Nearly six months ago, I announced to my family and friends that I had been accepted to IU’s summer program in Florence, Italy. Upon making the decision to go abroad, I received an influx of comments about the things I would see, the people I would meet and travel with, and that amount that my Italian language skills would increase. Prior to my departure I did a lot of listening to all things Italy-related, as well as to opinions and suggestions regarding study abroad opportunities and the experience of traveling.
Indiana University Overseas Study
IU's Office of Overseas Study helps more than 2,500 students earn IU credit by exploring educational opportunities in 40 countries and in 17 languages each year.
Blog Post Archive
- Recent IU graduate Sarah Eiden sat down for a chat with The Study Abroadcast. Sarah touches on her time in Bologna,… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… 4 days ago
- RT @IUBloomington: An IU education can take you anywhere, even to the Great Wall of China. 🇨🇳 #IUisEverywhere https://t.co/qNMsrLwM1W 1 week ago