Category - Study Abroad

University of Rochester

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Short-Term Study Abroad: The Center for Education Abroad’s Hidden Gem
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Getting Ready to Study Abroad
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Summer Study Abroad 2019: Writing in London!
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My Summer Abroad in China
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Studying Abroad in the Land Down Under
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Study Abroad in the Humanities!
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3 Things I’m Glad I Did While at Rochester
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Visit Italy over Spring Break, Study Latin Epigraphy!
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Modern Languages and Cultures Spotlight: Russian Studies
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Modern Languages and Cultures Spotlight: The Romance Languages

Short-Term Study Abroad: The Center for Education Abroad’s Hidden Gem

By: Emily Tworek, Class of 2020 Studying abroad is a huge part of the Rochester experience for many students: being able to go abroad in all but two semesters, programs around the world taught by Rochester faculty or with partner institutions, and a strong base of alumni who have already gone abroad are huge factors[…]

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Getting Ready to Study Abroad

Did you know that about 25% of Rochester undergraduates study abroad? Next semester, I’m studying abroad in Copenhagen, which I am extraordinarily excited for. Deciding where to study abroad, applying, and preparing to leave has been nearly a year in the making. Here are some things I’ve been working on to get ready to spend[…]

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Summer Study Abroad 2019: Writing in London!

Considering studying abroad? To put it simply: do it! I spent my summer studying abroad in London, and I not only learned about my study abroad course (“Media, Gender, and Identity”), but I also learned so much about the social customs, foods, and history about London. A study abroad program in the summer is a[…]

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My Summer Abroad in China

The University of Rochester offers students funding for select summer research through the Discover Grant sponsored by the UR Fellowships Office. I was fortunate enough to receive a grant for my ethnographic research project in Beijing, China. My project sought to analyze the conceptualization of race and ethnicity in China, both American notions of race[…]

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Studying Abroad in the Land Down Under

Hi, everyone! In case you have been wondering why I’ve been M.I.A. this past spring, I was on exchange at the University of Sydney in Australia! It has been an absolutely amazing experience, and I can’t wait to share my favorite things about it with you.  Watching opera at the Sydney Opera House Ever since[…]

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Study Abroad in the Humanities!

by Sara Kowalski, Class of 2017, Humanities Fellow One of the most amazing experiences you can have as a humanities major is studying abroad (and that’s saying a lot considering the many amazing experiences you will encounter being a humanities major at Rochester!). The flexible Rochester curriculum and wealth of Rochester-sponsored programs makes it easy—not[…]

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3 Things I’m Glad I Did While at Rochester

Graduation is around the corner for me (still can’t believe it), and out of nostalgia, anxiety for the future, and lots of love for Rochester, I thought I would look back on three things I’m glad I did during my undergrad years at Rochester. 1. Study abroad. During the spring semester of my junior year,[…]

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Visit Italy over Spring Break, Study Latin Epigraphy!

For my spring break this year, I decided to visit Rome, Italy. This was possible by taking a two-credit class studying Latin epigraphy through the Department of Religion & Classics here at Rochester. Latin epigraphy can be found all over Italy and especially Rome, as it is nothing but the chiseling, painting, and perhaps encasing,[…]

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Modern Languages and Cultures Spotlight: Russian Studies

by Sara Kowalski, Class of 2017, Humanities Fellow Recently I’ve shared spotlights on Romance languages, Central European languages, and East Asian languages, and this week I’m exploring Russian studies! Here at Rochester, we have majors, minors, and clusters in both Russian and Russian studies. Russian spans both language and culture and counts as the humanities requirement. Russian studies[…]

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Modern Languages and Cultures Spotlight: The Romance Languages

by Sara Kowalski, Class of 2017, Humanities Fellow This month, I will write to you about the numerous language and cultural offerings here at Rochester! Each week will focus on a particular language family or group. For example, this week I’m going to tell you all about ways to study and appreciate the languages and[…]

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