June 4, 2020
Harvard University is a private Ivy League research university in Cambridge, Massachusetts, whose history, influence and wealth have made it one of the most prestigious universities in the world.
Below you will find study abroad reviews from students at Harvard University. We hope you will find these helpful in your search for options in education abroad. We also hope that these first-hand accounts of education abroad from previous students at your institution will help you understand what to expect from study abroad and help you set your expectations. If you are a Harvard University student, please check with the Office of International Education 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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An Unforgettable Summer In Buenos Aires
IES Abroad: Buenos Aires - Study Abroad With IES Abroad
"This past summer I studied abroad for 6 weeks in Buenos Aires, Argentina through IES Abroad. From the moment I arrived in the airport until the day I left, I felt supported and encouraged from IES Abroad staff. At the airport, I received an alfajor, and this classic Argentinian snack became my after-lunch dessert everyday—for be..."
Atlantis Project | Pre-med Fellowship Abroad
"I was placed in Albacete, which was a pleasant surprise. The living accommodations were amazing - the room was spacious, we had access to a plethora of facilities, and we were close to important buildings (hospital, mall, restaurants, nightlife). I learned a great deal about medicine during my time here as well - I shadowed a di..."
Ies Berlin Fall 2015
IES Abroad: Berlin - Study Abroad With IES Abroad
"Berlin was not as much a German city as it was a multi-cultural city. It is a place where all nations are represented, including people, food and architecture. There were so many people from all over the world and all walks of life. Every time I was on the U-Bahn (metro) or the S-Bahn (city-train) I would here languages ranging ..."
Salvador In Six Months: Living, Learning, Growing
CIEE: Salvador- Liberal Arts
"Yes, it was worthwhile. Not only did I gain invaluable language skills, I made connections with amazing people who taught me that relaxing can help me expand my potential in every part of my life. I learned how to see the world around me just as it is and not take for granted its beauty. I hope I can go back soon and either cond..."