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  1. Guide to Studying Abroad (College Admissions Guides) by Princeton Review, 2004-06-01
  2. Register of Canadians studying abroad.: An article from: Canadian Chemical News by Eileen Garvey, 1989-07-01
  3. Study Abroad/Etudes a L'Etranger/Estudios En El Extranjero: 2004-2005 (Study Abroad/Etudes a L'etranger/Estudios En Extranjero)
  4. Studying and Working in Spain by Michael Newton, Graham Shields, 2002-05-03
  5. The International Student's Survival Guide: How to Get the Most from Studying at a UK University by Gareth Davey, 2008-05-18
  6. Studying and Working in Germany by Peter James, David Kaufman, 2002-04-20

1. International Education Site For Study Abroad Advice
the right combination of course, college and country is probably one of the most important decisions any student who is considering studying abroad will ever
Study Abroad for an International Education The International Education Site is a FREE guide to study abroad information, advice and opportunities for students worldwide who are considering studying overseas. Including university advice, college search facilities, student profiles, and articles from the leading journals on international education.
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Remember, choosing the right combination of course, college and country is probably one of the most important decisions any student who is considering studying abroad will ever have to face. So take your time to visit the different sections of this site, they are all very, very different and each includes a huge amount of information and advice.
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2. Studying Abroad Is Popular Option Among Minnesota College Students, website of Star Tribune, newspaper of the Twin Cities of the top 20 research institutions for studying abroad, is 13th on this year's list and received The college's longstanding commitment to studying abroad is partly cultural, Quade
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Studying abroad is popular option among Minnesota college students
Mary Jane Smetanka, Star Tribune December 3, 2003 Editor's note: A story on Wednesday said incorrectly that St. Olaf College in Northfield, Minn., sent a higher percentage of its students abroad in 2001-02 than any other baccalaureate college in the nation. St. Olaf sent the highest number of students abroad. Minnesota college students may be smack in the middle of the continent and far from oceans, but they're not shy about spending part of their college years abroad. St. Olaf College in Northfield, which has emphasized international study for more than a half century, sent more students abroad in 2001-02 than any other baccalaureate institution in the nation, according to a recent report by the Institute of International Education. St. Olaf has held that top spot since at least the mid-1990s.

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4. Welcome To Anatolia
A sixyear high school and US-accredited liberal arts college. Information about academics, alumni, and studying abroad. Thessaloniki, Greece.
a six-year Greek high school a U.S.-accredited business and liberal arts college in Greece
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5. Adelaide Buckingham College Of English
Intensive classes for international students studying abroad. Courses include general, professional and academic English as well as teacher training.

6. College Of The Holy Cross | Study Abroad
The college strongly encourages students to consider the option of studying abroad in their third year as an integral part of their college career. Study abroad programs and policies reflect the college's educational mission and provide an exciting and fully credited complement to the many programs available to students on campus.
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7. Studying Abroad? - Boston College
Information on finding US Internships before going abroad career center internships studying abroad? 2003 The Trustees of Boston college. Legal.
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8. Smith Study Abroad Home And Index
arts curriculum that it is included in the Smith college comprehensive fee—students studying in Northampton and students studying abroad generally pay the
Every year, Smith students study in Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America, and English-speaking countries in both hemispheres. Smith runs year-long programs in Florence, Geneva, Hamburg, and Paris . that are open to students from across the country.
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9. Georgia Perimeter College - Studying Abroad In The US - Facts & Figures
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10. Studying Abroad Through The Smith College English Department
question of how long you d like to be abroad at some universities, it s possible to study for a semester or for a year, at others (Trinity college Dublin, for
They now walked on in silence; each of them deep in thought. Elizabeth was not comfortable; that was impossible; but she was flattered and pleased. . . . He then asked her to walk into the housebut she declared herself not tired, and they stood together on the lawn. At such a time, much might have been said, and silence was very awkward. She wanted to talk, but there seemed an embargo on every subject. At last she recollected that she had been travelling . . . Jane Austen, Pride and Prejudice Over the years many Smith English majors have spent all or part of their junior years (occasionally, part of their senior years) abroad. Most, predictably, have attended universities in England, Scotland, or Ireland, but some have chosen Smith's own programs in Paris, Hamburg, Florence, or Geneva, and a few hardy travelers have ventured as far as Australia. Coming back to Northampton, our English majors have almost invariably reported favorably on their experiencesand they have been able to apply credits earned abroad to the English Department requirements with relative ease (see below). How do you choose where to go? Smith's list of approved institutions currently lists twenty-two in England, six in Scotland, one in Wales, four in the Republic of Ireland, one in Northern Ireland, eight in Australia, and one in New Zealand. Even if we disregard a few of these as being unlikely destinations for English majors (the London School of Economics, the Laban Dance Centre), there are still many possibilities. At present, the English Department publishes no officially recommended list of its ownthough perhaps in the fullness of time it will; we are interested in making sure that our majors have the best possible educational experiences abroad, and we hope to begin evaluating (in a modest way) the various universities' programs.

11. USC SAFETI Clearinghouse On-Line Newsletter Treatment Of Sexual
SAFETI OnLine Newsletter. Volume 1, Number 2, Spring - Summer 2000. Sexual Harassment And Prevention In college Students studying abroad. By Nancy Newport, RN, LPC. Licensed Professional Counselor .

12. Applying To And Studying In Europe, The US, The UK, Other Countries Around The W
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13. America's Best Colleges 2004: Most Students Studying Abroad
Following are the schools with the highest percentage of students who study abroad. School, Percent. University of Judaism (CA), 87%. Kalamazoo college (MI), 83%.

