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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

41. Wellesley College International Study Calendar, 2002-2003
Predeparture Meeting for Students studying abroad in the Spring of 2003. Peter'sCollege, Oxford University, for the Full Year, 2003-2004.
Wellesley College International Studies and Services
International Study Calendar, 2002-2003
(International Study Information Program Series and Deadlines)

( September 18, 2002, (Wednesday), 12:30 - 1:30 p.m., Collins Cinema General Orientation on Studying Abroad September 20, 2002, (Friday), 12:30 p.m., Slater International Center The Fall International Study Grand Gathering - Wellesley Students Returning from Studying Around the World September 23, 2002, (Monday), Noon - 4 p.m., Alumnae Hall Ballroom Study Abroad Fair ... For more information about this session (isog prep. program #3) September 24, 2002, (Tuesday), 5:00 - 6:00 p.m., Slater International Center General Orientation on Studying Abroad (the September 18, 2002, program presented a second time) October 1, 2002, (Tuesday), 5:00-6:00 p.m., Slater International Center Information on Studying in English Speaking Programs Around the World October 9, 2002, (Wednesday), 1:15-2:15 p.m., Slater International Center Studying Social Sciences Abroad ... Index to the CWIS
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  • 42. Studying Abroad?
    David A year in Bordeaux, studying physics in French. Going abroad brings lots ofquestions…but many Christian students in the university or college you are
    Studying Abroad
    Will I survive spiritually?

    George's Story

    David's Story
    Jane's Story

    Studying Abroad? Welcome
    This is a section of the web site of Intercontinental Church Society (ICS) designed to help students going abroad to find Christian fellowship in the place they are going to. For more information about ICS, please go to our home page. We hope this site helps you. The opportunity
    George - Studied the organ in Amsterdam for his gap year
    David - A year in Bordeaux, studying physics in French
    Lee - A placement in France - Marketing Aluminium
    Jane - Studied Hydrology in France as part of her studies, and began attending the ICS supported chaplaincy of St Marc's, Grenoble Daniel starts with the story of a group of teenagers who knew their God, were sent to a foreign country, and who learned that God was with them even hundreds of miles from home. The God who enabled Daniel and his friends to remain true to their faith is the same God that Christians know today through Jesus Christ. One of the reasons that Daniel survived his exile spiritually was that he teamed up with fellow believers (see Daniel 2:18). You need to find a church whilst you are away from home in order to continue to grow as a Christian and serve God. And you would be wise meet other Christian students in the university or college you are going to.

    43. Studying Abroad
    And speaking of college, your second language skills will help you get colleges andemployers know that studying abroad provides leadership skills in a world

    Teens School Stuff
    Have you always dreamed of traveling to cool places, meeting lots of different people, and maybe picking up a language or two? No matter what country you live in, you can fly over the world's highest waterfalls in Venezuela, learn world trade in Japan, study in France, or take dancing lessons in Ghana. How? In a study abroad program , where high school and college students live with a host family in a foreign country. Semester and year-long programs allow you to attend school, join in optional extracurricular activities , take intensive language courses, and perform community service in another country. Imagine earning school credit for projects like protecting Panama's coral reefs or helping with cattle and agricultural projects in the Bolivian Amazon. Read on to learn more about study abroad programs. Why Would You Want to Study Abroad?
    Besides the excitement of travel, one reason to study abroad is that you will experience first-hand new customs, holidays, foods, art, music, and politics. "Obviously, I learned the language and am now fluent, but perhaps more importantly was how much I learned about cultures, people, and myself. . . . I learned this from the viewpoint of an active member of the community and my [host] family, not from the tourist's point of view," says Andrew Lefkowits of Denver, Colorado, who studied in Poitiers, France. Studying in a new country can change your perspective much more than a 2-week vacation abroad.

    44. Albright College - Study Abroad
    Myths About studying abroad. Myth 1 Only foreign language majors can studyabroad. Fact No matter what your major is, you CAN study abroad.
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    Study Abroad Program albright college services career center study abroad ... Other Links Myths About Studying Abroad Myth #1: Only foreign language majors can study abroad. Fact: No matter what your major is, you CAN study abroad. There are many English-speaking institutions all over the world that accommodate all majors. Myth #2: I have to go to another country to study off-campus. Fact: There are many domestic programs available right here in the United States, including the Washington Center, the Philadelphia Center, and American University in Washington, D.C. (just to name a few). Fact: There are many science programs offered all over the world. Science is universal and is taught the same almost everywhere. Who knows, maybe organic chemistry makes sense in England! Myth #4: I have to pay Albright tuition during the semester(s) I am gone.

