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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

81. Florida Southern College Abroad
We believe every student at Florida Southern college would benefit fromthe richness of experiences best available by studying abroad.
Florida Southern College Abroad
This is your classroom.
Florida Southern students have studied in France, Venezuela, Mexico, England, Belize, the Bahamas, Italy, and aboard ship. They have studied Spanish and French intensively, learned the sciences from a European perspective, gotten "up close and personal" with marine life, toured the greatest art museums in Europe, and lived in some of the world’s most exciting cities.
Florida Southern College Abroad
We offer several study abroad opportunities featuring our own faculty:
  • May Option programs in England, Mexico, and Spain and Study Tour programs organized and sponsored by individual members of the Florida Southern faculty.
  • We have an affiliation with Regent's College in London, England, enabling FSC students to study there;

82. Ithaca College :: Honors Program
Ithaca college Honors Program. studying abroad Students interested in studyingabroad can also complete Honors requirements in eight semesters.
Ithaca College :: Honors Program
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Planning Ahead :: Majors/GenEd
Most Majors are completely compatible with the Honors program and its requirements for graduation. Many students enter into Ithaca as exploratory or 'undeclared' students- the Honors program provides a perfect opportunity to explore various fields before deciding on a major. There are a few majors which are not flexible enough to fit both degree requirements and honors requirements, such as biology with the teaching option and the B.F.A. in theater arts. These cases are rare, though. Some students have even completed double majors along with honors requirements.
Honors and General Education Requirements
Nearly all Honors courses carry GenEd designation, making GenEd requirements easier to fill with Honors. Taking Honors courses does not mean you must take extra courses; in fact, they help reduce the number of extraneous courses you must take.
Studying Abroad
Students interested in Studying Abroad can also complete Honors requirements in eight semesters. Again, some planning may be required, but it is possible. A few of our current Honors students who have double majors, teaching options, or minors have been able to go abroad.
To make studying abroad and off-campus semesters more convenient, students may also substitute an independent project for one intermediate seminar. The project must consist of an approximiately ten page paper on a topic specific to the off-campus location and, upon the student's return to campus, a presentation to the honors community about this project. Not only does this make studying abroad easier for students, it provides them with the opportunity to perform independent research and learn about their surroundings.

83. College Of Arts And Science :: Study Abroad - A World Of Opportunities
study abroad couselors at University of Saskatchewan International and the Collegeof Arts That is the beauty of studying abroad; it is surreal. Mark Seniuk
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"It is an incredible feeling to realize you have managed to make a life for yourself after facing language barriers, different systems and, at first, a sea of unfamiliar faces. The lessons learned and the leaps of confidence made are priceless... It is an exciting and challenging experience; there are days of frustration and loneliness, but it is in overcoming these moments that you realize what you are capable of."
- Andrea Hull -
The College of Arts and Science offers Study Abroad Programs in the following countries:
details Each program, university, and country has different requirements. Courses available, language requirements, and procedures vary. Prior to applying or registering at any host institution, you must consult with staff in the Dean's Office to obtain approval for coursework and ensure that the proper procedures are followed. IMPORTANT NOTE: New programs may be added and existing programs may not be available every year. Keep yourself up to date by talking to study abroad couselors at University of Saskatchewan International and the College of Arts and Science.

84. Advising For Sophomores
If you're in the college, check with the relevant college Assistant Dean with CareerServices about postgraduation plans for students studying abroad and test
Advising for Sophomores
This year, you will have to make one of the most important decisions of your college career - choosing your major. Here we offer you some resources to find the major that is right for you and to officially declare your major. Another option that is open to you this year is studying abroad. Spending a year or a semester overseas requires lots of planning, so we've provided a small checklist for students who decide to study at a foreign university in their junior year. For those students who are interested in fellowships, grants, and scholarships, a description of some of the awards available to you appears under the funding heading. And, of course, it's never too early to start planning what you will do after you graduate, so we have some information to get you started. We even have some thoughts on what to do with your summer and how to get involved with other students. Deciding on a Major - and Other Academic Options
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Deciding on a Major - and Other Academic Options
College sophomores must declare their majors by March 15 in order to be cleared for fall course registration. Susan or Linda can help students clarify their goals as well as fill out and sign necessary paperwork (The College of Arts and Sciences worksheet is a 2-page form requiring the signature of your BFS advisor and your Major faculty advisor).

