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The Michigan Daily - Wu4*ia, c4. - Thursday, February 1, 1996 - 7B

4< ACADEMIC PROGRAMS ABROAD
+ PRI -MONTPELLIER
A full academic year or semester
of university study
at the undergraduate or graduate levels

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Study Abroad can be
the best part of your

education!

*Flexible and individually adapted curriculum
*Total immersion *Oultural activities
*Homestay *Guidance and Support
For information write or call : Academic Programs Abroad
6 Greenfield avenue, BRONXVILLE, NY 10708-2502
Tel. 91 4- 779 373~ FAX 914 -779 0482

We offer overseas study programs in the humanities,
social and natural sciences, language and area studies,
international business, direct enrollment possibilities, and
more. It's affordable!

Costa Rica
Korea*

Year or Semester
Scotland* Denmark* Brazil China Singapore*
Puerto Rico England* Netherlands* Wales*
Spain Germany Japan* Russia

Find out about the Center for Global Education's
nationally-acclaied....
Undergraduate Study Abroad Programs
Mexico/Central America
" Women & Development
* Gender & the nvironment
Guatemala, El Salvador, Nicaragua
"Sustainable Development & Social Change
Namibia/South Africa
_~ ' "Southern African Socicites in Transition
"'Women & Development
The Center for Global Education at Augsburg College 1-800-299-8889
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Summer Programs

Germany

Hungary* Korea*

Russia

W fers coursework in English *
Office of International Programs
(518) 442-3525
e-mail: oipua@csc.albany.edu

AT ALBANY
UNIVERSITYATLBN
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SAIL INTO SUMMER

University of
Mssouri-Columbia
Summer Study Abroad

DUKE UNIVERSiTY offers 14 different summer study
abroad opportunities during summer 1996. We have 6-week
2-course or double-course programs and 4-week 1-course
programs. Study art in Italy or the Netherlands; drama in
London; jazz in Italy; biogeography in the Land Down
Under; an archeological dig in Galilee and languages in
Germany, France, Russia and Spain.

Whaut a world of study opportunities!

Amazon Biology 301
Peruvian Amazon

The American University in Bulgaria
Te Balkan Summer Studies Institute
in Blagoevgrad, BULGARIA
Courses offered:
May 19 -June 28
(All courses tentative pending enrollment)
All 3 semester hours credit:
Balkan Regional Literature
(English - Collins and staff)
Comparative Sociology of the Balkans
(Sociology - Tarif a)
Computer Machine Learning
(Computer Science - Nikolaev)
Rise and Decline of International Communism
(History - V. Pederson)
History of the Balkans - Modern Period
(History - Firkatian)
Bulgarian Literary Translation
(English - Harteis)
(More courses expected to be added)
Session 2:
July 8 - Aug. 2.
Summer Studies Program: Identity and Community
International multi-disciplinary program by the institute for
southeastern European cooperation and development. (4 cr.)
Julyl1 -Aug. 15:
Archeology Field School. Applied field experience at AUBG's
own 3,000-year-old archeological site near Blagoevgrad and
AUBG Archeology Laboratory. Field school offered in
cooperation with Brooklyn College, New York City. (3 cr.)
for more information, contact: Dee Cottrill
AUBG, 1 750 K St. NW, Washington, D.C. 20009
(202) 828-4454 or (202) 857-2340
Fax: (202) 857-2342

Australia..6b/20-8/5
FlandffsJNetherlands..6/29-8/9
France, Panis..6/30-8/ l0
Germany, Erlangen..5/13-+6/29
Greece..5/18-6/18
India..5/14-6/14
Israel, Galiee. .5/20-6/29

Italy, Florence..5/ 10-6/21
Italy-Jazz.. 5/16-6/27
Russia, St.Petersburg.5/9-6/29
Spain, Madrid..5/25-7/6
UK-Cambridge. .6/29-8/9
UJK-London-Drama. . 6/27-8/8
UK--Oxford. .7/5-8/17

Two trip dates scheduled:
May 25-June 1, 1996
July 13-July 20, 1996
3 credit hours each

For detailed information and applications, contact us at the
Office of Foreign Academic Programs, Duke University,
121 Allen Bldg., Box 90057, Durham, NC 27708-0057;
Tel. (919) 684-2174; Fax. (919) 684-3083,
or Internet skay@mail0.admduke.edu

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We invite you to join us!

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Art 101 &301
Florence, Italy

You want to study in Australia,
but don't know where to start?

No Worries!!

Two- 3 week sessions:
May 30-June 21, 1996
June 17-July 8, 1996
3 credit hours

If you don 't know Bamaga
from Wagga Wagga the
Australian Education
Office can help. For
questions about study
abroad and summer
programs, law schools
and medical schools, re-

6 week session:
May 30-July 8, 1996
6 credit hours

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search opportunities and fac-
ulty exchange in Australia, consider the AEO your

Deadline for enrollment{

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