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Seeing the world now... Reporting by: Laura Hess ’11

Photo: Scott Sloat ’10

“I studied in Orizaba and Puebla, Mexico, primarily because I wanted to improve my Spanish. Life in Mexico was a lot different than life in the U.S. There are many things in the world that you can’t truly appreciate unless you put down the textbook and see them for yourself.”—Scott Sloat ’10,

“I studied in Leeds, U.K. last year. I think what I am most proud of about myself is that I was able to live abroad for a year. At first, I was not sure I wanted to board the plane to go over; however, by the end of the year, I had traveled throughout Europe by myself.”—Kristine Karkoska ’10, biology,

mathematics and history

Photo: Kristine Kardoska ’10

international politics and conflict resolution

Juniata offers students the opportunity to incorporate study abroad experiences into any academic program of study. Fall, spring, year-long or summer programs are among the many types of programs that exist to give students maximum flexibility when discussing study abroad options with their advisors. Each program has specific requirements. With more than 40% of Juniata students having an abroad experience, there is certainly one for you. Africa – The Gambia, University of The Gambia, Banjul Australia – University of Newcastle Canada – University of Laval China – Dalian Institute of Foreign Languages; Dongbei University of Finance and Economics Czech Republic – Masaryk University, Brno; Palacky University, Olomouc Ecuador – Universidad San Francisco de Quito Tiputini/Raystown Environmental Exchange (internships); The Galapagos Academic Institute for the Arts & Sciences France – Université Catho de Lille L’Université de Nancy; L’Université de Strasbourg Juniata Summer in France, Lille Germany – Fachhochschule Gelsenkirchen, Bocholt; Fachhochschule Muenster; Philipps Universitaet Marburg; Juniata Summer in Germany, (site TBA) Greece – City University of Athens Hungary – Institute of Social & European Studies, Berzsenyi College, Szombathely India – Roshni Nilaya School of Social Work in Mangalore; The Foundation for Ecological Research Advocacy & Learning (FERAL) specifically for Marine Sciences in Pondicherry; Juniata & FERAL, Kerala; Juniata Peace Studies Summer Program, Southern India Italy – Cooperating partners: Juniata, York St. John University (UK) and the University of Perugia in Terni, Italy for a summer program Japan – Hokusei Gakuen University, Osaka; Kansai Gaidai University, Sapporo Mexico – Universidad de las Américas, Puebla; Universidad Veracruzana, Xalapa; Juniata Summer in Orizaba, (including internships) New Zealand – University of Otago, Dunedin; University of Waikato, Hamilton N. Ireland – University of Ulster, Coleraine, Magee or Belfast Russia – Volgograd State Pedagogical Institute; Juniata Summer in Russia (site TBA) Spain – Universidad de Barcelona Universidad Pablo de Olavide United Kingdom – University of Leeds; University of Lincoln; University of Gloucestershire; College of York, St. John; Juniata Summer in Cheltenham: Photography; Educational Programmes Abroad, Internships in London Wales – University of Wales, Aberystwyth


Fall ’10 | Juniata College

“My home is Fukui, Japan. I chose to study in the U.S. because, on top of polishing my English skills, I wanted to encounter and embrace a culture which I am unfamiliar with. My cousin studies in Kyoto, Japan, and she took me sightseeing. This Inari Shrine had myriads of these gates, creating red tunnels. It was beautiful.”—Yoko Tsutani ’10, biology

Photo: Yoko Tsutani ’10

Photo: Erin Satterthwaite ’10

“I studied in the Galapagos Islands in Ecuador. The ocean has always been my passion. My favorite part of studying abroad was going for my daily swim and having sea lions come play with me, turtles majestically swimming in front of me, and eagle rays gliding beneath me.”—Erin Satterthwaite ’10, biology

Study Abroad Locations

Juniata Admissions Magazine  

Student stories, writing, photography and design done by Juniata students

Juniata Admissions Magazine  

Student stories, writing, photography and design done by Juniata students