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  • Programs>Brochure>Cornell University
    session for fall and academic year Faculty Dr Mohamud Jama an economist at the University of Nairobi directs the program Khalif Maalim assists with the program coordination and Kenyan faculty provide the instruction How to Apply Click the button below to visit this program s web page for more information about the application process for this program Apply Now About This Program Kenya s geographic and cultural diversity make it a microcosm of the African continent It includes hot coastal plains vast plateaus Africa s largest lake and highest mountain and hundreds of miles of the great Rift Valley Home to more than 45 tribes significant European and South Asian minorities and a population of 28 million speaking dozens of languages Kenya shares with its neighbors the challenges of forging a multi ethnic post colonial nation Most Kenyans are farmers or herders yet the capital of Nairobi is one of the most cosmopolitan cities in East Africa and the base for many international and Kenyan organizations promoting development and social change Homestays are an integral component of the MSID learning experience All students live and share most meals with at least one family and many with two different families one during the classroom phase and a second in a different part of the country during the remainder of the program Students with internships in the main city typically choose to remain with the same family throughout Language Pre Session An optional August intensive language course is offered for fall semester and academic year students One language course is taught over a 4 week period and awards 5 undergraduate credits The Kenya program offers beginning or intermediate Swahili The syllabus focuses on language skill development and daily oral practice Students live with host families and local excursions are included Semester Program

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  • Programs>Brochure>Cornell University
    course offerings at Paul Valéry University Program type Take classes at Paul Valéry University and choose between four program options Instruction is in French by French faculty Level Beginning Intermediate and Advanced Term Language and Culture Fall Spring semester Integrated Studies Fall and Spring semester Academic Year May Session Three weeks Advanced French Summer Program Five weeks Intensive French Summer Program Four or eight weeks Prerequisites Language and Culture 2 5 semesters of college level French Integrated Studies 4 semesters of college level French May Session No language prerequisite Advanced French Summer Program 5 semesters of college level French Intensive French Summer Program No language prerequisite Fall and Academic year students who have 4 semesters of French and wish to enroll in the integrated studies track are strongly encouraged to enroll in the Intensive French Summer Program Courseload 4 credits Faculty Françoise Defrecheux Chaton is the on site director She provides participants with an in country orientation academic advising on going support during the program and oversees housing arrangements She has coordinated this program for many years and has taught at US and French institutions A team of additional on site staff an administrative assistant a housing coordinator and two social assistants provide support to participants and organize a variety of cultural activities How to Apply Click the button below to visit this program s web page for more information about the application process for this program Apply Now About This Program Live and study in Montpellier one of France s fastest growing cities and an emerging cultural and educational center Within easy reach of both mountains and the Mediterranean and home to 100 000 university students Montpellier is a young vibrant city with a centuries old history of intellectual advances and social tolerance It is the ideal place for an introduction to French language and culture Based at the Paul Valéry University the liberal arts division of the University of Montpellier this program also provides access to the highly regarded medical engineering and law departments through an extremely flexible course structure Choose from a mix of special courses with American and foreign students and regular University of Montpellier courses with French students Host family apartment or dormitory living allows for different types of integration into everyday French culture Summer students live in the university dorms Homestay Homestays are a vital connection to local culture and social life and provide students with the opportunity to experience daily life of the French from a first hand perspective Apartment Students are placed with other program participants in shared apartments Observatoire Students are housed in single studio apartments in a dorm like setting Dormitory The university dormitory is conveniently located near the Paul Valéry campus Students are placed in a single room Supplemental excursions introduce the unique flavor of southern France An excursion is included each term and introduces students to the unique character of southern France In addition the program s social and administrative assistants organize activities to familiarize you with the

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  • Programs>Brochure>Cornell University
    course work or volunteer experience preferred but not required Courseload 16 credits for fall or spring semester 32 for the academic year Add 4 credits for optional pre session for fall and academic year Faculty Dr José Suárez MD PhD in epidemiology directs the academic program Delores López assists with program coordination and Ecuadorian faculty provide all instruction How to Apply Click the button below to visit this program s web page for more information about the application process for this program Apply Now About This Program Few countries as small as Ecuador contain such remarkable geographic and biological diversity Geographically it ranges from coastal deserts to temperate mountain valleys to Amazon forests Culturally and racially its population includes every mix of indigenous Spanish and African elements The program is based in Quito an Andean city within sight of snowcapped volcanoes which houses a remarkable mix of colonial and modern rich and poor Internship sites are scattered within a three hour radius of Quito Homestays are an integral component of the MSID learning experience All students live and share most meals with at least one family and many with two different families one during the classroom phase and a second in a different part of the country during the remainder of the program Students with internships in the main city typically choose to remain with the same family throughout Language Pre Session An optional August intensive language course is offered for fall semester and academic year students One language course is taught over a 4 week period and awards 4 undergraduate credits The Ecuador program offers 5th semester language instruction The syllabus focuses on language skill development and daily oral practice Students live with host families and local excursions are included Semester Program The semester program consists of four courses

