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Study Abroad Programs

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Semester Study Abroad Programs

Argentina

Buenos Aires (Belgrano University)

Chile

Viña del Mar (University of Adolfo Ibáñez)

Japan

Osaka (Kansai Gaidai University)

Tokyo (Meiji Gakuin University)

 

Summer Study Abroad Programs

Costa Rica

Heredia

Ecuador

Quito (Universidad de Las Américas)

France

Rennes and Vannes

Germany

Munich

Italy

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  • SAN MARCOS, Tx. — Sarah Pressler, a senior public administration major at Texas State University is one of more than 250 American undergraduate students from 154 colleges and universities across the U.S. selected to receive the prestigious Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship, sponsored by the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs to study abroad. Pressler will study abroad in Italy with Dr. Di Mauro-Jackson this summer. “My career goal is to ultimately work in administrative law,” she said. “Studying in Florence is a dream come true, as Italy is the very seat of law as we know it today. Just experiencing the Italian way of life will give me a deeper understanding and perspective on the foundations of our current legal system. And beginning to learn the Italian language will serve as a solid starting place for future studies. There's no better place to learn a language than while immersed in the respective culture.”

    Photo of Ms. Sarah Pressler

Amalfi Coast

Japan

Nagoya

Spain

Valladolid

Summer Session I

Cuenca

Summer Session II

Taiwan

GOLE Virtual Study Abroad Program Taiwan-China to learn Chinese language intensively in July 2022:

  1. You can choose 2 Chinese-language courses (all levels). Chinese classes meet M-F in the morning in the month of July.
  2. You get credit for studying abroad.
  3. You pay only the cost of regular summer classes at Texas State.
  4. You have evening exchanges with Chinese or Taiwanese people to practice Chinese, and synchronous online guided visits to temples, markets and other places of interest in Taiwan and China (M-Th one hour in the evening).
  5. All these courses have a Service-Learning component.

Questions? Email Dr. Schiaffini-Vedani: p_s139@txstate.edu

Register here: https://txstate-sa.terradotta.com/index.cfm?FuseAction=Programs.ViewProgramAngular&id=37762