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INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS EXPERIENCE
AUBiH LLM Student
"I've came from the United States. I had never lived abroad before I began the masters program in International Law at AUBiH so, at first, I didn't know what to expect. Despite my reservations, studying in Bosnia-Herzegovina turned out to be the greatest adventure I've ever had! Not only did I learn from great Bosnian and American professors in the classroom, life outside the classroom challenged my worldview and taught me so much about the amazing diversity of culture this world holds. My year in Sarajevo is one I'll always cherish and one I wish I could relive over and over again!"
Study Abroad Student
"The experience to live and study in BIH is priceless as you discover part of the world that is unbelievable, in every aspect of life. There is no part of the world where you see people survive with very little means whilst being happy about it. No one knows the secret of the magical fountain that always brings you back to the magical old town, which is perfect with its imperfections. The only feeling I had when I was about to leave BiH was nostalgia. The feeling of exasperation I felt from the simplicity of the people and the honesty of their smile is simply inspirational. If I had the opportunity to study and live in BIH again I would not think twice about going back."
Study Abroad Student
"My experience in Bosnia and Herzegovina has been shaped by the city's limitless hospitality. While I have only been here a month and a half, I feel as if Sarajevo is my home. Making tikvenica (pumpkin pie) with my host-family and getting coffee with a professor, are just a few ways of connecting with Sarajevo's traditions and culture. I could not be more excited to spend my entire academic year studying and interning in Bosnia and Herzegovina!"
PEACE AND CONFLICT PROGRAM
DURATION: June 4- July 28, 2018
- Balkan History
- Balkan Security
- State Building/Peace Building
- Genocide, War Crime and Transitional Justice
- Bosnian/ Croatian/ Serbian Language