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¬°¬°Viva Barcelona y el SAS!!

Aboard the MV Explorer on the Mediterranean

Dear SAS Summer 2011 Shipboard Community,

As the Nassau-to-Barcelona leg of our voyage together draws to a close, I wanted to take a moment to say Goodbye and Thank-You for your warm hospitality, friendship, and the wonderful sense of community we have shared over the past 14 days.

As a newcomer to the SAS program and an external “observer” sent by my University to assess the SAS experience, I feel compelled to share with you my overwhelmingly positive assessment of your program, its professors and the wonderful quality of its students!

It has been a fantastic voyage; – your Semester At Sea program is an incredibly unique experience. Not only is it one which you will remember for the rest of your lives, it has the potential (if you do it right) to be life-changing! So, as I leave the SAS shipboard “family”, I bid you all a fond “fair-thee-well” with a warmth that has grown very quickly in the few days since our Nassau departure, and a sincere appreciation (& more than a touch of envy) for that which lies ahead.

¬°¬°Viva Barcelona y el SAS!!

Un abrazo muy fuerte,

Scott

Scott S. Wishart
Assistant Dean
International Programme
Associate Director
Anglo-American Law Program
Edificio de Bibliotecas
University of Navarra School of Law
E-31080 Pamplona (Navarra), Spain

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