Tag Result For: Abroad

  • West Virginia University
  • 2023 Spring

Starting off My Study Abroad Journey 01/17/23

My name is Kristin Kelly and I am a sophomore studying at West Virginia University. I always knew that I wanted to study abroad. I thought being immersed in a new world be a once-in-a-lifetime experience. When I first heard about CIMBA, I was intrigued. Once I did more research, I had my eyes set […]

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  • University of Iowa
  • 2022 Fall

Benefits of Learning International Topics While Abroad 11/08/22

On the surface, one the primary benefits of studying abroad is having the opportunity to travel the world and explore new places with similarly minded friends. However, I’ve personally received just as much, if not more, satisfaction from being able to learn international topics in a foreign setting. In my three primary courses (Italy Live, […]

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  • Furman University
  • 2022 Fall

Eating Isn’t Just For Your Stomach 11/07/22

If you’ve found the CIMBA Blogs, then you’ve read about the Aggiungi un Posta a Tavola (Add a Seat to the Table) program. Life and food at the Istituto Filippin are grand, but the newness wears off after a few weeks. Comfort and love in home cooked food doesn’t find its way to the spice […]

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  • Furman University
  • 2022 Fall

Viva La Travel Weekend 10/12/22

The schedule at CIMBA allots two travel weekends and a travel week during the semester program. For the first of these travel weekends, my friends and I decided to go to Naples, Pompeii, Sorrento, Positano and explore the Amalfi Coast. To see each of these places, we had to hop from train to train to […]

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  • University of Iowa
  • 2022 Fall

Tennis, Football, and Football in London 10/10/22

This past weekend, us CIMBA students had an extended travel weekend to explore Europe and while some students headed south for exotic weather and natural beauty, I chose to spend my time in London (which is known for none of that). However, what London lacks in sunny, 80 degree days and ocean side views, it […]

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  • University of Iowa
  • 2022 Fall

First Weekend Trip Do’s & Don’ts 09/26/22

Ciao! It’s been just over one week since our student cohort arrived here in Paderno del Grappa and I still can’t get over how gorgeous this campus is… We’ve all stayed extremely busy, as our time’s been filled with fun teambuilding activities, interactive problem solving/decision making classes, and late-night trip planning sessions where the craziest […]

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  • Furman University
  • 2022 Fall

The Strange Happenings of Venice 09/26/22

Venice. The city on the lagoon. Since its settlement in the seventh century, the city has been enthralled in countless mysteries, happenings, and strange occurrences. Millions upon millions venture to this city each year to explore the labyrinth of canals, bridges, and alleyways. I, along with six other CIMBA students, chose Venice as our first […]

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  • University of Iowa
  • 2022 Fall

My Two-and-a-Half-Year Journey to CIMBA 09/11/22

March 12th, 2020 – My Introduction to Marketing Strategy discussion section was wrapping up in the early afternoon and I gathered my things to head down the hall to my academic advisor’s office. I was approaching the dreaded midterms season of my fourth semester at the University of Iowa but always looked forward to planning […]

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  • Furman University
  • 2022 Fall

How to Pack, According to a Master Procrastinator 09/06/22

Ciao! If you’re like me, you sometimes procrastinate when given projects, reading, research, or other assignments. You may put off learning Italian until three weeks before you spend three months in the country itself. Before my first international trip, I do not want to make room for mistakes. To pack correctly and make the most […]

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  • University of Arkansas
  • Summer 2022

A Love Letter to CIMBA 07/01/22

5 weeks, 4 countries, 3 suitcases, 2 missed trains, and 1 canceled flight later… I’m home. However, this time home is not my tiny, little dorm room at CIMBA; it’s Fayetteville, Arkansas. It only took a few weeks for CIMBA to begin feeling like home. After every travel weekend, I’d be so eager to come […]

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