Episode 2: From Europe to Texas A&M
Throughout our lives, especially as young adults, we are faced by constant change and uncertainty of what the future holds. Moving from Europe to the US for college education is a decision that can be both exciting and overwhelming all at once. It is a big step, but it can also be the experience of a lifetime.
Many college students, from the United States and all over the world, often day-dream about the experience of studying abroad in Europe. This being said, it will be interesting to explore this POV from young adults that left their lives in Europe to come find their American Dream. So, don’t miss out in this episode as we dive deep into this topic and more here at Aggie International Talk.
Meet our guests
Our first guest is Pierre Louis Carminati, a Master student from France. He graduated from EM Strasbourg Business School for his undergraduate. Shortly after working for a bank for a few months, he quickly realized he wants to pursue a career in the United States. He moved to College Station, not knowing what to expect, drawn by the prestige of Mays Business School and the possibilities getting a degree from Texas A&M could offer to his career. As of right now, he is navigating the job searching process and looking to stay and work in the US after he finishes his Master in Finance.
Lastly, Alex Garriga, from Barcelona, Spain, is doing a Master in Communications. He moved to College Station in 2021. Alex was originally only staying for one year as an exchange student and ended up staying longer here at Texas A&M as is hoping to find a job here in the US and stay close to the area.
Where to find us
Episodes come out April 28th on Spotify- AGCJ366: Podcasts for Aggies or at our website here.