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.
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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.
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- Read about Julianna's time in Quito before her program ends tomorrow! Learn more about Julianna's program and how y… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… 13 hours ago
- Congrats to the two Indiana University students who received the Summer '19 Gilman Scholarship! Summer and Fall app… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… 1 week ago