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January 30, 1997 - Image 8

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

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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.

KALAMAOO CO11MG
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
. Course work in the
language of the host
country
*Independent research
projects on a topic of
personal interest
KALAMAZOO COLLEGEE
Center for International Programs
1200 Academy Street
Kalamazoo, Michigan 49006-3295
(616) 337-7133

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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

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Intensive Language and Liberal Arts
Programs and Global Internships:
Put Together the Pieces of your Future.

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~~~"STUDY ABROAD

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NYI RONMENTAL
FIELD STUDIES ABROAD
Semester and Summer
hands-on field courses:
WildlifeAMa nagement
- Kenya

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ZIMBABWE

" ENGLAND

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ITALY

" HONG KONG

Rainforest Studies
- Australia
Coastal Stud1ies
- British Columbia

To learn more about how the world works, please contact:

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INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMS
232 Bay State Rd.. 5th Floor
Boston, MA, 02215
617/353-9888
abroad@bu.edu
http://web.bu.edu/abroad

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" C;ourse-work, internships & more
" Business programs in 3 countries
" Generous grants & academic scholarships

Sustainable Development
- Costa Rica
Alarine Resource Management
- Caribbean

COLLEGE CREDIT

FINANCIAL AID

Placement in f oreign universities

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

Application Deadline:
March 15", 1997 for Summer and Fall 1997 progranms

Anul opp//)or)tai jfirmacli I ctUion int~tutfionu.

SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 9 119 Euclid Avenuc * Syracuse. NY 1.3244-4170
1-800-23i-34172 " suahroad~svir.edu " littp:/lsuinweh.svr.eduldipa

"What a Great Exprec!

Study and travel around the world
"The most amazing international study program possible."
Global Ecology
Cultural Anthropology, Sustainability
and the Environment

Learning the Language.
Meeting people. Coming
face to face with history,
art and architecture,
culture, food and fun.

<w.. UNIVERSITY STUDIES
{ ABROAD
CONSORTIUM...
Small classes. Personal
attention. Fully accredited
- receive university
credit. We provide great
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language, history,
anthronnlo-v art.

Spend 8 months (September 1997- May 1998)
with the International Honors Program study-
ing global ecology and cultural anthropology in
England, India, Philippines, New Zealand
and Mexico. Small group, 30 students.
Work closely with international faculty team.
Homestays with families. Earn 32 under-

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