International Student Blogs

We are pleased to introduce a new series of blogs written by current MiraCosta students for students around the world. 
These blogs are written through the eyes of students. Jump in and introduce yourself and tell us what you want to hear.

Blogger Annie

Annie from China

Hello everyone! My nam is Xu, but you can call me Annie which may be easier for you to pronounce. I am from KaiFeng, China. I have been in California about 1 year. First I studied at Kaplan International Language School in downtown San Diego then came to MiraCosta College, which is an amazing school with friendly students and staff. If you have any questions about MiraCosta, you can ask me!

Maiko blogger

Maiko from Japan

Hi! My name is Maiko. I am an international student from Tokyo, Japan. I have been in America for 2 years. This is my second year at MiraCosta studying business administration. I like dancing, skiing, watching movies, and going to the beach with my friends.

Sam Blogger

Serdar from Turkmenistan

Hi there, my name is Serdar and I am from Turkmenistan (Republic of the Former Sovient Union). You can call me Sam as it will be easier to communicate. This is my second year at MiraCosta. After completing my studies here, I plan to transfer to a CSU which means a California State University. If someone has any questions regarding the college, feel free to write to me. I can also write in Russian if you prefer to communicate.

Sarah blogger

Sarah from Germany

Hi students of the world! My name is Sarah and I'm from Germany. I've been studying business administration for three semesters and love it! Southern California is one of the best places to live and study. Ready my blog and find out why you should enroll at MiraCosta College.


Previous Bloggers

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Mary's blog

Hello, my name is Jingru Yang, and Mary is the English name I started using since the 3rd grade. I am originally from Xi'an, China, which in my mind is a very historical city with modern inventions. I have been in America for three years. I started as an exchange high school student and stayed in New Mexico. I decided to finish my high school year in Pennsylvania. Currently, I am completing my Sophomore year at MiraCosta College and study Economics. Coming from a foreign country, I have been through many challenges and difficulties such as language weakness, financial issues, transportation, and so on. I would be very glad to answer and help any of you who have questions about studying in the United States.

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Jenny's blog

Hello everyone! My name is Evgeniya or you can call me Jenny. This is my 3rd year being an international student at MiraCosta College. I am from Novosibirsk, Russia. I have been living in the US for 3 years now. Before transferring to MiraCosta College, I finished high school in Minneapolis, Minnesota. I am majoring in International Business. A little bit about my hobbies - I love snowboarding and everything related to winter sports. Going to the beautiful beach in California is another favorite hobby.

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Mari's blog

Oi! My name is Marília, but you can call me Mari. I was born and raised in Brazil, and moved to the U.S in 2010. I've lived in Seattle, Virginia, Washington D.C., and now I'm settled in wonderful sunny SoCal. I enjoy to read, go to the beach, have movie nights with my friends, and Skype with family in Brazil. My major is Psychology and currently I'm on my second semester at MiraCosta!


Cat's blog

Hello welcome to my blog in English and Vietnamese. My name is Cat Tuong Le. I am now starting my sophomore year in MiraCosta College. I was born and bred in Hue city, an ancient capital of Vietnam. Going to MiraCosta to study Accounting is a whole new adventure for me. I hope to transfer to SDSU next year to get a bachelor's degree in Accounting.


Nattamon's blog

Sa-wa-dee-ka, Hello, My name is Nattamon. You can call me NATTY.... Can you guest what is my nationality? .... THAT RIGHT. I am from Thailand which means I love spicy food. I am very interested in the English language because in my country who speaks, reads, and writes English fluently is considered very smart. I have been studying in Mira Costa College for the last two years.


Andrii's blog

Hi my name is Andrii (18 years old), I'm an international student from Ukraine. I'm majoring in finance and planning to transfer to Baruch College in New York. I like reading books, my favorite genre is mystery. My passion is skiing, traveling and movie theaters.


PinHsi's blog
Aloha! My name is PinHsi, pronounce like "sushi" but change the "su" to "pin." I was born and raised in Taipei until the age of 12 then my family moved from Taipei to Shanghai. I graduated from a local junior high school in Shanghai and experienced the traditional strict Asian education system for 3 years.

Seung Seung Ae's Blog
Hello, this is Seung Ae from South Korea. "Sing Sing" is my nickname which means fresh in Korean. Or it could be sing like the verb in English, Or could be Star in Chinese. I have been at MiraCosta about one year. My major is Environmental Economic and Policy and I'm trying to transfer to UC Berkeley.
Ryu Sato's Blog
Hello! I am Ryu from Japan. I have been here MiraCosta College for one year and like traveling. San Francisco, Hollywood, Las Vegas! There are many places I have traveled. I have many treasures to share about life at MiraCosta. 
Maria Rendon's Blog
"Kumusta! That means "How are you" in Tagalog. My name is Maria and I was born in the Philippines but grew up in southern California. I've been at MiraCosta about a year and a half now and I love it because of the diversity. I'm a History major and hope to have my own museum one day. I love making new friends so I hope to meet you all soon!"


Susi's blog
Welcome! My name is Susi. I am an international student from Germany and I have spent three great semesters at MiraCosta College now. My major is Hospitality & Tourism Management and I hope to transfer to San Diego State University. I love to travel and to meet people from all over the world!

gs are written through the eyes of students. Jump in and introduce yourself and tell us what you want to hear.