10 Observations From Abroad

Zach Abroad, Viterbi Summer Leave a Comment

For background, I’m spending the summer traveling through Europe. I’ve been there a week now and here’s a list of some of the things I’ve noticed. 1. USC gear gets noticed So far we have been stopped in the streets twice because we were wearing USC shirts. Our European alumni are just as proud as the Americans 2. I don’t …

Studying Abroad in Madrid

gavin Abroad, Viterbi Summer Leave a Comment

We’re almost mid way through summer and I can honestly say this has been the greatest summer vacation of my entire life. I’m currently studying abroad in Madrid, Spain, and I couldn’t be happier with my decision to go abroad. So far I’ve been to Sevilla, Granada, Cordoba, Segovia, Toledo, and Barcelona, in addition to Madrid. There are about 30 …

Summer 2012: Studying Abroad in Madrid!

nataliea Abroad, Viterbi Summer Leave a Comment

This summer I am very excited to say that I will be studying abroad in Madrid, Spain with the Viterbi Overseas Program! I will spend 7 weeks in this amazing Spanish city taking classes with Viterbi faculty and roughly 30 fellow Viterbi students, including fellow VSA Gavin. I’ve only been overseas once before, and that was a school trip to …

More Than “Study Abroad”

kristen-2012 Abroad, Uncategorized Leave a Comment

Over the past couple of weeks I’ve gotten the chance to meet a lot of wonderful admitted students who have come to campus for Explore USC. One of the questions I’ve gotten a lot has been, “Is it possible for engineering students to study abroad at USC?” Of course, the answer to this is very clearly “yes!” Engineering students can …

Viterbi Memories: Study Abroad

gordy Abroad, Uncategorized 1 Comment

Classic Sunday. When it’s time to return my focus from weekend glories to weekday productivity, I can’t help but get a little wistful. I’m feeling nostalgia for my experiences in Rome in the Viterbi Study Abroad program! To set the scene: ~35 Viterbi students, several Viterbi professors and administrators, and 7 weeks in the eternal city, Rome. Firstly, I got to …