The Michigan Daily - Thursday, January 28, 1999 - 7
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:firstname.lastname@example.org
Check out www.nmc.edu/~cie/germany
*Fall *Winter +Spring +Sumnwr +
ISIS is a study abroad program
specializing in the social sciences
within an international and cross-
" Electives taught in English
* Students required to take
Spanish at appropriate level
"- Homestays with Spanish
* Applications accepted on a
roiling admission basis
Prospective students are encouraged
to speak with current University of
Michigan students who have
participated on the ISIS program.
ISIS at Portland State University
Tel: (800) 547-8887 ext. 4029
The European Economy
A SUMMER COURSE
The European Parliament and the Council of Europe
May 26 through June 6,1999
an upper level credit course taught in English at
the Hood College Center in Strasbourg
* seminar environment " 3 days in Paris
" discussions, briefings, site visits
* tours, excursions - limited enrollment
For information or application contact:
Professor Joseph Dahms
Economics and Management Department
Frederick, MD 21701-8575
301-696-3687 2 Fax: 301-696-3771
Academic Year Study Abroad Program
in Strasbourg also available
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What's the difference?
Differences can be subtle, but they
exist. Keep this in mind when you're
comparing study abroad programs.
Make sure that the program you select
offers the services that you need while
you're away. Ask plenty of questions.
At Beaver College we are committed to providing quality, well-
supported programs that are academically sound. We employ a
network of staff around the world to be there for you when you
need us most. We have solid, accredited institutional support
for all our programs in Austria, Australia, Great Britain, Ireland,
Mexico and Greece. Discover the difference experience makes!
Study Abroad with
Fairfield University brings you the
AMERICAN STREAM PHYSICAL THERAPY
HOGESCHOOL VAN AMSTERDAM,
The Hogeschool van Amsterdam currently delivers 50 students
annually with outstanding physical therapy training to competitive
positions in the United States. Located on the outskirts of Amsterdam,
the school's state of the art facilities include the latest medical
equipment and technology. Extensive clinical affiliations, English
instruction and a faculty comprised of well respected working
professionals exposes students to an education second to none.
Applications are now being accepted for the 26-month program
beginning August 1999 towards a bachelor's degree in Physical Therapy.
If you are looking for a challenging academic experience, consider
the Hogeschool van Amsterdam.
FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL, WRITE OR VISIT OUR WEB SITE:
Summer '99 Programs
May 26-June 26/June 30- July 30
Wide variety of courses, earn 6 credits.
Internship opportunity, prestigious
Indian faculty, exciting"
excursions. All-inclusive program. Earn.
Germany and The Netherlands- -
May 30June 19
2 weeks in Rotterdam, 1 week in
Mlunster. Package includes site visits .,
and day trips. Earn 6 International
St. Petersburg, Russia-
June 6July 4
Fnin the"White ~Niv~t" ,of summenr Manvcultural tevents and jguided tours.
address: Tafelbergweg 51
1000 CN Amsterdam
phone: 0113120 652 12 00
fax: 011 31 20 652 13 93
web site: www.fysio.hva.nl/aspt/