SPEC Kit 309: Library Support for Study Abroad · 19
Description of Study Abroad Program
The questions below seek a brief description of the scope of the study abroad program. If your
university/institution has multiple programs, please select one that receives library support and
answer the remaining questions based on that program.
2. At what kind of location is the study abroad program offered? N=30
At a campus administered by a partner host institution 15 50%
At a campus administered by the home institution 3 10%
Other (e.g., semester at sea, rented building, etc.) 12 40%
Please describe other location.
“All of the above.” (2 responses)
“Exchange agreements.”
“The university offers a wide variety of overseas study opportunities, including direct enrollment at partner
institutions abroad, courses for foreigners at host institutions abroad, courses arranged by third party
providers in space rented or owned by them, courses offered by our own faculty at locations abroad using
space of partner institutions, rented space or field stations.”
“Semester at Sea.”
“Since 2005, the College of Design’s Rome Program has been located in the historic center of the city near
the Tiber River in the Palazzo Cenci-Bolognetti at Piazza delle Cinque Scole 23. The College of Design leases
14 rooms on the second floor of the building from the Istituto Pasteur - Fondazione Cenci Bolognetti, a
scientific institute affiliated with the Institut Pasteur of Paris and with the University of Rome. In addition, a
small area is also leased on the ground floor of the building, which is used primarily for integrated studio arts
and model building. (From: College of Design Rome Program Handbook, 2008/2009).”
“The university maintains a facility in Prague and students live in a small hotel located on the outskirts of the
“The Summer Session Study Abroad offers a wide range of courses, some of which are taught at a campus
administered by a partner institution, while others use rented facilities.”
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