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Leadership is like singing — some can be born with the natural ability, but most need to work on it in order to become great. When Maddie Hayes thinks of a great leader, it's someone that stands out from the crowd and makes decisions for the better of everyone else instead of just themselves.

After traveling thousands of miles, you are finally a Sun Devil in the W. P. Carey School of Business! It is so brave of you to leave home alone and start your new college life abroad. Here are some tips to help you thrive, from fellow international student Yuwei Zhao.

There’s nothing quite like an ASU football game. The thunderous roar of fans, everyone decked out in gold, maroon, black, or white to show their support for our school. Rambunctious cheering for the Sun Devils as they charge onto the field. The sparkling fireworks, the smoke, and the energy.

For business student Melissa Brandle, being abroad in Spain was full of incredible sights and experiences. Above all, the people she met made all the difference.

Building relationships, both professional and academic, is essential to opening more doors for opportunities. Luckily for international business students there are many opportunities to get involved and build a solid network at ASU's W. P. Carey School of Business.