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Italy : Reviews (Rome)

The following program review responses have been selected for publication by Study Abroad & Global Engagement
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Morgan A Mitchell, Summer 2017 Participant
I don't think I can choose just one thing about studying abroad in Rome as my favorite. However, I loved traveling with Professor Rose because she knows so much about Italy and its culture. She would suggest authentic restaurants to try and the hidden gems of the city.


Katherine A Staab, Summer 2017 Participant
My favorite part of the program was being able to learn in small group of students with the same interests and major as me.


Aubrey J Goscha, Summer 2018 Participant
My favorite part of this program was getting to experience a whole new side of branding and what it means to brand in another culture. I also liked the way the class was set up- a lot of it was in the streets of Rome exploring a new culture.


Summer 2019 Participant
My favorite part of the "Creativity and Culture in Rome, Italy" program was the flexibility we had day to day and during our free weekends. It allowed me to visit beautiful monuments, the beach, and other amazing cities! I am very grateful for Dr. Rose, she gave us the BEST advice on where to go, what to eat, etc.


Summer 2019 Participant
I loved being able to immerse myself fully into the Italian culture. The program was the perfect length to be able to do just that. It was great to have a group of people from home to go on this journey with. Our instructors were patient, understanding and were always there to lend a helping hand.


Summer 2018 Participant
The most rewarding part of this program was gaining a better global perspective and understanding on how I can apply my degree to my future career.


Summer 2019 Participant
Our final project and essay allowed me to step outside of my comfort zone. We had to talk to local Italians and I spoke to some of the nicest people I've ever met that week. I'm glad I got a true sense of what it's like to live in Rome.


Audrey A Phillips, Summer 2018 Participant
I learned that even though the culture shock is real, you should just go for it. Getting out of my comfort zone was the hardest thing for me, but in the end I knew more about myself and the culture I was in.