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8A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, January 29, 1998

Student Work Exchange
Program in Germany
Spend the summer working in southwest Germany
(6 weeks: July to mid-August). Students live with
a German host family. Requirements include fluent
German speaking and writing skills and relevant
work experience. Students are responsible for
airfare, course registration, application fee, and
personal spending money. Application deadline is
March 1. For more information, contact Professor
Karen Howie, Northwestern Michigan College,
Traverse City, Michigan. (616) 922-1170 or
FAX (616) 922-1546 or e-mail: khowie@nmc.edu
Experience Seville, a crossroads of cultures, a crucible of history
Study in Spain
Upper Division Spanish Studies Program
(Fall, Spring, and Academic Year)
Center for Explore language, literature, history, art,
sociology, business, and politics, taught in
rosS ~N jultural Spanish, and TEFL.
Intensive Intermediate Program in
Study Spanish Language and Culture
Progress to the advanced level. Fall or
Spring Semester program integrates
eville, Spain language, literature, civilization, and
current events.
January Term
Challenge yourself! Intensive language
For information courses and Spanish Poetry or Theater
or a video, contact: Summer Programs
Director, CC-Cs. Focus on Spain. Two three-and-one-half
Department CN week sessions offer Spanish language
446 Main Street, courses at all levels, plus literature,
Amherst, MA theater, history, and Jewish, Muslim, and
01002-2314 Spanish Civilization. Ask about our new
Tel: (413) 256-001 Iinternational business course taught in
Tel:(413 2560011English.
(800) Espana -l
Fax: (413) 256-1968 New Cuba Program
http://www.cccs.com Introduction to contemporary Cuba.
Taught in English & Spanish in Havana.
email: cccs@crocker.com 3-weeks in June or January.
Excellence since 1969 in College-Level Spanish Studies, in
Cooperation with U.S. Colleges and Universities
* Wide-ranging courses
* Internships & service-learning
* Business programs in 3 countries

* Organized study-travel
* Grants, scholarships, loans
* Placement in foreign universities
SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 119 Euclid Avenue Syracuse, NY 13244-4170
1-800-235-3472 suabroad@syr.edu http://sumweb.syr.edu/dipa
University of Wisconsin-Platteville
"If you have built castles in the air,
your work need not be lost.
That is where they should be.
Now put the foundations under them."
--Henry David Thoreau
Learn Your Way Around The World
* Study abroad in Seville, Spain, or London, England,
for a summer, for a semester or for a full academic year
* Courses in liberal arts and international business
* Fluency in a foreign language nqj required
* Home-stays with meals
* Field trips

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