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  • Sarah Pimentel on UMD-Summer: Iceland (ENME)

    "I used to think that studying abroad was so out of reach for me. It was never even a possibility in my mind until I saw a poster for this trip and read more about it. It was perfect as it was a short term summer course, meaning it wasn't a commitment of a whole fall or spring semester, which I really liked."

  • Dan Moscatiello semester on Maryland-in-Rome

    "The sheer number of options available to students makes it so easy to find the best fit for you, whether it be a semester term or even a shorter trip in the winter or summer; there literally is something for everyone!"

  • Vivien Zhu's exchange with WHU Otto Beisheim School of Management

    "Studying abroad, I've learned how important it is to stay flexible. Sometimes that simply means being willing to go on spontaneous hikes with your newfound friends. In more dire situations, it means rolling with the punches when your trains are late and you've missed your flight."

  • Jazlyn Olivera's exchange semester at Keio University

    Leaving the US to go study abroad in Japan was exhilarating because it was the first time I was alone and without any relatives nearby.

  • Ivy Li's summer internship in New Zealand

    "By being on my own in a new country, my communication skills, adaptability, and time management grew exponentially. Similarly, by being able to work at a comprehensive internship, I honed my hard skills in various computer programs."

  • John Meyers on UMD-Summer: Czech Republic​ (ENCE)

    "During this process, I learned that I could not simply apply the thought process about how to solve public problems with my American perspective. I needed to learn the needs and wants of Czech citizens, and how they would approach a similar problem."


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