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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) DePauw University (IN) Yeshiva University (NY) University of Judaism (CA) Kalamazoo College (MI) Earlham College (IN) University of Dallas Huntingdon College (AL) Colby College (ME) Bates College (ME) Centre College (KY) Colgate University (NY) Carleton College (MN) Goshen College (IN) Union College (NY) Lyon College (AR) Rhodes College (TN) Austin College (TX) Eastern Mennonite University (VA) Scripps College (CA) St. Olaf College (MN) Connecticut College Dartmouth College (NH) Elon University (NC) Wellesley College (MA) Beloit College (WI) Eckerd College (FL) Lewis and Clark College (OR) Chatham College (PA) Colorado College Hollins University (VA) Franciscan U. of Steubenville (OH) Lawrence University (WI) Grinnell College (IA) Willamette University (OR) Gustavus Adolphus College (MN) Linfield College (OR) Macalester College (MN) Calvin College (MI) Pomona College (CA) Westmont College (CA) Worcester Polytechnic Inst.

14. Global Learning
Office of Molloy college offers students the opportunity to spend a summer, a semester or a full academic year studying abroad in college affiliated programs
Semester Programs Short-Term Programs Special Programs Other Programs Recommendations For Overseas Travelers The Global-Learning Office of Molloy College offers students the opportunity to spend a summer, a semester or a full academic year studying abroad in College affiliated programs around the world. Committed to the belief that a true liberal arts education should expose students not only to diverse ideas but also to different cultures and ways of life, Molloy encourages all of its students to consider the possibility of foreign study at some point during their college years. Molloy is also committed to keeping its study abroad programs among the most affordable in the country, so that as many students as possible can avail themselves of this wonderful opportunity. Molloy Goes Global Why Study Abroad?

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16. FinAid | Other Types Of Aid | Domestic Exchange And Study Abroad Programs
Community college students both two-year and transfer - are particularly encouraged to Grant at the time of application and cannot be studying abroad in a
Domestic Exchange and Study Abroad Programs Domestic Exchange Programs: Nationwide National Student Exchange (NSE)
The National Student Exchange is a not-for-profit consortium of U.S. colleges and universities. Operating like study abroad, NSE provides students with access to courses and other resources at over 135 colleges and universities in 47 states and 3 U.S. territories. The program includes tuition reciprocity.
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Fax: 1-219-436-5676 Domestic Exchange Programs: Regional [In addition to the programs listed below, the following states have their own two-state exchange programs: Wisconsin and Minnesota; California and Nevada; and Indiana and Illinois.] Academic Common Market
(Southeast: Alabama, Arkansas, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia and West Virginia)
The Academic Common Market lets students from participating states study out-of-state at in-state tuition rates.

17. Business Study Abroad
our college, the University of Illinois has Exchange Program Agreements with over 100 institutions worldwide. Students have the option of studying abroad for a
The College of Business is seriously committed to preparing students to work and compete in an international business environment. To that end, we are designing new courses and other study opportunities that have an international focus. These courses will enable us to offer international tracks for undergraduate students in the College. We also strongly support foreign language study and participation in a study abroad program. Indeed, we believe that a study abroad experience should be an integral part of international business study.
The opportunities for study abroad are many. In addition to programs sponsored by our College, the University of Illinois has Exchange Program Agreements with over 100 institutions worldwide. Students have the option of studying abroad for a summer, a semester, or the entire academic year. Most students study abroad in their junior year; however, with proper planning, students are able to participate in an exchange program anytime after they have completed one year of coursework on the Urbana campus. Located in 214 David Kinley Hall If you have any comments regarding this website, please email the

18. Global Studies @ The College Of St. Catherine
Predeparture orientations; Re-entry gatherings; Campus support and representation while studying abroad; 2004 The college of St. Catherine.

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Welcome to the Office of Global Studies... let the world be your classroom! T HE O FFICE OF G LOBAL S TUDIES P ROVIDES:
  • Individual study abroad advising sessions
  • Campus visits by international program representatives
  • Campus discussions with faculty members and students with international experience
  • Pre-departure orientations
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  • Campus support and representation while studying abroad
  • Library of International Resources/Country Specific Resources
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19. Columbia College Study Abroad
Other prerequisites may apply, and students interested in studying abroad should consult their class dean. college transfer students should note that they are
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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:

20. Study Abroad :: Undergraduate Academic Programs :: Saint Mary's College Of Calif
Undergraduate Academic Programs Study abroad. Saint Mary s college views studying abroad as a rewarding educational and crosscultural experience.

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Saint Mary's College views studying abroad as a rewarding educational and cross-cultural experience. It furnishes qualified students the opportunity to participate meaningfully in another culture. Various study abroad options for Saint Mary's student reflect different purposes and different academic commitment.
  • January Term travel classes are not open to all students and allow for one month of guided travel and study abroad.
  • Summer study or travel abroad requires minimal preparation and can be acceptable for limited college course credit.
  • Formal enrollment for one semester or year abroad is more challenging and requires more preparation than the January Term or summer study experience.
Saint Mary's students study abroad at numerous foreign universities with programs in Europe, Africa, Latin America and Asia. Saint Mary's is a member of the Council on International Education and Exchange, which has programs in Argentina, China, the Czech Republic, Ghana, Korea, Russia, Vietnam, and a number of other countries. Some of the programs have special emphases such as the Tropical Biology program in Costa Rica or the Spanish Mediterranean Language and Area Studies at the University of Alicante. You can use the Internet to locate information about their programs: In addition, Saint Mary's sponsor's semester aboard programs at

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