That time fast approaches…

In just 3 short weeks, Fall 2011 SU Londoners, many of you will board a Heathrow-bound flight to begin what will surely be one of the most memorable and rewarding experiences of your student career. Studying abroad is a tremendous opportunity to explore other cultures, step out of your comfort zone, and build up skills and experiences that will remain with you throughout your life.

As your summer ends and you start to think about how you will adjust to London life in a few weeks, know that you already have many SU London resources available to you online:

  • Bookmark and read through this blog for information and tips on London events, Faraday House news, academic deadlines and more
  • Browse through our main website, sulondon.syr.edu, for a plethora of information on everything from housing to academic support to field trips
  • Follow SU London on Facebook and Twitter now, so when you’re here, you’re ready to recieve the latest info and alerts from the SU London staff
  • Get in touch with Faraday House staff members with any specific questions or concerns that you have — we are here to ensure you get the most out of your London experience!

We’re looking forward to meeting you all very soon! After doing this for many years, we can say with conviction that the next few weeks will fly by, and the few London-months after that will go even faster. Come with an open mind, an eager appetite, and ready to make the most of your semester abroad!

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About Peter Bjork

Web-guy for the Syracuse University London Program
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