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  1. Guide to Studying Abroad (College Admissions Guides) by Princeton Review, 2004-06-01
  2. Perceived behavioral alcohol norms predict drinking for college students while studying abroad.(Report): An article from: Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs by Eric R. Pedersen, Joseph W. Labrie, et all 2009-11-01
  3. Studying Abroad in Huaihai Institute of Technology in Lianyungang, China - San Joaquin Delta College, CA
  4. Mentoring Magic: Pick The Card For Your Success A Guidebook for Students in Higher Education who are American, International, or Studying Abroad by Shellie Hipsky, Claudia Armani-Bavaro, 2010-09-23
  5. Register of Canadians studying abroad.: An article from: Canadian Chemical News by Eileen Garvey, 1989-07-01
  6. Study Abroad/Etudes a L'Etranger/Estudios En El Extranjero: 2004-2005 (Study Abroad/Etudes a L'etranger/Estudios En Extranjero)
  7. Mentoring Magic: Pick The Card For Your Success A Guidebook for Students in Higher Education who are American, International, or Studying Abroad (HC) by Shellie Hipsky, Claudia Armani-Bavaro, 2010-09-23
  8. Studying and Working in Germany by Peter James, David Kaufman, 2002-04-20
  9. Studying and Working in Spain by Michael Newton, Graham Shields, 2002-05-03
  10. Studying and Living in the United Kingdom: A Guide for International Students and Visitors
  11. Abroad with the Jimmies by Lilian Bell , 2010-08-02

21. Augustana College, Sioux Falls, SD
Augustana college is a private liberal arts college located in Sioux Falls.Category Reference Education South Dakota Augustana college...... Tours, Trips and studying abroad Band tour of China, study abroad course in For comments/questionscontact © 2002 Augustana college.
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22. Studying Abroad At Bard College
international dialogue. Every year, more than 100 Bard students spenda year, a term, or a summer studying abroad. Others spend
Bard study abroad programs attract students from leading American colleges and universities. In the past two years, students from over thirty institutions have studied on Bard programs

23. St. Olaf College | Admissions
Home The Big Picture Academics studying abroad studying abroad. All ofSt. Olaf college's study abroad programs (over 80!) are academic based.
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Studying Abroad Studying Abroad These are just a few of the programs that St. Olaf offers. The question around campus is not "Do you plan to study abroad", but instead "Where are you going?" Check out the " Global Perspective " section of this site learn more about these unique academic options that you will have at (away from!) St. Olaf! Academic Programs and Departments Studying Abroad Experiential Learning Libraries ... HOME
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24. St. Olaf College | International And Off-Campus Studies
What to Know About studying abroad. 20032004 International Domestic Programs. OlafCollege Northfield, MN 55057 (507) 646-3069 (507) 646-3789 FAX.
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25. BSUC - Prospectus - Studying Abroad
studying abroad. You may also be able to spend a full year abroad in Rotterdam TheUniversity college has extensive European links and current opportunities for
search for: background: White. Grey. Cream. Blue. Lavender. Green. Orange. Olive Green. ( we have extensive links with universities
and colleges around the world...
Studying Abroad.
European Study Opportunities.
Any student on the Modular Scheme programme can apply to study abroad as part of the SOCRATES ERASMUS scheme which is supported by the European Commission in Brussels. You would normally spend a whole semester in a European institution during your second year - usually the spring term. Provided you successfully complete your placement, you would obtain full academic recognition and your study abroad period would be counted towards your BSUC degree. The ERASMUS placement would provide the opportunity to experience education in a different country; immerse yourself in a different culture; learn a new language or develop current language skills; and enhance your curriculum vitae. The University College has extensive European links and current opportunities for ERASMUS placements are in the following institutions:
  • Belgium: Katholieke Hogeschool, St Lieven (KaHo)

26. America's Best Colleges 2003: Most Students Studying Abroad
Most students studying abroad Following are the schools with the highest percentageof students who study abroad. School, Percent. Kalamazoo college (MI), 85%.
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Most students studying abroad Following are the schools with the highest percentage of students who study abroad. School Percent Queens University of Charlotte (NC) Kalamazoo College (MI) University of Dallas Huntingdon College (AL) Austin College (TX) Eastern Mennonite University (VA) Centre College (KY) Colby College (ME) Carleton College (MN) Lewis and Clark College (OR) Union College (NY) Bates College (ME) Goshen College (IN) Pepperdine University (CA) Colorado College Colgate University (NY) Dartmouth College (NH) Hollins University (VA) College of New Jersey Grinnell College (IA) Pitzer College (CA) Wingate University (NC) Elon University (NC) Macalester College (MN) Eckerd College (FL) Wake Forest University (NC) Lake Erie College (OH) Bowdoin College (ME) Antioch College (OH) Birmingham-Southern College (AL) Connecticut College Franciscan U. of Steubenville (OH) Sarah Lawrence College (NY) Wesleyan University (CT) Westmont College (CA) Worcester Polytechnic Inst.

