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6 - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, January 28, 1999

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TEMPLE UNIVERSITY
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Abroad
FRANCE *Paris: French Language

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ITALY

* West African Civilization
*Mass Media in London *Art in Scotland
$Comparative Economics $Art and Culture
*International Business 0 Rome Summer Session
* Japanese Studies
*Spanish Language and Civilization
* Mediterranean Studies

JAPAN
SPAIN
TURKEY

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For more information, please clip and return to:
Temple University International Programs
Conwell Hall, 5th floor +Philadelphia, PA 19122
or telephone 215-204-4684 or email intiprog@vm.temple.edu
Name
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College/University
Please check all that apply:
D Send information on all of Temple's summer programs
J Send information only for the following summer program
I am also interested in Temple's semester program in:
OLondon ORome 0 Tokyo

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AIESEC offers paid intemships in89
countries, for Computer Science,
Business, Teaching ard Development.
Complete with an amazing
cultural experience.

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Hey Wolverines!

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

The University of Michigan sponsors programs in Europe,
Africa, Asia, Australia, and Latin America 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 01P on the ground floor of the Michigan Union to
find out about study abroad options through the University of
Michigan.

Financial Aid
Applicants
styiAbroad
Fin cjaI aid is it*iI~I tEd s$sist
UM stuents :S P ting in!Study
abroad ora approve d fo
UM1 T-iesidence credit.
To apply for aid:
o You must be enlled at UM for the term(s) that
you will be studing abroad;
4 Follow the Webnstructions to apply for aid
(http://www.firaid.umich.edu/abroad.htm);
o If applying for Fill/Winter aid, be sure to
complete an Aplicant Data Form (ADF),
available on ou Web site; and
o Contact the Off.e of Financial Aid (OFA) if
you have questiins.
Office of Financial Aid (OFt) 2011 SAB " 1212 Pierpont Commons
(734) 763-6600 * Veb: http://www.finaid.umich.edu

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The University of Michigan
Office of International Programs
6513 Michigan Union
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1349
734 764 4311 tel 734 764 3229 fax

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"What a Great Experience!"

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Learning the language. Meeting
people. Coming face to face with
history, art and architecture, culture,
food and fun.
UNIVERSITY
STUDIES ABROAD
CONSORTIUM...
Small classes. Personal attention. Fully
accredited - receive university credit.
We provide great classes in intensive,

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