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  • Kennedy
  • University of Iowa
  • Summer 2018

A Serious Case of the Raffreddore 05/17/18

Imagine this: you’re about to venture out into a brand new cultural experience full of great food, agriculture, people, and scenery and then BOOM. Your nostrils are suddenly stopped up, you cannot hold a conversation longer than 2 minutes without having a coughing attack, and your plane is leaving in less than 24 hours. Sounds…Manageable? […]

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  • Raleigh
  • University of Arkansas
  • Summer 2018

CIMBA: The Best Choice 05/17/18

     For so many years I had been looking forward to studying abroad in college. I love to travel and want to see anywhere and everywhere so I knew choosing a study abroad program might be difficult, but much to my surprise when I first heard about CIMBA I knew that was the one […]

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  • Western Michigan University
  • Summer 2018

Preparing to Study Abroad – Ticket & Travel Tips 05/14/18

In prepping for my very last minute decision to study abroad I learned some very interesting things I’d like to share with you. I had a hard time committing to studying abroad, or even believing it was possible, so I did the six month planning guide in the three months prior to leaving. Believe me, […]

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  • Katelyn
  • University of Iowa
  • Summer 2018

3 Reasons Why I Chose CIMBA 05/09/18

As this school year is coming to an end, I am becoming more and more excited to travel to Italy! I am really looking forward to all the amazing opportunities there are in Italy, like traveling to beautiful cities, visiting historic landmarks, and experiencing a new culture. This will be my first time studying abroad and being in […]

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  • John
  • University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
  • Spring 2018

5 Things I Wish I Knew Before Going Abroad 04/25/18

1. Learn un Po ‘di Italiano (a little Italian) Coming to Italy the only thing I knew about the Italian language was it was somewhat similar to Spanish. For me, I planned on taking the Italy Live class offered at CIMBA and I relied on that to survive with my communication in Italy. However, I really […]

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  • Chris
  • University of Nebraska - Lincoln
  • Spring 2018

The Myths and Virtues of Studying Abroad 04/23/18

The trope of a college student returning from their semester abroad filled to the brim with pretentious ideas and “authentic” pronunciations is well documented. Many students go abroad thinking that going to different countries and eating different foods will make them drastically more cultured and knowledgable, as though staring at the Colosseum is somehow able […]

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  • Peyton
  • Furman University
  • Spring 2018

What To Bring vs. Buy When Abroad 04/17/18

When preparing to go abroad this past semester, I had the chance to talk to people about everything from what to expect to what to do – from others who went abroad, who traveled to Europe, and even CIMBA alumni from my home university. However, there was one question I always asked, to which I never […]

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  • Chris
  • University of Nebraska - Lincoln
  • Spring 2018

Making a Pizza Pie 04/16/18

As my time at CIMBA begins to come to a close, there has been an increasing feeling of pressure to maximize my time left in Italy. Luckily for me, I have been able to do some really cool activities (like pizza-making) even during the school week because of my class schedule.   On Monday night, […]

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  • Karsyn
  • University of Iowa
  • Spring 2018

It’s more than “Just Studying Abroad” 04/13/18

As my time at CIMBA starts to drastically wind down, it is easy for me to reflect on the weeks that I have spent in Paderno del Grappa. It is funny to look back at my first night in Italy when I was jet lagged beyond belief but still made an effort to get to […]

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  • John
  • University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
  • Spring 2018

Expatriate Panel Recap 04/12/18

Last week we all had the opportunity to experience an interactive Ex-Patriate panel here on campus. An ex-pat is a person who lives outside their native country. We had 3 successful European business leaders come answer questions and give us, young aspiring undergraduates, advice on how to possibly get to where they are now (Ex-pat […]

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About CIMBA Italy

CIMBA (in English, pronounced chim – buh) offers dynamic, personal, and affordable study abroad, MBA, and executive programs in Paderno del Grappa at the base of the Italian Alps in Northern Italy—just an hour north of Venice.

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