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Student Work Exchange
Program In Germany
Spend the summer of 2003 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, 2003.
For more information, contact
Professor Karen Howie, Northwestern Michigan
College,Traverse City, Michigan. (231)995-1170 or
FAX (231)995-1546 or e-mail: khowie@nmc.edu
Check out www.nmc.edu/-cie/germany

University of Michigan
On Campus Meeting January 29, 2003 from 2:00 - 3:00 p.m. at the:

International Center
603 East Madison
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109
Room 9


Looking for Adventure...?
Experience Japan
at the

Rothberg International School

Spend a semester or year living in Japan
No previous Japanese experience required
Scholarships and financial aid available
Earn University of Michigan Credit
All majors welcome
Sample courses for 2002-2003: Japanese Business &
Economics, Environmental Sciences in Japan,
Culture & Art courses, Internships
For more information Contact:
Office of International Programs
G-513 Michigan Union
(734) 764-4311


Gateway to the east...


The Office of International Programs
offers study abroad options to U-M students.
On OIP programs students earn in-residence
credit and in most cases financial aid can
be applied to program costs. Students are
also eligible for additional OIP scholarships.
Some OIP programs are even open to
For more information, please visit our
website or come to the OIP office during our
walk-in advising hours:
Monday through Thursday from 2-4 p.m.
Office of International Programs
- G-513 Michigan Union


Financial aid is available
to assist UM students
participating in UM
study abroad programs.

+ View instructions to apply for study abroad aid
at: www.finaid.umich.edu/abroad.htm.
* If you will be enrolled in a study abroad
program sponsored by the University of
Michigan, you may be considered for all aid
programs except Work-Study. Note: You must
apply for aid by completing a Free Application for
Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). If applying for
2003-04 Fall/Winter aid, you must also complete
an Applicant Data Form; for Spring/Summer
2003, you must also complete a Spring/Summer
Request for Funds.
+ If you will enroll in a study abroad program
sponsored by another institution/agency,
you must contact the program's host
institution/agency to inquire about financial aid.

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