A typical Dutch scene. Courtesy photo.
One of the reasons I chose to study at Northeastern was because of the Amsterdam exchange program. If you studied abroad as an undergrad, you likely know how fulfilling it is to live in a foreign city surrounded by different people and to learn in an exciting (and at times challenging) new culture. Studying abroad as a graduate student offers the same experiences and a few new ones. Here are my top reasons to do it in graduate school:
Editor’s Note: Each year, students in the School of Public Policy and Urban Affairs can participate in a one-semester exchange program with the University of Leuven and the Universiteit van Amsterdam. Learn more about the School’s exchange programs here.