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  • University of Kansas
  • Fall 2018

Living out of a Suitcase 101 10/15/18

Buon Giorno! After arriving in Paderno del Grappa just a few short weeks ago, it became obvious that I had success and failure in packing. To start, when I checked into my flight, my luggage was 26 pounds overweight. My mom and I had to go through all my things at the check in counter, […]

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  • Kate
  • University of Iowa
  • Fall 2018

Beginnings Start with Goodbye 10/02/18

I’ll be the first person to admit I thought I was completely ready to take the plunge into a three-month excursion in Europe. I prepared all my documents, packed all my bags, and made the rounds to all my favorite people to tell them goodbye before starting this brand-new chapter. I’ve always been a planner, […]

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  • Katelyn
  • University of Iowa
  • Summer 2018

CIMBA Reflection 06/25/18

Studying abroad was one of the best decisions I have ever made – no joke. Being abroad in Italy for a month was such an amazing and unique experience. I met so many new people, traveled to beautiful places, ate delicious food, and got lots of school work done! I loved being a part of […]

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  • Raleigh
  • University of Arkansas
  • Summer 2018

The Secrets to Pizza Making 06/20/18

            “Do you know what the two secret ingredients to pizza making are?” Saverio, our lovely pizza man asked us as we stood watching during the pizza making excursion. We all guessed various things such as the salt or the heath but in the end, our old pizzaman gave us a wonderful answer. In a […]

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  • Katelyn
  • University of Iowa
  • Summer 2018

Traveling around Rome 06/20/18

I loved visiting Rome, but there were a few things that I wish I would have known before traveling around the city. Rome has so many amazing places to visit, so being able to easily get around the city is essential to having the best experience possible.   First and foremost, I wish I would have had more knowledge on was transportation around the city. […]

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  • Raleigh
  • University of Arkansas
  • Summer 2018

Paderno Del Grappa: small, quiet, and full of hiding treasures. 06/06/18

A lot of people when they choose to study abroad in Italy chose the big cities like Florence or Rome. These towns are filled with the hustle and bustle of tourism and shine with what everyone thinks of Italy as. Paderno, on the other hand, offers a much different experience, one I have truly grown […]

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  • Katelyn
  • University of Iowa
  • Summer 2018

Travel Tips 06/04/18

One of my favorite parts of CIMBA is the long weekends that we get to travel around Italy or other countries in Europe. I have used my travel weekends to visit Venice, Rome, Florence, Pisa, and Elba Island – all beautiful and amazing places. After spending three weekends traveling around Italy, I have learned some useful information that […]

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  • Kennedy
  • University of Iowa
  • Summer 2018

What in Croatia?? 06/04/18

CIMBA gives students the opportunity to travel to different parts of Europe (or the world, go big or go home right?) at the end of every week. It’s a great deal because we gain an educational experience in a new part of the world, in addition to having the chance to travel anywhere we would […]

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  • Western Michigan University
  • Summer 2018

Interactive Classes 06/04/18

Ciao! Another week has gone by and I can’t believe how fast it is going. The adjustment to block scheduling is now secure and classes are well underway. As a junior, who has taken many classes thus far, I was curious how they were going to fit a college level course into four weeks. I […]

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  • Raleigh
  • University of Arkansas
  • Summer 2018

Cinque Terre- A must 06/04/18

            The first travel weekend is down and I could not be more pleased with how it went. Your first travel weekend at CIMBA is the shortest of the three. Instead of four days, you have three. Being the travel enthusiast I am I had a hard time deciding where I wanted to go. I […]

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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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