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Submitted by Rose Gerdes - Minnesota State Mankato | November 16, 2016
Sorrento is the perfect place to go for a relaxed Mediterranean experience. Locals are welcoming and friendly, and Sorrento is big enough to be exciting, without being overwhelming. Sant'Anna staff is extremely helpful, and do everything possible to help you have the best experience. Class sizes are small and the classes are interesting, and give insight into the history of the area.
Program: Study in Sorrento, Italy with ASA
Cusco study abroad
Submitted by Braden - Northeastern University | September 28, 2016
I had a great experience in Cusco, I learned Spanish and was successfully immersed into Peruvian culture and society. It was a great experience, but their extremely religious culture can be difficult to adapt to at times. Especially their hostilities to LGBT people.
Program: Study in Cuzco, Peru with ASA
Sam's ASA Florence review
Submitted by scollinsworth - University of South Carolina | September 27, 2016
I had an absolutely incredible time in Italy. ASA did a great job of giving me all the tools I needed to enjoy Italy to the fullest. The site director, Chiara, was incredibly nice and helpful in everything from help with academics to how to travel around the country to where the best places to eat and hangout were. She even took us on tours and out to dinner. The ASA excursion to Cinque Terre was great - the little towns were beautiful and it was nice to have a planned out trip somewhere. With classes only being Monday through Thursday, I was able to take trips to many different cities in Italy on the weekends, and was able to see all the major cities and landmarks in my month abroad. Overall it was a great experience that I would recommend.
Program: Study in Florence with ASA
Life changing experience
Submitted by kaylad35 - University of New Hampshire | September 12, 2016
Picking ASA's study abroad program in Aix en Provence was one of the best decisions I could have made. The area was absolutely beautiful and all the people were so friendly. My home stay was welcoming and willing to help me learn. With this trip I made amazing friendships and I also gained inspiration to continue learning about the culture and about myself.
Aix-en-Provence summer program
Submitted by kgnelson - University of Minnesota Duluth | September 12, 2016
It was a very smooth process and they were very accommodating. It was a beautiful city and a nice university, especially since there were classes in English, which made more classes available to take.