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6B - The Michigan Daily - Wutm4, tU. - Thursday, February 1, 1996

Hey Wolverines!
If you want to Study Abroad,
don't look any further than the
Michigan Union!

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FRIENDS WORLD
PROGRAM

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The University of Michigan sponsors programs in Europe,
Africa, Asia, Australia, and Latin America and the
Caribbean for the academic year, semester and summer.
We're sure we can help you find a program that is right for
you!
Students who attend UM programs earn in-residence credit
and may use financial aid to help cover program costs.
Stop by the OIP on the ground floor of the Michigan Union
to find out about study abroad options through the
University of Michigan.

BLAND June2 - July 3
'Irish Storytelling and Folklore'
$2385.00 plus tuition
ITLY ~ June 3- 20
Cross Cultural Issues
in International Health"
$1995.00 plus tuition
ENGLAND August I - 19
E Management Issues
in Community Service"
$1995.00 plus tuition
RUSSIA & EUROPE
July 11 - August 4
'Europe and Russia Today'
$5716.00 plus tuition
CANADA June 17 - 29
'Shakespeare-
$490.00 plus tuition

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Study in
Costa Rica,
India, China,
England,
Israel, Japan
or Kenya

Be part of a Learning Community of students and faculty dedicated
to global and socially responsible education.
Earti Transfer credit or an accredited Bachelor's degree.
Immerse yourself in local culture through homestays, fieldtrips, lan-
guage training, and independent study.
Design your own studies. Among the possibilities are environmental
studies, conflict resolution, education, music, creative arts, women's
studies, alternative medicine and healing, anthropology and compar-
ative religion.

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The University of Michigan
Office of International Programs
G513 Michigan Union ,
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109-1349
313 764 4311 tel 313 764 3229 fax

For Additional Information:

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International Studies Office
Slippery Rock University
Slippery Rock, PA 16057
Tel:(412)738-2603
Fax: (412) 738-2959
E-Mail: SJK@SRUVM.SRU.EDU

Friends World Program - Admissions
Long Island University
Southampton College
239 Montauk Highway
Southampton, NY 1 1968-4198
Phone: (516) 287-8466
Fax: (516) 287-8463

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LONGISIAND
Education That WorksTM

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STUDY ABROAD IN ISRAEL FOR CREDIT

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THE HEBREW UNIVERSITY OF
JERUSALEM
Rothberg School For Overseas Students

- ONE YEAR AND

SEMESTER PROGRAMS
" GRADUATE STUDIES
" SUMMER COURSES

E NVIRONMENTAL
FIELD STUDIES ABROAD
Semester and Summer
hands-on field courses:
Wildlife Management
- Kenya
Rainforest Studies
- Australia
Island Management Studies
- Palau
Coastal Studies
- British Columbia
Sustainable Development
- Costa Rica
Marine Resource Management
- Caribbean

FRIENDS WORLD
PROGRAM

COMPARATIVE
RELIGION AND

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CULTURE

COURSES TAUGHT IN ENGLISH
Areas of Specialization:
. International Relations -Judaic Studies
" Hebrew Language *Archaeology
" Middle East/Islamic Studies *"Arabic
" Comparative Religion " Life Science
* Israel Studies * Pre-Med Studies

Three 10-Week Terms: Japan, India and
Israel plus visits to Thailand, Nepal
and Italy

COLLEGE CREDIT

FINANCIAL AID

* Pursue your academic studies of religion, anthropology,
international studies... through actually participating in
and experiencing various religions & cultures
" Live in a Buddhist temple, a Tibetan monastery, a Hindu
Mission and participate in religious rituals and festivals.
. Earn 30 undergraduate credits: all are welcome to apply

" Financial Aid Availablee"

For More Information Call:
The Office of Academic Affairs
11 East 69th Street, New York, NY 10021
1-800-404-8622 or 212-472-2288

AND INTRODUCING
The Center for Wetlands Studies
in Baja, Mexico
(Opening in the Fall of 1996)
FOR A FREE COURSE CATALOGUE, PLEASE WRITE OR CALL:
THE SCHOOL FOR FIELD STUDIES
Box 3, 16 Broadway
Beverly, MA 01915
(508) 927-7777

Admissions Office, Box MD
Friends World Program
Long Island University
Southampton College
239 Montauk Highway
Southampton, NY 11968-4198
(516) 287-8475

LONGISLAND
Education That Wor*sTM

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Eastern Michigan University
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CULTURAL
HISTORY TOURS
Earn Academic Credit While
Traveling Throughout:
Europe and the Mediterranean
(40 cities in 9 countries)
OR

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IALMoo COLUGE
STUDY ABROAD
IN AFRICA
KENYA
SENEGAL
ZIMBABWE
Each of the Kalamazoo
programs in Africa features:
. Course work in university
classes
. Specially-arranged
courses on various topics
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next year

Spend 8 months studying global ecology and cultural
anthropology in England,'Turkey, India,
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