Tag Result For: Cinque Terre

  • Kate
  • University of Iowa
  • Fall 2018

Why CIMBA? 11/14/18

I’ve known for years that I wanted to study abroad when I was an undergraduate student. Though I hadn’t decided exactly where, I always imagined myself in Europe. After many visits to the study abroad office and extensive research on the different programs, I decided CIMBA was the best possible program available for business students. […]

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  • Kate
  • University of Iowa
  • Fall 2018

Change is a Good Thing 11/06/18

Most students who decide to take the leap into an entirely new country and culture would agree that change is a good thing. As the semester surges forward, the confidence, growth, and cultural understanding becomes more evident in every individual at CIMBA. We have just completed the first travel weekend, and everyone was ecstatic to […]

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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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  • Megan
  • Western Michigan University
  • 2016 Summer

CIMBA Relationships are Second to None 06/07/16

As soon as you arrive on campus at CIMBA, you will immediately begin to create relationships. The staff at the school, who are often not even related to the CIMBA program, want to help. Your peers, who are just as excited and nervous as you, want to help. The community, for example the store owners across […]

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  • Drew
  • The University of Iowa
  • 2015 Fall

How to Balance American Sports Teams While Studying Abroad 11/02/15

If you’re a sports junkie like me, you know how much you love your American sports. So while you’re abroad, how are you going to feed your addiction?  I’ll get more into that later, but first, I’ll commence the weekly update on my life. I spent this weekend in the beautiful string of Italian villages […]

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  • Kayla
  • University of Kansas
  • 2015 Summer

5 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Study Abroad 07/06/15

My time abroad has come to an end and I am back safely in the United States. I haven’t quite made it home yet due to delayed/missed/re-routed/cancelled flights so as I write this I am lying on the floor of the Philadelphia airport hoping that the storm occurring outside doesn’t prolong my 24-hours -and counting-0f […]

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  • Kayla
  • University of Kansas
  • 2015 Summer

Adventure Is Out There 05/26/15

Ciao from Italy! I made it safely to Paderno del Grappa and am enjoying the beauty of Northern Italy. I have been here just shy of a week and have already done and seen so many things. One thing that really surprised me was the travel opportunities offered by the CIMBA program. Previously, I had […]

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  • Elizabeth
  • University of Iowa
  • 2015 Summer

Five Things You Didn’t Know About Traveling When Studying Abroad 05/25/15

Salve! Studying abroad in Paderno del Grappa, Italy through the CIMBA program has been an amazing experience so far. This past weekend was our first to travel on our own so most took the opportunity to explore various places in Italy and a few took time to travel to other countries. I learned a lot […]

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  • Jacob
  • University of Kansas
  • 2015 Summer

Challenging Yourself 05/25/15

On our first night in Paderno del Grappa, Dr. Al Ringleb, the director of the CIMBA program, shared exactly what he hoped would happen to the students studying here and it wasn’t quite what we were expecting. Dr. Ringleb wants us to “go to the wrong station, get on the wrong train, go in the […]

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  • Katherine
  • University of Arkansas
  • 2015 Summer

Arkansas to Italy 05/11/15

Passport- check Plane tickets- check Packing- in progress Disbelief that I am about to leave for Italy in a week- check  These are the final weeks at home before I trade southern accents for Italian ones, burgers for bruschetta, and hellos for ciaos. The fact that my dream of studying abroad is about to become […]

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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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