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At Florence University of the Arts and the affiliated Apicius School of Culinary Arts and Hospitality, SAI offers Career Certificate Programs for students seeking to develop...
Since 1995 SAI Programs has offered students the very finest English-speaking study abroad programs available. Headquartered in beautiful Northern California, SAI offers
Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, more commonly known as Cattolica,is the largest private university in Europe, with roughly 27,000 students.The international student...
SAI Programs Reviews
Great Study Abroad Experience
Submitted by Sabrina - University of Alabama | May 14, 2018
I had a really great semester studying abroad with SAI in Barcelona. I felt as though I could always all of SAI’s staff with any questions I had, and all of the excursions and events that were planned were well done. Barcelona in itself was an amazing city to study abroad in for the semester. There was always something new to see or do. Additionally, my classes at UAB were interesting and I enjoyed them. Overall, a great experience.
SAI and UAB, the perfect recipe for success!
Submitted by Andy - University of South Carolina | April 23, 2018
I absolutely loved studying abroad through SAI at UAB. I studied business and looked forward to class everyday. I took 2 very thorough and in-depth business classes as well as 3 cultural immersion classes featuring many field trips and guest speakers. SAI did an excellent job of keeping me informed on all events going on in Barcelona every week through a newsletter, answered any questions in a timely manner before I even got to Barcelona, and has provided an incredible amount of support constantly throughout the semester. I am proud to say that SAI was the best possible program. Many big programs are more expensive, do not offer as many excursions, and you build an actual relationship with the staff instead of being "just a number" with the big programs. I highly recommend studying at UAB with SAI!!!
Spring semester in Paris
Submitted by Alex Lehnhard - University of Alabama | April 04, 2018
When I first arrived in Paris, I was so timid, nervous, and unsure what I had gotten myself into. However, with the help of the SAI office, and the magnetism of the city, I soon realized that these were going to be some of the best months of my life. Studying abroad can be scary, especially in such a large city surrounded by French speakers, but I have learned so much the world and myself. SAI does an amazing job of balancing planned activities so that you can have those group experiences and a sort of comfort zone, but so that you also have to explore on your own and figure some things out for yourself. A lot of business students at my home university typically do not go abroad, but studying business in an international environment has been such a learning experience as well. Today, any business that you do will be international to some degree, and there is no better way to learn to navigate that landscape than going abroad. At the beginning of this experience, I was the student wanting to immediately go home, but I can tell you now after sticking it out that I recommend this experience to anyone and everyone! 10/10 would recommend SAI!!!!
Best 4 months of my life
Submitted by Jackie - University of tennessee knoxville | March 20, 2018
Studying abroad with SAI was the best decision I've ever made. I was able to travel to 12 countries during the semester and made great friends from all over the United States. SAI was very helpful throughout the whole process of preparing for the semester and returning back to the U.S. If I could study abroad again I would do it in a heartbeat and I would choose SAI again.
Home sweet Rome
Submitted by Cassidy - St. Norbert College | November 15, 2017
Studying abroad, anywhere, is often very scary. The first day we were dropped off at our apartment with no exact direction. This was absolutely terrifying for me. After getting to know the neighborhood and Trastevere/Rome, the SAI office started to become a second home or place to go for me to feel comfortable in. The SAI office was always there when I just wanted to talk, had questions study abroad, questions where I should visit the next weekend, or seeking advise for the future. I completed the SAI Global Leadership Program, which allowed me to enrich in the Italian culture more and get to know more locals. Also, I also had to take a class relevant to Global studies. The weekly meetings at SAI were very helpful and allowed me to understand more of what global leadership means and how each of us can do it. I am truly thankful there was a program like SAI to make Rome more of a home while I was there.
Program: SAI Programs: Study Abroad in Rome