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    • Most Popular Places to Study Abroad By: Amanda CookCinque Terre, Italy – a region just outside of Tuscany.(photo credit: Amanda Cook)
    • #1: Florence, Italy Florence, Italy is an especially popular destination for those interested in Art and Art History. Being famous for its countless museums and historical background during the Renaissance, students enjoy earning 12-13 credits per semester studying some of the most celebrated works of all time.The Duomo in Florence, Italy. (photo credit: Amanda Cook)
    • #2: Paris, FranceAnother city ruled by its love for Art, Parisattracts thousands of study abroadstudents every year. UConn students canearn up to 18 credits per semesterwhile studying topics ranging from Arthistory to Cooking to Philosophy. Studentsenrolled must take a French language courseto assist in their time abroad and to fullyimmerse themselves into the French culture. The Eiffel Tower in Paris, France. (photo credit: Brigid Connolly)
    • #3: London, England London, England is a popular choice for students because it allows travel and cultural immersion without the added burden of a language barrier. Students studying in the UConn in London program earn 12-15 credits per semester. This destination is especially desirable for those studying business, as there are multiple interesting courses offered in this area.A phone booth in London, England.(photo credit: Amanda Cook)
    • #4: Barcelona, SpainFor those who lovewarm weather and Spanishbeaches, Barcelona is theperfect study abroaddestination. Through anexchange program with eitherCIEE or IES, students can takeclasses that will earn them12-15 credits per semester.Students who have lived inBarcelona have raved aboutthe magnificent architectureand delicious food! A view of Barcelona, Spain. (photo credit: Brigid Connolly)
    • #5: Sydney, Australia Being the only top study abroad choice that is not located in Continental Europe, Sydney offers a location rich in beauty. The flora and fauna in Australia are a major draw for students, and through a third party organization like AustraLearn, Uconn students can enjoy the beautiful Australian wildlife while earning internship or course credit through a partnership with the University of Sydney.The coast of Sydney, Australia. (photo credit: Alia Verner)
    • Sources www.studyabroad.uconn.edu www.australearn.com Brigid Connolly  Study Abroad Office Coordinator/Assistant