85. NYU Advisement: College Of Arts And Science: Study Abroad
Interested students should contact the college Advising Center and Study abroad AdmissionsOffice NYU students studying at NYU study abroad centers remain
NYU study abroad programs are designed for selected undergraduate students in colleges and universities throughout the United States who want to study ab road. A full array of courses is offered in English as well as in the language of each country. Students may choose to study abroad for one semester or an entir e academic year. Whether they decide to study in English or another language, NYU study abroad programs will enhance their education in ways tht will last a lifetime. During the academic year, students may study at NYU sites in Buenos Aires, Florence, London, Madrid, Paris, and Prague. Plans are in place for more sites to be added in subsequent years. NYU also offers a broad array of summer programs for NYU and visiting students as well as exchange programs for NYU students.
College of Arts and Science Students CAS students in good standing are encouraged to study abroad for a semester or a year through an NYU or exchange program. Interested students should contact the College Advising Center and Study Abroad Admissions Office (

86. Study Abroad, Off-Campus Study, Claremont McKenna College
the more pragmatic concerns of public affairs, Claremont McKenna college helps students 58%of the class of 2002 spent a semester or full year studying abroad.
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Study Abroad By combining the intellectual breadth of the liberal arts with the more pragmatic concerns of public affairs, Claremont McKenna College helps students acquire the vision, skills, and values they will need to lead society. -CMC Catalog In today's complex and interdependent world nearly every issue, from trade to environmental problems, carries a global dimension. CMC is strongly committed to educating future leaders for whom the need for global expertise is unparalleled today. Heeding the call to begin preparing for borderless careers, 58% of the class of 2002 spent a semester or full year studying abroad. Study abroad allows students to expand their education and to acquire an international perspective needed to function in a global society. Study abroad alumni report a greater sensitivity to global issues and a deeper understanding of the challenges facing us in the Twenty-First century. Many students are also bewildered at how much they learned about the United States while they were away. Fougeret de Monbron said it best when in 1761 he wrote:

87. Washington College - Office Of International Students And Programs
their academic work at Washington college, and to guarantee that all the necessarysteps are taken to receive credit for classes taken while studying abroad.
Guidelines for Studying Abroad
Students wishing to participate in a study abroad program should follow the instructions listed below to insure proper integration of the experience with their academic work at Washington College, and to guarantee that all the necessary steps are taken to receive credit for classes taken while studying abroad.
  • Make an appointment to speak with Coordinator Kelly Keer. To do so, contact Kelly Keer at the Office of International Students and Programs, Foster House, at extension 7762.
  • Speak with your advisor to insure that going abroad will fit into your academic calender, that is, will enable you to make desired progress toward the degree.
  • Once you have decided on a particular program, an Application for Study Abroad, may be obtained from The Office of International Students and Programs. Completed applications must be returned by March 15 for fall programs and October 15th for spring programs. Due dates for the special sessions are determined by the faculty director. Most programs have limited enrollment, so applicants may be considered by the receipt date of their fully completed applications.
  • 88. FCFLRC: Five College Study Abroad Programs
    Five college Study abroad Programs. Amherst college Career CenterGuide to studying abroad; Hampshire college International Studies;
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    For Programs in Specific Languages Click on the Language Below: Arabic Chinese Czech Dutch ... Urdu

    89. Mills College: Study Abroad Program, What Mills Students Say...
    studying abroad is disorienting, but as a result of this During my study abroad experience,I the world. Jelana Woodward, Marymount London college program '98
      Mills Study Abroad Program What Mills Students Say...
      Why Study Abroad? Where in the World Can I Study?
      Which are the Sponsoring Institutions?
      What are the Rules of the Game? ... Study Abroad Office Hours
      "The SIT diaspora studies program incorporated styles of learning I had never been exposed to. It combined traditional in-class lectures with informal learning experiences. We had field excursions in which we went to archaeological sites for lectures, and we had the opportunity to sit at the feet of elders who told us first hand accounts of rebellion against slavery. Everyone told me that studying abroad would change my life and the way I see the world. I just had no idea how profound that change would be."
      Breonna Cole, School for International Training in Ghana
      Spring '99
      "Studying abroad is disorienting, but as a result of this disorientation, you really get to find out who you are. The alterity is discomforting, but ultimately, it is the best tool in helping you discover how strong you can be. You will amaze yourself at how well you can adapt to foreign surroundings. It's a challenge all of us need to take onat least once in our lifetimes."
      Anna Sacramento, Academic Programs Abroad in Montpellier

    September 11 has not discouraged our students from studying abroad, says Gilles offoreign nationals enrolled in its programs among any college or university
    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE November 18, 2002 Contact:
    Ronnie Hess, Director of Communications/Publications
    International Institute at (608) 262-5590 or
    NATIONAL AND LOCAL CONTACTS ARE LISTED BELOW MORE AMERICANS STUDYING ABROAD, INTERNATIONAL STUDENT ENROLLMENT IN THE UNITED STATES UP M adison, WI More American students are studying abroad, and international student enrollment in the United States is up, according to figures released today (November 18, 2002) by the Institute of International Education (IIE) in its annual report on international education, Open Doors 2002. The IIE's findings are mirrored at the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus, according to the UW's International Academic Programs (IAP) or study abroad programs. EDS: See for the IIE's Open Doors 2002 report, or contact the IIE at the numbers/e-mails listed above. For more information on UW-Madison study abroad programs, contact Mike Hinden, also listed above. A complete data report on International Academic Programs for AY 2001-02 is available from the IAP office. For more information on UW-Madison international enrollments, contact Judy Brodd at International Student Services, also above. The number of UW-Madison students studying abroad in 2001-02 for UW-Madison credit on programs offered through the IAP increased to 688 students, up 11% over 2000-01 figures. An approximate total of 1,320 students participated in UW-Madison study abroad programs across the campus, or received UW credits while participating in non-Madison or "independent" programs in 2001-02, up from 1,299 the year before. According to the IIE, the UW-Madison ranks seventh among research institutions in total numbers of students abroad. Unlike many of the top ranking institutions that have high numbers due to large enrollments in short term programs, the UW sends most students abroad for one or two full terms. Campus-wide, 69% of students abroad participated for one term or two full terms in 2001-02, compared to the national average of 45%.

