There are many courses to chose from. It's also worthwile to attend courses that are not applicable to your study but can be seen as interesting to follow on the side. Some courses were to easy for me. Overall the teachers are very helpful and kind. Also the American students like to talk to Europeans, at least from my experience. Then again, I am also a social person that walked up to Americans myself, as most of the time they walk out of classes in a rush.
I had the best time of my life there! Not only cause of the beautiful city that San Francisco is, but also due to all the great friends4life that I have met during my stay. If you want to get to know the Americans well, you'd have to take the initiative! Another option which I'd highly recommend is to join the IEEC (International Education Exchange Council) to meet more international/local students and to be more involved, for instance in the social activities.
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