    45. A+ College Financial Planning - Studying Abroad Scholarships
    in studying abroad. American Institute for Foreign Study (AIFS) 100 semester scholarshipsare offered each year. Awards range from $750 to $1,000. college
    College Financial Planning www. college-financial-aid .com
    "Providing Financial Aid and Scholarship Assistance"

    These scholarships are specifically for American students interested in studying abroad.
    American Institute for Foreign Study (AIFS)
    100 semester scholarships are offered each year. Awards range from $750 to $1,000. College Consortium for International Studies
    CCIS can help you complete the financial aid forms and IF your school is a CCIS member, you may be eligible for scholarships from the organziation. Fulbright Scholar Program
    Sponsored by the US Department of State, this is an international exchange program for graduate students. International Education Finance Corporation
    While the IEFC does not offer scholarships, they do have student loans available to help finance a semester abroad. Rhodes Scholarship
    Qualify to study at Oxford University in England. Rotary Club
    These scholarships are intended to promote international relations. Students must complete two years of their academic program.

    46. Presbyterian College: Study Abroad
    The Presbyterian college Study abroad Program provides the opportunity for qualified Ifyou are interested in studying abroad, contact Greg Henley, Director of
    About PC Academics Admissions Athletics ... Academics / Study Abroad Study Abroad Your Gateway to the World The Presbyterian College Study Abroad Program provides the opportunity for qualified students to spend a semester learning first-hand at some of the finest universities in the world. Schools in England, Scotland, Wales, Finland, France, Italy, Australia, Korea, and many other countries are waiting for PC students to apply and enroll. If you are interested in studying abroad, contact Greg Henley, Director of Southeastern Center for Intercultural Studies at extension 8193, for additional information. Studying Abroad Home Countries FAQ Forms ... Pre-Departure Orientation News PC's Revis named Clinton Chronicle 'Citizen of the Year' 32nd annual Area 5 Special Olympics SCIS establishes mid-week mu sic series for April ... Blue Hose

    47. St. Joseph's College- Analysis Of Senior Students Studying Abroad
    Analysis of Senior Students studying abroad. Form 5, Lower 6, Upper 6. Copyright© 1997 St. Joseph's college Web Publishing Board All Rights Reserved. St.
    Analysis of Senior Students Studying Abroad
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    ... Religion CLUBS Club Directory Students' Union PTA OBA JOSEPHIANS Outside Classroom Contributions Contact Central THIS WEB About FAQ Site Map Revision History ... HOME St. Joseph's College 7 Kennedy Road, Central, Hong Kong. Tel: (852) 2522-1204 Fax: (852) 2877-0232 Email:

    48. SAO > Interested In Studying Abroad
    Interested in studying abroad. As houses. Subscribe to the Study abroadOffice Electronic Newsletter; Visit the college Offices. They
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    This site will look much better in a browser that supports web standards , but it is accessible to any browser or Internet device. 115 International Studies Building
    910 South Fifth Street
    Champaign, IL 61820
    Telephone: (217) 333-6322
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    Menu: Information for: Important Issues: General: Home Information for Students ... Currently Abroad
    Interested in Studying Abroad
    As you begin researching study abroad programs you will find that there are literally thousands of fantastic opportunities around the world. One of the most difficult decisions you will have to make is determining which program is right for you. This is a decision that you must make for yourself; no one will choose for you! As you begin the selection process it is helpful to make some preliminary decisions as to the type of experience you want to have. Use this page to help you by . Remember to always question your gut instinct: ask yourself why.
    • Where do you want to study? In a big city? In a small town? In a developed country or in a developing country?