27. Wells College - Studying Abroad In The US - Facts & Figures
Application Deadline 3/1. Transfers accepted from institutions abroad. 19992000,7 international students on campus received college administered financial

28. Westmont College - Studying Abroad In The US - Facts & Figures
Transfers accepted from institutions abroad. Financial Aid For 200001 (estimated),5 international students on campus received college administered financial

29. Studying Abroad
studying abroad AS AN HONORS college MEMBER. The Honors college stronglyencourages its students to consider studying abroad at some
The Honors College strongly encourages its students to consider studying abroad at some time during their undergraduate years. Michigan State University is one of the country's leaders in providing its students numerous opportunities to study abroad. Time spent in another countrywhether for a summer, a semester, or a yearcan greatly enrich one's experience and understanding of the world. MSU has one of the most extensive offerings of international study in the country: foreign languages; mechanical engineering; multidisciplinary studies in China, Ecuador, Hungary, India, Korea, Mexico, Nepal, South Africa, and Zimbabwe; history; English; interior design; archaeology; and sociology are only a few of the more than 100 study abroad programs that MSU sponsors. The Honors College will work with students who want something MSU does not offer to find them suitable programs through other universities. The Honors College is embarking on a project of establishing connections with existing programs and of setting up one or more of its own programs for international study. These will provide Honors College students with opportunities for a variety of types of Honors opportunities to be incorporated into their study abroad experiences. Careful planning is essential to integrate international study into an Honors program. Students should begin discussions with their advisers well in advance of their intended period of international study. Information on the many MSU Study Abroad programs is available in MSU's Office of Study Abroad, Room 109 Center for International Programs. Plans for international study should be noted on APPs. (See

30. Honors College Study Abroad Info
Students interested in exploring possibilities for Honors work while studying abroadshould consult with an Honors college staff adviser when planning for the
Why Are Honors College Members Good Candidates for Study Abroad?
  • Many HC members enter MSU with a significant number of transfer or AP credits. When combined with the flexibility afforded HC members in designing their academic programs, this opens up opportunities to spend a semester or year away from the MSU campus without delaying graduation.
  • They tend to be an adventuresome and curious lot, eager to learn about another culture by living in a setting far different from what they are accustomed to.
  • Studying abroad provides an incomparable opportunity to work on becoming fluent in a language other than English.
  • International experience can prove valuable in professional development and when seeking post-graduate employment.
  • The world is experienced differently when living abroad. Virtually everything is unfamiliar: the sights, sounds, and smells; the customs and attitudes of the people; the food; the news coverage; the cultural events. What a maturing and broadening experience it can be!
Opportunities for Completion of Honors Credit While Studying Abroad
Honors College members are often interested in earning Honors credit while studying at a foreign university. To whatever extent possible, discussions about and arrangements for doing so should be undertaken in advance, as opportunities to take Honors courses and Honors Options in other countries are often less plentiful than on the MSU campus. Students interested in exploring possibilities for Honors work while studying abroad should consult with an Honors College staff adviser when planning for the study abroad experience.

31. About Columbia College
CoffinoGreenbergIn an effort to further enhance and recognize the academic andcultural experience of Columbia college students studying abroad, the faculty
Cross-Cultural Connections Contest Winners Announced
Callie Jones, CC ‘03, writes with elegance about her May-Day experiences in Berlin. A philosophy major, Callie pairs her undergraduate reading of Wittgenstein with her observations of East and West-Berliners in post-unification Germany, focusing in particular on the complex and ambivalent feelings young East-Berliners have towards the “New Berlin.” What inspired the essay was the city's lingering "Ostalgia", the nostalgia for the failed East German state. Callie will graduate in Spring 2003 and hopes to continue her writing after graduation. Related Links
Adi Bitter's photos of Netanya, the Galilii, an archeological dig site, and Jerusalem

Jesse Coffino-Greenberg's photos of Kashgar, China

Study Abroad Web site
for details on integrating foreign studies into your curriculum.
Dean Kathleen McDermott
for details on submitting written work and/or photographs for the next annual contest.

