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Q & A: Andrew Stadnicki

Andrew Stadnicki

MBA

Footsteps Through the Adriatic- Croatia

  1. Where and when did you study abroad?

I studied abroad in Croatia during summer of 2013 under Footsteps Through The Adriatic program.

Q & A: Rosie Phan & Zach White

Rosie Phan (4th Year MIS/Economics) & Zachary White (New Media Marketing/MIS '17)

1. Where and when did you study abroad?

I studied abroad at Bond University at Queensland, Australia during the spring semester of 2015. Rosie and I studied abroad at the University of Westminster in London during the spring semester of 2016.

2. What did you find challenging about the classes abroad? How did you cope?

Student Spotlight: Andrea Kecić

Repurposed from Student Corner post on the RIT Croatia website.

Name: Andrea Kecić

Home Campus: RIT Croatia – Dubrovnik

Year: 3rd

Major: Hospitality, Tourism, and Management

Favorite place to hang out at the RIT main campus: The Global Village Plaza

Favorite spot to study: The conference room in Global Village

My Once in a Lifetime Co-op Experience in Ocean Reef Club, Florida

Vjeran Pezdirc

RIT Croatia- International Business '19

Work Abroad- Ocean Reef Club in Miami, Florida (Spring 2017)

Prague Photo Journal

Photo gallery by Daniel Perez Gil Rodriguez (Management Information Systems) in Prague, Czech Republic Spring 2017.

Day Trips & Top Things to Do in Prague

  1. Pilsen: factory of the most famous Czech beer Pilsner
  2. Cesky Krumlov: Small city in South Bohemia considered as UNESCO World Heritage site.
  3. Karlovy Vary: Small spa town situated in western Bohemia. It is historically famous for its hot springs. It is the most visited spa town in Czech Republic.
  4. Karlstejn Castle: Gothic Castle built by Charles IV. It is 30 min away from Prague.

My Study Abroad Trip: Prague

One of the main reasons that made me choose Prague was its perfect location. Czech Republic is located in Central Europe and it has borders with Germany, Poland, Slovakia and Austria. I can even say that Prague can be considered as "the heart of Europe". It is really easy to travel anywhere else from Czech Republic. Another reason for choosing Czech Republic was that everything is really cheap! I could get a really good meal for less that $5. (Hint: Beer anywhere in Prague is $1)

Studiranje u Hrvatskoj - Studying Abroad in Croatia

Take a perfect coastal town and put it between the sea and a mountain. Now add steps. Lots of them, and there you have Dubrovnik. At first the people can seem kind of off-putting, especially if you arrive at the end of tourist season just because it is the end of the season and everyone wants all these strangers to leave and not come back for a while. Being here In Dubrovnik from September to December allows one to see the change of the city itself from a popular tourist destination to an empty town with only the locals to keep you company.

My First Week in Paris, La Ville-Lumière

It is hard to believe that my first full week in Paris has come to an end. I am at a loss of words for how much beauty I have experienced in just 7 days. My week has consisted of nothing but good company, getting lost, testing new limits, indulging in good food, and having my mind blown.

Tokyo, Japan

This past Spring I studied abroad in Tokyo, Japan. I studied through one of the programs associated with RIT called CIEE. My overall experience was just awesome to simplify things. However, while abroad I not only went through culture shock but experienced cultural differences and a language barrier that I had to pick up on, and more. I studied a little Japanese before going but honestly wish I had studied before. Fortunately they had a placement test we had to take before classes started, and was placed in the correct level.

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