    49. Michigan Engineering - Studying Abroad
    There are many scholarship resources available to help ease the burden on studentsstudying or working abroad. Copyright © college of Engineering, University
    Study Abroad
    Studying Abroad Study Abroad Checklist Study Abroad Programs Past Participants back to International Programs in Engineering ... Study Abroad Studying Abroad
    Studying Abroad
    Studying abroad gives depths of cultural and academic experiences that can not be matched by a standard four-year curriculum. A study abroad experience truly prepares students for working and living in today's globalized society. The International Programs in Engineering (IPE) office serves prospective study/work abroad students in the following ways:
    • Assist in application process
      • Helping students assess their needs in a study abroad program
      • Tips for writing statement of purpose
      • Forwarding applications to our partner schools
      • Pointing to resources in our library and on the web for choosing a program
      Providing information on funding opportunities for work/study abroad
    • Evaluation of overseas courses for credit transfer
    • Providing a pre-departure orientation
    • Providing an evaluation session upon the student’s return
    • Authorization of credit transfer upon return
    The following aspects of the study/work abroad process are the student’s responsibility:
    • Obtaining application materials and course syllabi if on a non-CoE program
    • Ensuring that the student has adequate funding to study abroad
    • Appropriate registration for study abroad
    • Registration on the University’s ITOC travel website
    • Obtaining passports, visas, and proper inoculations

    50. Survey Finds Increase Of U.S. College Students Studying Abroad
    Survey Finds Increase of US college Students studying abroad The NationalRegistration Center for Study abroad WORLDWIDE The Institute
    Survey Finds Increase of U.S. College Students Studying Abroad
    The National Registration Center for Study Abroad - WORLDWIDE
      The Institute of International Education (IIE) conducted an online survey between October 15 and November 1, 2002 regarding U.S. university and college student enrollments and interest in studying abroad, and now the results are in: "Study abroad is more popular than ever."
      According to IIE, 45% of the total 324 participants identifying themselves as campus professionals reported "increases in the number of their students studying abroad in fall 2002." These results suggest a continuing and steady increase in the number of U.S. students studying abroad.
      Interestingly, the survey also found that the duration of study abroad programs taken by U.S. students has shortened. "(The survey) indicates that students are continuing to study abroad for shorter sojourns (many for less than eight weeks), with nearly 50% of undergraduate and masters degree students electing summer, January term, internships, and other short-term programs instead of academic year or semester programs."
      The bottom line here is, if you've been thinking about studying abroad, now's the time to do it! And NRCSA has some great short and long term programs to help you make it a reality.

    51. Study Abroad: How Do I Go About Studying Abroad?
    Study abroad. How do I go about studying abroad? Maryville college makes itas easy as possible to study abroad. It simply takes some planning ahead.
    HOME Current Students Study Abroad How do I study abroad Shortcuts Check your E-mail Library Services Learning Services Financial Aid Area Phone Numbers Student Handbook FAQ's How do I Study Abroad? Available Scholarships Online Study Abroad Handbook MC's Crisis Management Plan International Prog. Committee ... Useful Links Contacts Dr. Chad Berry
    Anderson Hall 205 C
    Study Abroad
    How do I go about studying abroad?
    Maryville College makes it as easy as possible to study abroad. It simply takes some planning ahead. First Step
    At least a year before you wish to go abroad, look over the FAQs about study abroad and the exchanges that Maryville offers. If you have other questions, see Dr. Berry in Anderson 205C. Second Step
    Second, discuss with your academic advisor as early as possible your intent to spend a semestergenerally during your junior yearabroad. Your advisor should be able to help you identify a country. Third Step
    Third, go to the faculty liaison for the particular country in which you're interested and tell him or her your plans. The liaisons are identified at the information page for each country's exchange. You will also want to discuss your plans with Dr. Berry. You should also begin familiarizing yourself with the specifics of the particular country. See some of the links on the Study Abroad website.

    52. Middlebury College Study Abroad
    Middlebury college financial aid is available to students studying at any of theMiddlebury college Schools abroad and for those undertaking language study in
    Most Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) During the 2002-2003 academic year, over 350 Middlebury students will study abroad in more than 40 countries at more than 90 different programs and universities. This is nearly 60% of the junior class! Next year you could be one of these students!! This information sheet attempts to answer your initial questions about studying abroad and directs you what to do next. 1. Where does Middlebury have programs abroad? 2. What if I am interested in studying in a country where Middlebury does not have a program? 3. How do I apply for study abroad? 4. How much does study abroad cost? ... 5. What do I do next, and who do I talk to for more information? 1. Where does Middlebury have programs abroad? Middlebury is also a member of several academic consortia: one with SUNY-Plattsburgh Southern Cone Programs in Chile (see Off-Campus Study for information); the second is the Associated Kyoto Program in Japan (see Professor Kyoko Davis for more information); and the third is the Intercollegiate Center for Classical Studies (ICCS) program in Rome (see Professor Marc Witkin for more information). In addition, students should see Professor Davis concerning participation in Middlebury's exchange program with Keio University in Tokyo, Japan. Middlebury also has exchange agreements with the University of East Anglia in England (for students primarily interested in English literature, American Studies, creative writing, drama, and film) and with the University of Nottingham in England. These exchanges are particularly beneficial to students with significant Middlebury grant aid. Also in England, Middlebury has an arrangement with Harris Manchester College at Oxford University, which provides the opportunity for several highly qualified students to study for the full academic year at Oxford. See the Office of Off-Campus Study for information on these programs and visit our web page (

