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  • Programs>Brochure>Cornell University
    Social Sciences departments and the peninsular Colleges are set among shops and residences close to the city centre The Science departments and some of the Social Science departments are on the self contained Science Site less than ten minutes walk from the city centre The hill Colleges are clustered around the Science Site ACADEMIC PROGRAM The pattern of teaching at Durham as at most British universities aims to encourage and promote a high level of independent and self directed study As well as formal teaching sessions lectures seminars tutorials and practicals students are expected to learn to work for themselves weighing up and presenting the different material and arguments presented in extensive reading lists all with the guidance and advice of course tutors Program website http www dur ac uk international office COURSE LISTINGS Departments at Durham are divided into the following broad subject areas Accounting see Economics Anthropology see also Archaeology Archaeology see also Anthropology Biological Sciences Botany see Biological Sciences Business Chemistry Classics Computer Science East Asian Studies Economics and Finance Education Engineering English Studies French Geography Geological Sciences German History see also Classics Russian East Asian Studies Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies Italian Law Linguistics and English Language Management see Business Mathematical Sciences Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies Music Philosophy including History and Philosophy of Science Physics including Applied Physics Politics including International Relations Psychology Religious Studies Slavonic Studies Sociology and Social Policy Spanish Sport in the Community Theology Zoology see Biological Sciences Departments with an received either a 4 or 5 out of 5 in the Research Assessment Exercise conducted in 2001 by the Higher Education Funding Council in England Departments with received a 5 Rankings depend on how much of the research work is judged to reach national or international levels of excellence Students are encouraged to consider applying to departments with 4 5 or 5 rankings COURSE LOAD A year of study at the Durham campus is considered to be equivalent to the 30 credits for a normal year in the home institution in the United States A full courseload at the University of Durham consists of 6 full year modules GRADING The modules combine formal work in lectures and informal work in seminars or tutorials Written work is produced for tutorials and seminars As on all Cornell Abroad programs grades are recorded on the Cornell transcript but grades are not calculated in the cumulative grade point average The pass fail option can be exercised according to the Cornell on campus policy subject to limits depending upon number of Durham courses taken per term ACADEMIC CALENDAR Michaelmas Term Early October Mid December Epiphany Term Mid January Mid March Easter Term Late April Late June LIVING ARRANGEMENTS The College System Within the University of Durham every full time student is a member of an academic department and also a member of one of the Colleges or Societies Each College and Society is a separate community within the University and because every student is a member

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  • Programs>Brochure>Cornell University
    Year Fall Spring Output PDF HTML Orientation Portrait Landscape Homepage Click to visit Program Dates Deadlines Click here to view Fact Sheet Language of Instruction Spanish Core Program Attributes Direct Enrollment Minimum GPA 3 Housing Options Dormitory Residence Hall Approved by AAP CALS ENG HUM EC ILR SHA Open to Junior Senior Sophomore Program Advisor Alexis Santi Program Description 2014 trimesters will begin on January 13th May 5th and September 1st Students are asked to arrive at least 1 week early for orientation Spend an entire trimester at EARTH taking classes with regular EARTH students while being fully integrated into EARTH s community and student life As a participant in our Trimester Program you will Expand your global understanding and build your international experience Gain practical experience in rural development tropical agriculture and sustainability issues Enjoy Costa Rica s natural and cultural beauty Be part of a multi cultural student community committed to building a more prosperous and just society Sharpen your Spanish For 15 weeks you will join EARTH s unique academic program taking courses in the environmental sciences organic agriculture sustainability community development and Latin American studies The courses are taught in Spanish An advanced level of Spanish is required An adequate level will be determined by at least two semesters of university level Spanish classes and an assessment interview View our curriculum If you would like to improve your Spanish before enrolling as a student please consider our Intercultural Spanish Learning Program These fees do not include plane tickets ground transportation to and from the airport 29 airport exit tax personal expenses international medical insurance mandatory visa fees when applicable please inquire with us whether you will need a visa A 100 cash deposit will be assessed to cover incidentals such as library penalties lost dorm keys

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  • Programs>Brochure>Cornell University
    one side Leading off the Square is the Street where you will find shops launderette post office banks and the accommodation center The Academic Program Teaching departments at the University of East Anglia are organized into interdisciplinary Schools of Study This fosters the study of related subjects and encourages their understanding in a broader context More emphasis is placed on small group teaching at UEA than at most U K universities There are fewer contact hours than at most U S universities and at first this may appear to be a light workload However you are expected to spend more time in the library or in private study reading in preparation for classes Many students comment favorably on the amount of personal contact they have with academic staff Art and Social Sciences Schools School of Development Studies School of Economic and Social Studies School of English and American Studies School of Management School of History School of Language Linguistics and Translation Studies School of Law School of Music School of Psychosocial Studies School of World Art Studies and Museology Science Schools School of Biological Sciences School of Chemical Sciences School of Environmental Sciences School of Information Systems School of Mathematics UEA has particular strengths in biology chemistry environmental studies mathematics computer science geography economics politics and international studies American studies English language and literature history history of art philosophy communications drama music and education Visit UEA Incoming Study Abroad Students for more information Course Load Cornell Abroad participants must maintain a full course load during their period of study abroad A full course load at the University of East Anglia is three courses valued at five U S semester credits each per semester for a total of 15 credits per semester Most courses at UEA are worth 20 units and a full course load for the year for a degree candidate is 120 units Students are registered in a School of Study reflecting their major and are expected to take at least half their courses in that School Where practical students are allowed to take courses offered in other schools It is the responsibility of prospective participants to arrange with their major advisor at Cornell before departure and through communication at the time of course selection that an appropriate amount of Cornell credit will be awarded as equivalent to the work done at UEA Grading As on all Cornell Abroad programs grades are recorded on the Cornell transcript but are not calculated in the cumulative grade point average UEA number grades are reported and are converted to Cornell grades according to the following recommended equivalencies 70 and higher A 65 69 A 60 64 B 55 59 B 50 54 B 46 49 C 44 45 C 40 43 C 38 39 D 36 37 D 35 D 0 34 F Academic Calendar approximate Fall Semester mid September mid December Christmas Break mid December mid January Spring Semester early January mid June Spring Break early April early May Living Arrangements