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  • Programs>Brochure>Cornell University
    the program coordinator and Senegalese faculty provide all instruction How to Apply Click the button below to visit this program s web page for more information about the application process for this program Apply Now About This Program Senegal has long been seen as a crossroads where black African Islamic and European civilizations have met clashed and blended Today it is still seen as a bridge between Africa and the West yet it is also a place where Senegalese people remain deeply attached to traditional values and cultures This program is based in Dakar Senegal s cosmopolitan capital with internship sites scattered throughout the country Heated by the African sun while surrounded on three sides by cool Atlantic waters Dakar has a climate often described as eternal spring Homestays are an integral component of the MSID learning experience All students live and share most meals with at least one family and many with two different families one during the classroom phase and a second in a different part of the country during the remainder of the program Students with internships in the main city typically choose to remain with the same family throughout Language Pre Session An optional August intensive French language course is offered for fall semester and academic year students One language course is taught over a 4 week period and awards 4 undergraduate credits The Senegal program offers 5th semester French language instruction The syllabus focuses on language skill development and daily oral practice Housing is with host families and local excursions are included Semester Program The semester program consists of four courses All classes are with program participants and are taught by local faculty Through the coursework and the internship you have the opportunity to discuss and reflect on the complex and diverse nature of development

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  • Programs>Brochure>Cornell University
    JavaScript or it is currently disabled This site requires JavaScript support to run properly Monash University Victoria Australia 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 Direct Enrollment Minimum GPA 3 Housing Options Dormitory Residence Hall Approved by ENG Open to Junior

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  • Programs>Brochure>Cornell University
    Login Cornell Users External Admin Programs Brochure Programs Brochure Hide 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 National University of Singapore NUS Singapore Singapore 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 Core Program Attributes Direct Enrollment Minimum GPA 3 Housing Options Student Responsibility Approved by A S AAP CALS ENG HUM EC ILR SHA Open to Junior Senior Program Advisor Dr Kristen Grace Dates Deadlines Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Approx Start Approx End Fall 2015 03 02 2015 Rolling Admission TBA TBA Academic Year 2015 03 02 2015 Rolling Admission TBA TBA Spring 2016 09 15 2015 Rolling Admission TBA TBA Programs may fill long before their final deadline Recommendation For SPRING APPLY in MAY to study abroad the

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  • Programs>Brochure>Cornell University
    the center by public transport or by safe and speedy bicycle tracks The Sutton Bonington Campus ten miles to the south of the city incorporates internationally recognized work in applied biology food production and environmental science The new Jubilee campus occupies some thirty acres within a mile of the existing University Park Campus on a former industrial site on the western edge of the City of Nottingham The new campus houses the University s Business School the School of Computer Science and the Schools of Education and Continuing Education THE ACADEMIC PROGRAM A wide range of modules in Arts Law and Social Sciences Educa tion Science including Agriculture and Food Services and Engineering are available to Study Abroad students who follow a normal undergraduate workload based on 120 credits for a full year programme 60 credits for a semester A combination of 20 10 and 5 credit modules can be taken and credits are transferred to the home institution Current module information is available in the Module Catalogue http winster nottingham ac uk modulecatalogue asp main search asp Teaching is through the normal range of lectures tutorials and seminars plus field trips and laboratory work where appropriate Contact time with staff may be less than at Penn with a greater emphasis on directed private study and research Assessment will be given by examinations assignments essays project work and class participation The University has a dedicated team of staff running the successful and popular Study Abroad Programme Each School has an academic Study Abroad adviser Departments listed below with an received either a 4 or 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 Schools of Study School of American and Canadian Studies School of English Studies School of History and Art History School of Humanities School of Modern Languages School of Continuing Education School of Education School of Chemical Environmental and Mining Engineering School of Civil Engineering School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering School of Mechanical Materials Manufacturing Engineering and Management School of the Built Environment School of Economics School of Business School of Geography School of Law School of Politics School of Sociology and Social Policy School of Human Development The Pharmacy School encompasses Pharmaceutical Sciences and Biomedical Sciences School of Biosciences School of Chemistry School of Clinical Laboratory Sciences School of Community Health Sciences School of Computer Science and Information Technology School of Life and Environmental Sciences School of Mathematical Sciences School of Physics and Astronomy School of Psychology Schools not available in the Autumn term Business School Chemistry Law Mechanical Engineering Manufacturing Engineering Physics Astronomy Built Environment Psychology Math New Programs British Studies Modern European Culture Anglo American Studies Contemporary British Society Program website http www nottingham ac uk COURSE LOAD

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  • Programs>Brochure>Cornell University
    Your browser does not support JavaScript or it is currently disabled This site requires JavaScript support to run properly NYU Florence Florence Italy 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 Fact Sheet Language of Instruction English Italian Core Program Attributes Center based Program Minimum GPA 3 Housing Options Dormitory Residence Hall Homestay

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