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yotA Licket to LhAiVnA
English Teaching Program in
Shenzhen, China
Spend a year in Shenzhen teaching English and
learning Mandarin Chinese. This well-established,
government-sponsored program is now in its 11th year.
* August training in China to earn the TEFL in China
certificate. Housing and tours are included.
* Free housing at a Shenzhen public school where you
will teach oral English, 12 classroom hours per week,
Sept. 1to June 15; one or two participants per school
* Monthly salary, paid vacation, and travel bonus
* Chinese classes in Shenzhen, a Mandarin-speaking
modern city of 5 million near Hong Kong
" On-Site Coordinators
* Airline tickets reimbursed
Prior study of Chinese not required. Must be a native
speaker of English with college degree (by July 2008).
For more information and to apply, visit our web site
vvww. chinaprogram.org
or phone 901-857-2930

Student Work Exchange
Program in Germany
Spend the summer of 2008 working in southwest Germany
(6 weeks: )uly 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 deadlineL Mardh3 200.&
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.edt1
Check out www.mdul-cie/ermany
MOSCOW STUDY TOUR
MAY 10-25, 2008
An Introduction to the Culture
and History of Russia

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to assist U-M students
participating in U-M
study abroad programs.
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aid ai: www.finaidumich.edu/apply and_
receive-aidiapplying for aid/abroad asp.
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the Office oi Financial Aid immediately to
review your options.

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