    91. Study Abroad Options - Political Science Department - Elizabethtown College
    studying abroad. Copyright © 2002 Elizabethtown college All Rights Reserved Maintained by Mark D. Boyer Last updated on Sunday, February 10, 2002.
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    92. Study Abroad Programs
    Options Incoming Students studying abroad Contact Us LOCAL INDEX. studying abroad. Australia. Chile Most engineering studyabroad programs are arranged on an individual basis.

    93. WELCOME To IEFC, Student Loans For Studying Abroad
    Offers loans to international students in US colleges and US students studying abroad.

    WELCOME to IEFC, Student Loans for Studying Abroad The International Education Finance Corporation (IEFC) is the premier provider of international student loan programs for the rapidly growing population of students who wish to study in foreign countries. Over 20,000 students to date have reached their goal of financing their international educations through our innovative and unique loan programs. No other organization has our experience or expertise in financing the international education experience using both the Federal Stafford Loan program and international alternative private loan options. To discover how IEFC can help you achieve your international education goal, select the category on the menu bar above that best reflects your status.
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    94. Program Directories Menu
    SUNY Brockport Oxford, London and Worldwide, Central college Central college abroad,Syracuse University Division of International Programs abroad, Semester at Program Directories Menu Welcome to, the online study abroad programs directory. Here you will find listings for thousands of study abroad programs in more than 100 countries throughout the world. You will also find hundreds of links to study abroad program home pages and a wealth of related information.
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    Abroad Semester at Sea Institute for Shipboard Education ISA International Studies Abroad SUNY International Education The State University of New York SUNY New Paltz State College of New York Institute for the International Education of Students AIFS American Institute for Foreign Study USAC University Studies Abroad Consortium Lexia International CEA Cultural Experiences Abroad
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    95. Daily Nebraskan - Studying Abroad Raises Questions About Home
    The Daily Nebraskan is the official student produced publication for the University of Nebraska Lincoln.
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    Studying abroad raises questions about home
    September 06, 2002
    I study abroad how I study on the can: like crap. Of all the little clichés and phrases you hear in college, studying abroad is one of my top-five least favorite. When I hear someone go on about how he or she studied abroad, it makes me want to puke on that person's shoes. Yes, if studying abroad means going to class in another country, then I suppose lots of people I know have fulfilled the definition. But you know what going to class in this country entails? Very little studying, that's for sure. Very much drinking and watching TV for starters, and then there's going to clubs and schmoozing with chicks way out of your league. When I study, but not abroad, I usually play my Nintendo or watch Saturday Night Live reruns. And if you think for two seconds that the nerd sitting next to you who studied abroad last semester did any more studying than you did while playing Quake 3 last semester, *vous etes le derriere de la vache mort.*

    96. UT Austin College Of Engineering Study Abroad Regulations
    Study Abroad Regulations
    All Study Abroad Students must complete the Study Abroad Form and Essay in order to assure that the Engineering Scholarship Program is informed of the semesters the student will be away and when the student will be in school and eligible for scholarship awards.
    • All students planning to study abroad must complete the essay described in the form below. A scholarship recipient studying abroad typically must be taking 6 hours toward an engineering degree or 12 hours towards a dual major degree to be eligible for a scholarship award the semester away. A student eligible for the scholarship the semester away will receive the other half of the scholarship award the next semester if enrolled full time at UT-Austin. The scholarship recipient studying abroad will receive one half of the scholarship award for each semester enrolled at UT-Austin full time if she/he does not meet the study abroad requirements listed above. For the multi-year scholarship recipient, the full number of semester scholarship awards will be awarded provided that all criteria for continuation are met.
    Study Abroad Form Study Abroad Students may complete the form below and submit it to the Engineering Scholarship Program via the web. Study Abroad Forms are also available in the Engineering Scholarship Program Office, ECJ 2.106.

    97. Wiredscholar
    abroad. Sometimes study abroad is cheaper than studying at your owncollege. And study abroad isn't just for foreign language majors.

    98. Study Abroad By Kenji Kitao And S. Kathleen Kitao
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    99. Studying Abroad Offers Students World Of Opportunities
    studying abroad offers students world of opportunities By Sarah Haner email CollegianStaff Writer. Everyone should consider studying abroad, Schreiber said.

    100. Eligibility And Financial Aid - Study Abroad - Barnard College
    language proficiency exam or courses taken at another college or university For studentsstudying the sciences or mathematics abroad, language requirements

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