Members of Team Belgium are among the more than 1000 current and former NCAA college athletes who will be competing in the Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympic Games.
What is an LL.M. degree, and why might a foreign-trained lawyer be interested in an LL.M. from an American law school? In today’s spotlight blog post, we’re talking about the experience of pursuing an LL.M. — or master of laws — degree from a law school in the United States.
An Interview with Yousra Boulal By EducationUSA Adviser Elisabeth Bloxam Belgian student Yousra Boulal had never been to the United States before she traveled to Boulder, Colorado, as a 2019 EducationUSA Academy Scholar. “I had so many expectations … but at the same time I didn’t really know what to expect!” Yousra’s month in Colorado […]
An Interview with Emma Runacres By EducationUSA Adviser Elisabeth Bloxam The American South is known for its hospitality: the friendly, welcoming attitude with which Southerners greet visitors. When Belgian student Emma Runacres traveled to Georgia as the recipient of a 2019 EducationUSA Academy Scholarship, she discovered this Southern hospitality firsthand. “I would never describe Belgium […]
When Belgian students dream of studying in the United States, many imagine the bright lights of New York City. But New York is more than the Big Apple. Just ask Clara Tshiamanga, who spent part of her summer in Syracuse, a college town in New York state that is closer to Canada than NYC!