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"I have worked all over the world for ExxonMobil, DirecTV, Lincoln Financial, and Google.  My international education at SAIIE was paramount to me entering a career in international business."

Michael Evanoff
Marquette University
Alumnus 1987

 

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Congratulations to Tyler Gimple for winning both the photo contest and the story contest for Summer Session I 2016! Tyler is a swimmer from the University of Mary Washington who participated in our Study Abroad and Swimming Program. As Tyler explains in his story, this program is perfect for varsity athletes who wish to have an international experience while still keeping up with their training. Read Tyler’s story below to learn more about what it’s like to be a student-athlete on a summer program with SAIIE in Sevilla!

Be sure to also check out Tyler’s photo of the celebration of Sevilla Futbol Club’s win of the 2016–17 UEFA Europa League.The people of Seville gathered at Puerta Jerez to cheer on the champions as they rode through the city on a bus.

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Student athletes can go abroad too! Check out this article about Sierra Jones’ and her Belmont University Bruins teammates’ experiences abroad during their Maymesters!

http://belmontbruins.com/sports/w-baskbl/2015-16/releases/20160609mze58b

If you are a student athlete who wants to go abroad, check out our Study Abroad and Sports Programs! 

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Our Summer Session II Students left to return to the USA this past Saturday! We hope they had a safe flight and enjoy the rest of their summer.

This marks the end of another great academic year at SAIIE. We’d like to extend a warm thank you to all those involved in making SAIIE operate smoothly- the staff, the teachers, the host mothers, the internship providers, the sports coaches, and of course, the students. 

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