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  • Programs>Brochure>Cornell University
    JavaScript support to run properly Ecole Centrale Paris ECP Chatenay Malabry France Outgoing Program Program Terms Academic Year Fall Spring Output PDF HTML Orientation Portrait Landscape Homepage Click to visit Program Dates Deadlines Click here to view Restrictions CU applicants only Fact Sheet Language of Instruction English French Core Program Attributes Direct Enrollment Minimum GPA 3 Housing Options Dormitory Residence Hall Approved by AAP CALS ENG HUM EC ILR SHA

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  • Programs>Brochure>Cornell University
    requires JavaScript support to run properly EcoQuest New Zealand Applied Field Studies South of Auckland New Zealand Outgoing Program Program Terms Fall Spring Output PDF HTML Orientation Portrait Landscape Homepage Click to visit Program Dates Deadlines Click here to view Restrictions CU applicants only Fact Sheet Language of Instruction English Core Program Attributes Center based Program Project based Program Research Minimum GPA 3 Housing Options Variable Approved by AAP CALS

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  • Programs>Brochure>Cornell University
    traditional subjects of study and is in the forefront of research in many new fields The University Library system contains approximately 2 275 000 volumes Situated on the south side of the estuary of the River Forth Edinburgh offers easy access to the surrounding unspoilt countryside the Scottish Highlands are within fifty miles to the north and the rolling Border country is a similar distance to the south THE ACADEMIC PROGRAM The academic year comprises two semesters and a normal workload is usually three courses per semester Science and engineering courses follow a different pattern and a full year s curriculum is generally less than three full courses Each student is assigned a Director of Studies who will advise on a suitable pattern of courses as well as on other academic or personal matters A complete course guide providing course descriptions and prerequisites is available on the University of Edinburgh Website Courses generally consist of formal lectures complemented by small group tutorials and seminars or by laboratory and practical classes in scientific disciplines The number of weekly contact hours will be considerable in science courses but may be relatively few in other fields In the latter case students are expected to be self motivated and to devote a significant amount of time to private reading and research COURSE LISTINGS Higher education in the United Kingdom does not follow the liberal arts tradition common in the United States Therefore students will normally concentrate study in their majors or in major related fields for which they have an appropriate background It is nevertheless usually possible to take some elective courses Courses are available in the following subject areas School of Arts Culture and the Environment Archaeology Architectural History Architecture History of Art Music School of Divinity Biblical Studies Christian Ethics and Practical Studies Ecclesiastical History Religious Studies Systematic Theology School of Health in Social Science Nursing Studies School of History and Classics Classics History Economic History Scottish History School of Law Law courses School of Literatures Languages and Cultures Celtic and Scottish Studies Chinese English Literature French German Hispanic Studies Islamic and Middle East Studies Italian Japanese Russian Sanskrit Scandinavian Studies Management School and Economics Accountancy Business Studies Economics School of Philosophy Psychology and Language Studies English Language Linguistics Philosophy Psychology School of Social and Political Studies Canadian Studies Politics Science and Society Social Anthropology Sociology College of Science and Engineering Artificial Intelligence Biological Sciences Chemical Engineering Chemistry Civil and Environmental Engineering Computer Science Earth Science Ecological Science Electronics and Electrical Engineering Geography Geophysics Informatics Mathematics Mechanical Engineering Meteorology Physics and Astronomy Departments with a received either a 4 or 5 out of 5 in the Research Assessment Exercise conducted in 2001 by the Higher Education Funding Council for England Departments with received a 5 Rankings depend on how much of the research work is judged to reach national or international levels of excellence Students are encouraged to consider applying to departments with 4 5 or 5 rankings Website http www ed

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  • Programs>Brochure>Cornell University
    requires JavaScript support to run properly Ewha University Seoul Korea South Outgoing Program Program Terms Fall Spring Output PDF HTML Orientation Portrait Landscape Homepage Click to visit Program Dates Deadlines Click here to view Restrictions CU applicants only Fact Sheet Language of Instruction English Korean Core Program Attributes Direct Enrollment Minimum GPA 2 5 Housing Options Dormitory Residence Hall Hostel Hotel Guest House Approved by A S AAP CALS ENG

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  • Programs>Brochure>Cornell University
    Tips This page is the brochure for your selected program You can view the provided information for this program on this page and click on the available buttons for additional options List All Simple Search Advanced Search Map Search Your browser does not support JavaScript or it is currently disabled This site requires JavaScript support to run properly Fordham London Dramatic Academy London United Kingdom Outgoing Program Program Terms Fall Spring Output PDF HTML Orientation Portrait Landscape Homepage Click to visit Program Dates Deadlines Click here to view Restrictions CU applicants only Fact Sheet Language of Instruction English Core Program Attributes Center based Program Minimum GPA 3 Housing Options Dormitory Residence Hall Approved by A S AAP CALS ENG HUM EC ILR SHA Open to Junior Senior Sophomore Program Advisor Libby Okihiro Program Description This is a small program with early action deadlines of January 15 for fall semester and June 30 for spring semester Recorded auditions are part of the application Dates Deadlines Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Approx Start Approx End Fall 2015 02 13 2015 Rolling Admission TBA TBA Spring 2016 09 15 2015 Rolling Admission TBA TBA Programs may fill long before their final deadline

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