Although it may only be a little bigger than the state of Maryland, Moldova holds so much culture and beauty waiting to be experienced! While studying abroad in Moldova, you will be spending most of your time in a traditional school, also called a Lyceum. In Moldova, the main languages spoken are Romanian and Russian. Outside of school, you and your new lifelong best friends might play sports like basketball, cycling, football, rugby, and wrestling. Schools also offer programs like art, theater, and singing!
A melting pot of cultures, Moldovan cuisine incorporates many different flavors and ingredients. One of the most famous dishes of Moldova is “mamaliga”, also called Polenta. It is described as a porridge made out of corn flour and can be filled with anything including cheese, meat, or vegetables.