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Fighting Culture Shock in Italy

My mom always told me that studying abroad was the best thing she could have ever done during her time in college. Many Southern New Hampshire University students take the opportunity to study abroad across the world. The most popular country that Penmen go to is Italy. For some students studying abroad is the first time they experience life outside of their comfort zone.
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Sweden Study Abroad Relationship From on the Rocks to Ambitious Visions

At the beginning of the semester there were speculations about the future of the Study Abroad program at the University of Skövde in Skövde, Sweden for Game Design students. The major problem revolving the program was the lack of core classes that were available in English to SNHU students. Ed Brillant, the Game Design Coordinator, expressed the importance of being able to take major
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Spring Ahead with Study Abroad Madrid

Global citizenship: what is it? According to Stefano Parenti, director of the study abroad and exchange programs, global citizenship involves raising awareness of issues worldwide. Taking on social justice and assuming a greater sense of responsibility, opening new doors to different experiences and finding a sense of intellectual freedom. If this sounds like a dream come true, you may be interested in study abroad
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The Road to Sicily

During spring break of next year, many students will be participating in a variety of activities. For a few conscientious students, spring break grants them the opportunity to travel outside of the United States to the beautiful country of Italy. Between March 8 to the 17, students in Professor Andrea Bard’s Intercultural Communications course will be exploring the island of Sicily. The trip costs $2,690
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Embrace Japanese Culture Abroad

Japan offers an inspirational experience for students to study abroad in the city of Fukuoka. According to SNHU Study Abroad, "Seinan Gakuin University (SGU) is one of the top comprehensive universities in Fukuoka, Japan." This university is unique to the study abroad program as it teaches five courses in English. In 2016, Monocle, a London-based magazine, ranked the city as the 7th most livable
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Dedicated Faculty Within the Abroad Program

The Study Abroad Program at SNHU is composed of dedicated and passionate faculty eager to help students fulfill their goals and aspirations. Study Abroad Advisor, Scott Snyder works alongside Study Abroad Director, Stefano Parenti to help students expand their horizons and think on a global scale. As Study Abroad Advisor, Snyder is responsible for many aspects of the program. “I organize and attend the