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CIEE Prague or UD Rome Study Abroad?

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I am going to study abroad this summer through the University of Dallas's Rome Program or CIEE's New Media and Journalism program. I want to travel several other places (London, Paris, Amsterdam, etc) throughout the trip on weekends.

Any input on the cities or either of these programs would be very helpful!

Here's a little info on each...
UD Rome- 6 weeks, University of Dallas's own campus. has several field trips throughout Italy during the week, 2 mandatory weekend trips (Florence & Lake Albano). 3 Free weekends. Has a 5 day travel break. In dorms, meal plan. My mom would come and meet me afterward in Europe. $6,000

CIEE Prague- Charles University. One of my good friends is also doing it. 8 weeks. 4 mandatory weekend trips (2 within Czech Republic, 1 Berlin, 1 Barcelona), 4 free weekends. In apartments with no meal plan. $7,000.

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