    53. Middlebury College Schools Abroad
    Students studying abroad through the Schools abroad graduate programare eligible to apply for aid through Middlebury college. During
    MSA Home Introduction Admissions Language Pledge ... Contact Us MiddSearch Schools Abroad Language Schools All of Middlebury College Admissions Alumni Athletics Bread Loaf Programs Career Services Catalog Handbook ITS Library News and Events School in France
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    For Enrolled Students:
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    Orientation C.V. Starr - Middlebury Schools Abroad Middlebury College Sunderland Language Center Middlebury, VT 05753 Submit a request for information! School in France Juniors- Year (Paris, Poitiers) Tuition- $12, 540 Juniors- Semester (Paris, Poitiers) Tuition- $6, 750 (room and board and other expenses are not included) Financial Aid Middlebury College offers financial assistance to Middlebury College undergraduates.

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    While undergrads aren't viewing studying abroad as a vacation from their regularschoolwork, today's college students are also not viewing it merely as a way
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    Students Cite "full cultural experience" as a main goal Chester, PA January 6, 2002 The image of college students frolicking in European discotheques and sunbathing on the Riviera while ostensibly "studying abroad" is an inaccurate one, according to a December 2002 survey by ( ). The survey asked a series of questions to visitors in regards to their motivations for studying abroad. Most college students today don't go abroad just so they can "party" and take a fun break from regular college courses. Indeed, only four percent of those surveyed cited "the legal drinking age" as criteria for choosing a destination, while just two percent mentioned "an enjoyable trip-from water skiing to rock climbing" as a goal. Further, only one percent cited the opportunity to be away from their college campuses as a reason for wanting to study abroad. While undergrads aren't viewing studying abroad as a vacation from their regular schoolwork, today's college students are also not viewing it merely as a way to improve their GPAs. Few decide to spend a summer or semester abroad simply to earn better grades or to live what they've learned in college textbooks. Rather, the opportunity to become immersed in a new culture is the number one reason college students today seek out a study abroad experience.

    55. Facts In Brief 12/11/00
    Facts In Brief More American college Students Are studying abroad,Report Shows 12/11/00 • Vol. 49, No. 22. Over the past four
    Facts In Brief: More American College Students Are Studying Abroad, Report Shows
    Vol. 49, No. 22 Over the past four years, the number of U.S. students studying abroad has increased by more than 45 percent and reached a record high of 129,770 in the 1998-99 academic year, according to a recent report from the Institute of International Education.
    Data show that most U.S. students who studied abroad were involved in short-term programs (less than eight weeks long). For college students from all types of institutions, the proportion of students in short-term programs has increased from 28 percent to 46 percent over the past 13 years. Ninety percent of American students who studied abroad in 1998-99 did so for one semester or less.
    Many countries that hosted only a few American students five years ago experienced an increase in students in 1998-99, including Brazil (594 students, a 7 percent increase from the previous year), Cuba (498, up 172 percent), Egypt (267, up 38 percent), Hungary (448, up 13 percent), the Czech Republic (999, up 19 percent), Nepal (296, up 25 percent), and South Africa (891, up 44 percent).
    Countries that hosted the most American students included United Kingdom (27,720 in 1998-99, up 7 percent from the previous year), Spain (12,292, up 18 percent), Italy (11,281, up 11 percent), France (10,479, up 7 percent), and Mexico (7,363, down 3 percent).

