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How to Study Abroad Like Everybody Else

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You've flipped through a number of program brochures, talked briefly with your study abroad advisor, and are starting to get a little excited about the possibility of studying abroad for a semester in college. Now's the time to choose where you'll go and daydream what it will be like to live independently in a foreign country.

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A Student's Perspective: Study Abroad in Florence and Siena, Italy

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Buon Giorno! To continue with our College Programming Series, we are featuring Andrea Aloe, who studied in Florence and Siena, Italy! Andrea is one of our participants who studied abroad specifically to learn the Italian language.

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Faculty Perspective: Study Abroad with Dr. Dave Louis

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As part of our College Programming Series, we are continuing to interview students as well as faculty who have participated in different kinds of college programs.

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A Student's Perspective: Study Abroad in Europe & Asia

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In the College Programming Series, we’ve featured athletics, Greek Life, first-generation programs and study abroad. We had a series in October around faculty-led studying abroad.

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U.S. Department of State Scholarships for American High School Students to Study Abroad

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Sixty-five full scholarships are available for U.S. students to study abroad for an academic year with the Kennedy-Lugar Youth Exchange and Study (YES) Abroad program.

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Studying Abroad in London? The Nitty Gritty

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My very first overseas assignment working in Study Abroad was a summer London program. Can I tell you, it was one of the best summers of my life? I loved the students, I love London. You can’t go wrong.

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