Washington, DC, and Bologna, Italy.
We launched this blog in December and have used it to provide a window on the Bologna Center and the SAIS experience. We've provided information on how to apply, on what it's like to study at SAIS Bologna, on the kinds of careers SAIS graduates choose.
There is also a weekly quiz that is mostly just fun. It so happens to be today.
Before this week's test, we'd like to repeat something we've said several times before but which merits emphasis: some SAIS Bologna candidates apply to the DC Admissions Office, others to the Bologna office.
If you want to start your studies at SAIS DC, you apply to the Washington office, no matter your nationality. About one half of SAIS students start in Washington, the other half in Bologna.
If you'd prefer to start at the Bologna Center, where you apply depends:
- if you are a U.S. citizen or a U.S. permanent resident, you apply through Washington;
- if you are not a U.S. citizen and not a U.S. permanent resident, you apply through Bologna.
Clear? Good, now for the week's fun.
Last week, Ilektra intrepidly tackled the Internet in Italian to find the answer to our weekly quiz. It was no easy task, but she had already proven herself up to the challenge by winning our very first test in December.
So with no further ado, today's quiz:
SAIS Bologna students come from a great number of countries. Our alumni represent 110 nations, and this year we have 34 different nationalities.
What are the three countries which have sent the most students to SAIS Bologna? Please rank them one, two, three.
Got the answer? Drop us a comment below.
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- Monday, Feb 7: Economics -- Theory and Real Life
- Tuesday, Feb. 8: Pre-term and waiver exams
- Wednesday, Feb. 9: Democratic development
- Thursday, Feb. 10: What next with your application?
- Friday, Feb. 11: Weekly quiz