32. Columbia College Study Abroad
Other prerequisites may apply, and students interested in studying abroad shouldconsult their class dean. college transfer students should note that they are
Study Abroad
Claire Frisbee, CC'03, Andres Zuleta-David, CC'02 and Lila Dupree, CC'03 find Alma Mater at the Universidad de la Habana. ~ Claire Frisbee, CC'03
Havana, Cuba
Study Outside Columbia University
URL: To be eligible for participation in a Columbia-approved study abroad program, students must be in good academic standing with at least a 3.0 GPA and be making progress toward finishing the Core Curriculum, as well as have the level of language proficiency required by the study abroad program of interest. Other prerequisites may apply, and students interested in studying abroad should consult their class dean. College transfer students should note that they are allowed no more than 45 points of outside credit, and they may therefore only be able to attend a Columbia-sponsored, off-campus study program. Transfer students wishing to study abroad should contact their class dean as soon as possible to discuss their plans. Credit from approved programs is certified as transfer credit toward the degree by the Associate Dean of Academic Affairs when the student returns to the College and upon receipt of appropriate transcripts and other supporting materials. Students in Columbia-sponsored programs receive direct Columbia credit. Students wishing to receive credit toward their major or concentration must also receive approval from the director of undergraduate studies in their department. In addition, the following conditions apply for study abroad:

NAME, CLASS DAY/TIME, college PROGRAMS FOR studying abroad. University, Program, CLASSDAY/TIME, college PROGRAMS FOR studying abroad continued. University, Program,
Professor Al Fichera Introduction to the Internet
INFOSEEK Creating Tables of Data College Programs for Studing Abroad You can use the World Wide Web to find information about colleges and universities all over the world. Many college sites consist of hundreds of pages containing information about courses, prerequisites, professors, student groups, and even dormitory accommodations. Some pages even allow you to register online. The purpose of this exercise is to explore some college sites that offer overseas study programs. Search for Study Abroad Programs There are several Web sites that contain databases of Study Abroad programs. We will begin our search for one of these databases by first displaying the Infoseek search page and then selecting the Infoseek College topic. Identify a Program You will display the Studying Abroad page in the Peterson’s Education Center site and explore its links to an Archaeology program in Belize. You will then display the site of the college that sponsors the program. Using a Comparison Table You will use a comparison table made in Microsoft Word that includes heading for the type of information you need to gather five Study Abroad programs. To facilitate you in this matter, I have created a table attached to this document that you will use to place your information. The Word table will allow you to type directly into the individual cells or use a copy and paste method.

34. Exploring Asia: The Lowdown On Studying Abroad In Asia
There are few limits to where you can go reach with studying abroad, save your imagination.Additionally, college credits can be earned, which invalidates any
The Lowdown on Studying Abroad in Asia:
Why study abroad in Asia?
Why study abroad in Vietnam?

Where do I go to find out about different study abroad programs?

What kind of financial aid is available?

Why study abroad in Asia?
Actually, I think the question is 'Why not?' It's really exhilarating to get out there and see what the rest of the world is like. Unfortunately, this can be difficult for students once we graduate and have to enter the workforce, often settling down somewhere along the way. With this in mind, college presents the perfect opportunity to go out and explore. There are few limits to where you can go reach with studying abroad, save your imagination. Additionally, college credits can be earned, which invalidates any excuse concerning having to catch up on classes back home once you return.
Most people think of Europe when they decide to study abroad. While there are many things to see in Europe, I think there are overwhelmingly more things to see the further we travel, and Asia is about as far as we can go without returning back to where we started. There is currently a movement to encourage studying abroad in Asia and so a fair amount of scholarship funds are available if you apply early enough. I received two $5000 scholarships to study in Vietnam, the Gilman Scolarship and the Freeman-Asia Scholarship , which practically covered tuition, food, and lodging expenses for the entire trip. Not only did I get to see the world, but I hardly paid a dime! Many of the study abroad programs also offer additional financial aid if you qualify.

35. Connecticut College - Office Of National And International Programs - ONIP
While studying abroad, Connecticut college students are subject to the same standardsof conduct and academic regulations stipulated in the Connecticut college
Office of National
and International
ONIP Home Regular Study
Away, Study Abroad

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Philosophy Selection Process Qualifications Deadlines ... Listing of Regular Study Away and Study Abroad Programs
Connecticut College has long been a promoter of international education. It is committed to the philosophy that a student's education is enriched by spending one or two semesters studying in another country. Time in a foreign country opens a student's mind to political, social and economic systems within traditions that may differ greatly from that in which the student was nurtured. It helps shape both a more enlightened individual and one who is better prepared to address effectively the challenges that the international system increasingly exacts on its members.
Study Away and Study Abroad Programs
Regular Study Away and Study Abroad Programs ONIP screens these programs on a regular basis to guarantee continued academic and service quality. (National and International Studies policies and information set forth here are in the 2001-2003 Connecticut College Catalog in print and online.) ONIP holds an informational meeting at the beginning of each semester. It keeps binders on each study-abroad options to help students select the program best suited to their interests and needs. After analyzing the different programs, students should call ONIP to make an appointment to discuss their options.

