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The International Programs irr
245 Chrysler Center, 2121
Ann Arbor, MI 481
Phone: (734) 64'
Fax: (734) 647-
www.engin.umich
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GERMANY
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Student Work Exchange
Program in Germany
Spend the summer of 2004 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, 2004.
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

SCIENCE

SWITZERLAND

www.bu.edu/abroad
Financial aid is available

INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMS
232 Bay State Road
Boston, MA 02215
617-353-9888
Fax: 617-353-5402

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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/apply_for_and_
receiveaid/applyingjforaid/abroad.asp.
-- If you will be enrolled in a study abroad
program sponsored by the University of Michigan,
you will be considered for all aid programs
except Work-Study. Note:You must apply
for aid by completing a Free Application for
Federal StudentAid (FAFSA) and otherforms
as noted on the Web page above.
-- If you will enroll in a study abroad program
sponsored by another institution/agency, contact
the Office of Financial Aid immediately to
review your options.

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It's not too late!

Spring and Summer Study Abroad
applications are being accepted through:
February 13, 2004
*Certain programs only - check the office (or our website) for details.
Canada England
Spain Austria Brazil
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www.umich.edu/-iinet/oip

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Rothberg International School

Live, Study and Work
Abroad While Earning
College Credit

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Year and semester-long programs in:
Japan China
England India
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Year-long program in
Comparative Religion in:
Taiwan * Thailand
India

Experiential learning
through cultural
immersion, academic
seminars, and independent
field study makes Friends
World the educational
experience of a lifetime.

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