Anybody else studying abroad this summer?

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Anybody else studying abroad this summer?

Postby jdubb990 » Fri Feb 04, 2011 11:29 pm

Well, are ya? Where at and when?

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Re: Anybody else studying abroad this summer?

Postby chrispy4207 » Fri Feb 04, 2011 11:46 pm

The Netherlands/European Union and then China for me!! :D

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Re: Anybody else studying abroad this summer?

Postby mala2 » Fri Feb 04, 2011 11:52 pm

chrispy4207 wrote:The Netherlands/European Union and then China for me!! :D


wow thats a busy summer what are you doing?

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Re: Anybody else studying abroad this summer?

Postby chrispy4207 » Sat Feb 05, 2011 12:31 pm

They are two separate study abroad trips for business credit. The European union trip is not very structured, you have class Monday through Thursday and then you get the weekends to go wherever you want in the union. I am thinking about Paris, Amsterdam, and then around Germany so I can get use to internaional travel a bit. After a month in Europe I'll be back in the States for about two weeks and then it will be China time.

The trip to China is alot more structured. We are spending a lot of time in Beijing, but we are sght seeing in a lot of different places. The Great Wall, a beer factory, etc etc. Were also learning a form of chinese boxing, which I thought was really cool. It will be a lot of flight time between the trips though! I am hoping to become really motivated after I get back, because I am taking a light semester to prep for the dreaded LSAT. What about you? Where are you going?

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Re: Anybody else studying abroad this summer?

Postby ChattTNdt » Sat Feb 05, 2011 12:44 pm

chrispy4207 wrote:They are two separate study abroad trips for business credit. The European union trip is not very structured, you have class Monday through Thursday and then you get the weekends to go wherever you want in the union. I am thinking about Paris, Amsterdam, and then around Germany so I can get use to internaional travel a bit. After a month in Europe I'll be back in the States for about two weeks and then it will be China time.

The trip to China is alot more structured. We are spending a lot of time in Beijing, but we are sght seeing in a lot of different places. The Great Wall, a beer factory, etc etc. Were also learning a form of chinese boxing, which I thought was really cool. It will be a lot of flight time between the trips though! I am hoping to become really motivated after I get back, because I am taking a light semester to prep for the dreaded LSAT. What about you? Where are you going?


To clear up any confusion, this is actually the forum for law students
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Re: Anybody else studying abroad this summer?

Postby Cherith Cutestory » Sat Feb 05, 2011 3:47 pm

chrispy4207 wrote:They are two separate study abroad trips for business credit. The European union trip is not very structured, you have class Monday through Thursday and then you get the weekends to go wherever you want in the union. I am thinking about Paris, Amsterdam, and then around Germany so I can get use to internaional travel a bit. After a month in Europe I'll be back in the States for about two weeks and then it will be China time.

The trip to China is alot more structured. We are spending a lot of time in Beijing, but we are sght seeing in a lot of different places. The Great Wall, a beer factory, etc etc. Were also learning a form of chinese boxing, which I thought was really cool. It will be a lot of flight time between the trips though! I am hoping to become really motivated after I get back, because I am taking a light semester to prep for the dreaded LSAT. What about you? Where are you going?

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Re: Anybody else studying abroad this summer?

Postby LLB2JD » Sat Feb 05, 2011 7:12 pm

chrispy4207 wrote:They are two separate study abroad trips for business credit. The European union trip is not very structured, you have class Monday through Thursday and then you get the weekends to go wherever you want in the union. I am thinking about Paris, Amsterdam, and then around Germany so I can get use to internaional travel a bit. After a month in Europe I'll be back in the States for about two weeks and then it will be China time.

The trip to China is alot more structured. We are spending a lot of time in Beijing, but we are sght seeing in a lot of different places. The Great Wall, a beer factory, etc etc. Were also learning a form of chinese boxing, which I thought was really cool. It will be a lot of flight time between the trips though! I am hoping to become really motivated after I get back, because I am taking a light semester to prep for the dreaded LSAT. What about you? Where are you going?


:lol:

I was about to say "You do this for credit in Law School?" and then I got to the bold part.

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Re: Anybody else studying abroad this summer?

Postby jdubb990 » Sun Feb 06, 2011 2:14 pm

LLB2JD wrote:
chrispy4207 wrote:They are two separate study abroad trips for business credit. The European union trip is not very structured, you have class Monday through Thursday and then you get the weekends to go wherever you want in the union. I am thinking about Paris, Amsterdam, and then around Germany so I can get use to internaional travel a bit. After a month in Europe I'll be back in the States for about two weeks and then it will be China time.

The trip to China is alot more structured. We are spending a lot of time in Beijing, but we are sght seeing in a lot of different places. The Great Wall, a beer factory, etc etc. Were also learning a form of chinese boxing, which I thought was really cool. It will be a lot of flight time between the trips though! I am hoping to become really motivated after I get back, because I am taking a light semester to prep for the dreaded LSAT. What about you? Where are you going?


:lol:

I was about to say "You do this for credit in Law School?" and then I got to the bold part.


Yeah, I posted this in the law students forum for a reason. I'm interning the first half of the summer and studying abroad in Europe the second half. I figure its the last chance I'll ever have to do something like this.

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Re: Anybody else studying abroad this summer?

Postby Aqualibrium » Sun Feb 06, 2011 2:17 pm

jdubb990 wrote:Well, are ya? Where at and when?



Better question: Do you still hate your school and your idiot classmates?

http://www.top-law-schools.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=137090




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