36. Studying Abroad
Cy Fleck, Director Study abroad Programs 219 Markle Hall (610) 3305069 Campus News Calendar Contact Directory Search Lafayette college complies with

Lafayette is No. 1 among the nation's
30 top-ranked liberal arts colleges in
U.S. News and World Report in study-abroad participation in 2000-01, according to the Institute of International Education.
Full Semester Faculty-Led Brussels, Belgium
Antigua, Guatemala
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Austria Italy Costa Rica The Netherlands England Russia France Ireland Germany Spain January/May Interim Sessions Bahamas Israel Brazil Italy China Kenya and Tanzania England New Zealand France Puerto Rico Germany and
Austria Russia Greece Scotland Ireland Summer Programs Germany Mexico Italy Spain PLAN AHEAD Cy Fleck, Director

37. Tips For Students Studying Abroad - Page.1
Tips for Students studying abroad. Common Sense Advice for International Travel.—Careerdevelopment and job search help for college graduates.

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Common Sense Advice for International Travel 1. Learn the culture's definition of the proper way to dress so that you won't draw attention to yourself, offend others, or be arrested. 2. Do not make eye contact between strangers or a smile at someone passing on the street. In some cultures, men may mistake the friendliness of an American woman as an invitation for romantic interest. 3. Be aware of the laws pertaining to homosexuality in other countries as well as general attitudes toward gay, lesbian, and bisexual people. 4. Don't walk alone, especially at night or in questionable neighborhoods.

38. International Education: Study Abroad
If you are studying at a university outside the UK, and would like to take part ofyour course at the college, our Study abroad programme enables you to do so.
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If you are studying at a university outside the UK, and would like to take part of your course at the College, our Study Abroad programme enables you to do so. You can spend one semester, or a full academic year, enrolling for modules in one of our Faculties. Credits you gain here can then be transferred to your home institution. Contact us now for the College's Study Abroad Guide:
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39. Study Abroad | Career Collection | College Library
Jump to navigation, Career Collection Study abroad. studying abroad canbe a memorable college experience and a useful addition to your resume.
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Study Abroad Studying Abroad can be a memorable college experience and a useful addition to your resume. This information identifies various study abroad programs and resources to prepare you for a study abroad experience.
  • Books in the College Library Career Collection
    Books in Campus Libraries

    Campus Resources

    Internet Sites
  • Books in the College Library Career Collection ( top
    Click on the call number following the title to check availability of print copies in UW-Madison libraries. Unofficial Guide to Study Abroad (by Ann M. Moore)
    LB 1696 M66 2000
    Academic Year Abroad
    LB 2376 L42
    Vacation Study Abroad
    LB 2375 S822
    Peterson's Learning Adventures Around the World
    LC 6681 P48
    Books in College Library Reference Collection
    Insider's Guide to Study Abroad (by Ann M. Moore)
    LB 1696 M65 2000
    Study Abroad
    LB 2338 S86
    Peterson's Study Abroad [3rd latest edition in the Career Collection] LB 2376 P46
    Books in Campus Libraries ( top
    MadCat Books on studying abroad can be found in MadCat, the UW-Madison Library Catalog. Copy and paste the following sample searches into the MadCat search box.

    40. Studying Abroad
    studying abroad. Sacred Heart University students are encouraged to take advantageof study abroad opportunities. Coordinated by the college of Arts and Sciences
    Studying Abroad
    Sacred Heart University students are encouraged to take advantage of study abroad opportunities. Coordinated by the College of Arts and Sciences, this program strengthens the University’s continuing efforts to establish global thinking as an educational priority. Undergraduate students interested in European history and politics – or in Western culture in general – may participate in the Sacred Heart University semester-long European Studies Program in Luxembourg. Students interested in studying abroad in other locations during the school year may do so through participation in programs pre-approved by the Office of Study Abroad. Students who participate in the Luxembourg program or in another pre-approved program during the Fall or Spring semester are assessed a study abroad fee. Short-term programs of two to four weeks, led by Sacred Heart University faculty, are also available. Recent short-term summer experiences include programs in Ireland and Amsterdam. For more information, contact the Study Abroad Office at (203) 396-8022. Programs of Study Please select a College: [College of Business] [College of Education and Health Professions] [Accelerated Graduate Degree Programs] College of Arts and Sciences Art Communications in Illustration, Painting, Visual Communications

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