    56. FinAid | Answering Your Questions | Books About Studying Abroad
    Books About studying abroad American's scholarship guide to travel and learningabroad, Intravco Press Muto and Paul A. Bohlmann, The Harvard college Guide to
    Books About Studying Abroad
  • AMS, Assistantships and Graduate Fellowships in the Mathematical Sciences , American Mathematical Society (AMS), Providence, Rhode Island, 1993. $15. Updated annually. This book covers graduate student assistantships and fellowships in the mathematical sciences at US institutions. See also the monthly column "Funding Information for the Mathematical Sciences" in Notices of the American Mathematical Society, and the column "Stipends for Study and Travel" in the October issue. The latter concentrates on post-doctoral support and is included as an appendix. To order a copy, write to American Mathematical Society, PO Box 6248, Providence, RI 02940-6248.
  • Laurie Blum, Free Money for Foreign Study , Facts on File, New York, 1991. ISBN 0-81602-710-2 paper ($14.95), ISBN 0-81602-450-2 hardcover. 262 pages. A guide to more than 1,000 grants and scholarships for study abroad, organized by country and subject. To order a copy, call 1-800-322-8755 or 1-212-683-2244, or write to Facts on File, 460 Park Avenue South, New York, NY 10016.
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    studying abroad. Students interested in studying abroad can take advantage ofthe many opportunities available through the college and the university.
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    Students interested in studying abroad can take advantage of the many opportunities available through the college and the university. In recent years, students have studied in the Netherlands, France, Honduras, Japan, Argentina, Russia, Lithuania and Brazil. Contact Terri Cummings at for more information.
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    58. Study Abroad College Admissions General Resources Information
    Growing Number of US Students studying abroad Study abroad Academic Year abroad Studyin Madrid or college and University International Rankings A compendium
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    Guide picks A collection of useful sites and resources giving a wide variety of info on studying outside the USA. These articles and sites are a must read for anyone considering going abroad to study.
    Summer Programs

    Want to study in the land of the Queen? This page carries links to various summer programs in England. GoAbroad Best of the Net has a comprehensive international education database with over 10,000 listings. Includes information that students want: price, program description, guides and more. Institute of International Education Best of the Net Search listings of over 4,000 academic year or short-term study abroad programs that can take American students, graduates, teachers, and other professionals to every corner of the earth.

    59. Studying Abroad In China With Diabetes
    as a program representative for the Center for Education abroad at Arcadia University,advising college students of the many benefits of studying abroad.
    About MIUSA/NCDE MIUSA Exchanges Back to Your Menu ... Publications Site Map Studying Abroad in China with Diabetes By Elise Read With a deep-fried scorpion staring at me from the end of my chopsticks, I couldn’t help but think how this delicacy in China would stump even my best diabetes doctors in the United States. How much insulin does my body require for a scorpion?! But without further hesitation, I decided to go for it and try to eat this creature whose biological design seemed to be speaking volumes to me: BEWARE! Insects with pinchers are not designed to be consumed. Fortunately, it didn’t bite or pinch my tongue, and whatever dosage of insulin I’d guessed upon seemed to be correct, as I’m still here to tell the tale. It’s experiences such as these that forever changed my life back in the spring of 1995, when I spent a semester studying Chinese at the Beijing Normal University’s College of Foreign Languages through CET Academic Programs. And it’s experiences such as these that I hope all college students can have at least once during their careers. In March of 1994, I was elated to receive a letter from the National Security Education Program (NSEP) Scholarship organization, notifying me that I had been granted funding for a full year of study in China. My elation was short-lived, however, as just one week later I was diagnosed with type I, insulin-dependent diabetes and was suddenly forced to contend with all of the physical and emotional changes such a diagnosis would mean.

    60. Barnard PoliSci - Studying Abroad
    and the Senior Seminar for Political Science Majors studying abroad. Before goingabroad you must fill out the descriptions from the program or college catalog.
    S TUDYING A BROAD Guidelines on Major Requirements, Colloquia, and the Senior Seminar for Political Science Majors Studying Abroad You can receive departmental credit for a maximum of two courses taken abroad, out of the total of nine courses required for the major, or one course taken abroad out of five courses required for the minor.
    Only one course taken abroad may be used for the colloquium requirement, and only if it is a small course (fewer than twenty students) and if a research paper is the major part of the grade. This requires the approval in writing of the chair of department, and is granted when you return from study abroad and provide a copy of the paper and the course syllabus for departmental review.
    Before going abroad you must fill out the Dean of Studies' Study Leave Course Approval Form (online, in PDF), listing the courses you plan to take. Please see the chair of department and provide course descriptions from the program or college catalog. This pre-approval does not guarantee you course credit from the department toward the major or minor. You get departmental credit when you return and fill out our course approval request , and provide a copy of the reading list or other course requirements. At the discretion of the department, courses that do not meet Barnard standards for workload or intellectual rigor will not be granted major or minor credit. (If in doubt, while you are abroad, you can fax or e-mail reading lists at the beginning of the term to the chair of the department.)

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