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Aix-en-Provence is many things; it is a center of culture, art, academics and amazing beauty. The small city of approximately 137,000 people is located in Southern France in the region of Provence. Provence, one of the wealthiest regions in France, is bordered by the Mediterranean on its southern coast and offers hot summers and mild wint... read more
Reviewed by Heather Brienstudent on .
Had the most wonderful semester in Aix-en-Provence! Worked on my french, met some beautiful people, and got to know a new culture inside and out. Unforgettable experience that I'm so grateful to have had. Read more
Reviewed by Audrey Petterutistudent on .
ASA was an excellent study abroad program. I liked how their costs were all bundled into one fee and how helpful they were with due date reminders. The international universities they are tied with are wonderful. Just about everyone in my program, including myself, was placed in a great homestay. Read more
Reviewed by Danielle Weisbergstudent on .
I had such a great experience studying abroad with ASA in Aix En Provence. The trip was affordable yet comprehensive, they placed me with a welcoming and generous host mother, and promptly answered any and all questions I had, before and during the trip. I loved my photography class and learned a lot, and really loved taking class at the Institute for American Universities building, one of the oldest buildings in Aix! The city of Aix was beautifu... Read more
Reviewed by Catherine Kennedystudent on .
The program was excellent (studying with IAU in southern France), but I was not sure what I was getting myself into. I thought that I would be studying with more international students than American students, but I was almost always surrounded by other Americans. Read more
Reviewed by Emily Rivardstudent on .
Studying abroad in Aix was an amazing experience. The size of the town was perfect for me. Large enough so that there was always something to do, but small enough so that you could walk everywhere! The streets and buildings in Aix are absolutely beautiful, which made walking to school everyday even more enjoyable. And then there was the food. I've never had better food in my life, and I've definitely been having French cheese withdrawals since ... Read more
Reviewed by Danielle Taylorstudent on .
Aix-en-Provence is an incredible place. Small enough that it's comfortable, but big enough that there's new things to find until the very end of the summer. I love the fountains. It's close to Marseille, the beaches in Cassis, and has a train station for easy access to travel throughout the country and Europe. There was really something to be said for the quality of professors. They were knowledgeable, helpful, and interesting. They came ... Read more