University of Zaragoza: Zaragoza - Direct Enrollment & Exchange

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The University of Zaragoza considers internationalization as a guarantee of quality and international commitment is embodied through programs (internal and external) mobility of students, teachers, researchers and administrative staff and services... read more

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It was most definitely worthwhile. I learned to live 100% independently. I learned that there is so much more to the world than just Oklahoma. I learned that there is so much to see! & the culture and people are absolutely amazing. I learned more about myself as to what I like and dislike. I learned that I missed so much from th... - Oklahoma State University - Stillwater View Entire Review
Past Review Amazing
yes, my language skills greatly increased - Valparaiso University View Entire Review
I think it was amazing I grew in my self confidence because its something you need to have here to interact with the people, especially when in addition to not knowing anyone, you don't know the language, it can cost some people a lot to try and talk to others. but once you do you make great friends and you know, its really not... - Oklahoma State University - Stillwater View Entire Review
It was definitely worthwhile. I made new friends from all over Europe, improved my Spanish, and became a lot more independent. - Centre College View Entire Review
Past Review Time Of My Life!
I gained confidence, independence, and language skills to name a few things. It was definitely worthwhile and I'd choose to do it all over again. - Oklahoma State University - Stillwater View Entire Review
Past Review Excellent.
It was definitely worthwhile. I didn't gain a lot of tangible things from this trip. It was more how it grew me as a person and how it made me so much more confident. - Valparaiso University View Entire Review

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The University of Zaragoza considers internationalization as a guarantee of quality and international commitment is embodied through programs (internal and external) mobility of students, teachers, researchers and administrative staff and services; double degree programs; bilateral and multilateral agreements; research projects and projects of university cooperation for development in the five continents
It has about 1,700 bilateral agreements with institutions around the world. Approximately 3.7% of the students who attend daily classes in it come from mobility programs / Exchange. About 150 of our teachers held annually teacher stays in European universities

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