Sophie Ruscica, a graduate management student from Grenoble EM, talks about her experiences at University of Florida.
Located in Gainesville, the UF campus welcomes more than 50,000 students. The International Business program is very rich and colorful including teamwork, case studies, readings, etc.. It offers students the opportunity to develop in class and off class skills required to succeed in an international working environment.
Photos and text by Sophie Ruscica
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Iris, Illuminated: “Not only has studying abroad allowed me to experience a completely new culture and explore new terrain, it has also enlightened me as to how the rest of the world might view something as complicated as my home, the United States.”
Bucket List Publications: “The Everglades Safari is the only full-day, guided eco-tour of the majestic Everglades. Each part of the tour is designed to explore the four main ecosystems”
Textbooks and Passports: “The 21-year-old from Laverstoke, Hampshire, explains why he decided to pursue his studies in the States: “I was looking for a new experience after having grown a bit bored of the UK education system. I’d always loved visiting America so I thought it was a natural choice.”
AGU Global: “Chinese girl from Xi’an willfully whisked away from the reflective windows and skyscrapers that seem to stretch beyond the clouds in an escape from the non-stop action of New York City, to the windy plains of Oklahoma to experience Christmas in the US.”
Textbooks and Passports: “British students are en route to set a new record for studying in the United States this and next academic years. New figures suggest that they will outnumber the record 9,000 of UK students who enrolled into US universities last year.”
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