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Central European Education and
Cultural Exchange (CEECE)
"Combine our Programs to Design your own Study Abroad Experience!"

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Budapest, Hungary
Apply now for Summer 2006 and the
Fall 2006/Winter 2007 Academic Year!

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*Students are accepted on a rolling basis

Study Abroad Opportunities for Engineers
The College of Engineering offers study abroad opportunitaoind the
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We offer English-speaking programs inot1Eng" shan n n fglish
locations. Internship /research opportunitis arevi1able. nancial
assistance is available. Stop by our office to*..id thebest program for you.
International Programs in Engineering
245 Chrysler Center, 2121 Bonisteel Blvd
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2192
Phone: (734) 647-7129
Fax: (734) 647-7081
www.engin.umich.edu/ipe

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Financial aid is available
to assist U-M students
participating in U-M
study abroad programs.
-- View instructions to apply for study
abroad aid at: www.finaid.umich.edu/apply_
and receive aid/applyingfor aid/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:
Depending upon the cost of your study abroad
program, we may or may not be able to meet
your full demonstrated financial need to attend.
-- 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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Over 80 programs in 36 countries
Earn U-M in-residence credit
Spend a summer, semester, or full year
Use financial aid, scholarships available
Many don't require a 2nd language
Study even after your first year
University of Michigan's Office of International Programs
6-513 Michigan Uinion (734) 764431 w.w.umich esh/~int/oIn nlotumich.edu

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Study Australia - An Adventure in MNI
Study Australia is the premier, full-service study-abroad program for students
wishing to live and study "down under." We are unrivaled in our:
Broad Academic Offerings: Diverse courses from 14 highly reputable Australian
and New Zealand universities
Experienced Staff: Program representatives stationed in Australia and the U.S. -
all of whom have first-hand experience living or studying down under
Guaranteed Housing Options: Permanent, prearranged housing in the most
enviable and convenient locations
Unmatched Student Preparation: Intense predeparture communication, unique
5-day orientation trips, and hands-on assistance throughout stay
Travel Safety, Simplicity, and Saving: Partner travel agents to assist with optional
discounted group flight and low airfares for inter/intra-country travel

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