Vanderbilt University: Aix-en-Provence - Vanderbilt Center

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The experience abroad was absolutely worthwhile. The people I met along the way were people I hope to stay in contact with the rest of my life and the experiences we shared together were both ridiculous and silly at times, but also incredibly meaningful. The only thing is that the program itself was the worst. - Vanderbilt University View Entire Review
Vanderbilt-in-France is definitely a worthwhile program! The professors are all so passionate about their work, and the coursework is definitely challenging. I feel that I was really able to improve my level of French, simply by being in class, having dinner with my host family, and spending a lot of time with the tutors. A stud... - Vanderbilt University View Entire Review
Past Review Aix Traordinay
Honestly, the program was not so good for me academically. I really value the level of ethic and work that comes from Barnard and that was lacking here. However, the social aspect of it all was an amazing experience and I learned so much about what I think of the world and about myself. Meeting up with Barnard girls in London in... - Barnard College View Entire Review
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My goal in studying abroad was to improve and gain a greater understanding of the French language; I definitely met my goals and had fun while I was abroad. - Barnard College View Entire Review
Although I'd taken French on and off through high school and college, the first time I felt like it would come back to me quickly, even if I hadn't been using it regularly, was after my semester in Aix. Across the board, I improved my understanding of the language and culture. Perhaps even more valuable was the confidence I ga... - Vanderbilt University View Entire Review
I improved my French and learned more about its culture. - Vanderbilt University View Entire Review
It was as I met some great people. But except for that it was Null. - Barnard College View Entire Review

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