Hey brothers! I first want to start with how grateful I am for this organization that is so heavily focused on cultivating global leaders through the form of study abroad, because this adventure has been absolutely incredible. I have met so many amazing people from around the world, and have been able to learn about their experiences up until this point. Even though you start this adventure alone, you get to meet so many different people who also started where you were when you stepped off the plane. Since I landed in Germany on January 3rd, I feel like I have not been able to sit still. I attended my first Füßball game in Germany, where I was able to see Borussia Dortmund play. The atmosphere was insane, and it definitely gave Willy B a challenge. I then ventured to Brussels, Belgium where we explored the beautiful city and got to tour European Parliament. Other than that, this first month abroad has really been learning more about the country and culture of Germany by touring castles (since there is a castle about every 5 miles), learning the beauty of the train system here, admiring the beauty of the Rhine, and of course tasting all of the beer. Don't worry, I've also been attending class. The classes here are amazing, and are taught by some of the most renowned business people. Class itself is honestly a great networking opportunity. I am really looking forward to these next three months of travel, school, and having the best time of my life. I really miss every single one of you, but adventure calls. Best of luck this semester, and I look forward to seeing you all in May!
- AJ Guffey
SOU Bros Abroad
This blog serves to highlight the experiences and tips that Brothers studying abroad have.