our 300-student survey found 68.2 percent of students said recent attacks would not influence their decision to study abroad.
There’s something special about sharing a home cooked meal.
Jake Mix recaps his final moments in Australia in this week’s study abroad column.
As I sat in my apartment on Saturday, I was shaken (literally) out of my wifi-induced stupor by what sounded like an army marching on the plaza outside.
My first week in Granada has been amazing. It’s absolutely beautiful here and I’m amazed by the city’s extensive history.
When I was entering my first year at Cal Poly, I consistently heard from older students and graduates that their one regret in college was they never studied abroad. It might have been one of my regrets, too, if my parents didn’t encourage me this past year to look into some of the programs available. So, I went to the Study Abroad Fair and one program immediately had my attention: Cal Poly in Australia.