Allegheny College

April 19, 2018

University Information

Allegheny College is a private, coeducational liberal arts college in northwestern Pennsylvania in the town of Meadville.

Below you will find study abroad reviews from students at University of Allegheny College. We hope you will find these helpful in your search for options in education abroad. If you are a Allegheny College student, please check with the Off-Campus Studies Office for guidelines on enrolling in a study abroad program and receiving credit for your study abroad experience. If your university has listed recommended programs below, please consider them first and contact any of the program providers referenced in the reviews listed below for more information.

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Past Review I Would Go Back In A Heartbeat American College Dublin: Irish Language & Culture Program

"I gained so much confidence and experience from the ACD study abroad program. It was my first experience living on my own and working things out for myself. The internship I had taught me so much and is still a big talking point on my resume when I go for interviews. I also gained lasting friendships and a desire to travel as mu..."

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Past Review Costa Rica: Not Just For Sloths. The School for Field Studies / SFS: Costa Rica - Sustainable Development Studies

"yes! i think it opened a lot of doors for me and gave me a bigger international picture that my academic experience was lacking "

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Past Review Baja: An Experience Only One Could Ever Dream Of Being Able To Have The School for Field Studies / SFS: Turks and Caicos Islands - Marine Resource Studies

"The amount I gained from this experience surpassed my expectations by far. I became a more confident student and as student of the sciences I gained a lot of hands on field experience. I was able to learn about the local community's ideas and understanding of environmental topics which was really eye-opening. Being in a differ..."

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