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SISA-L November 1999

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Announcements from the OIE

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Lindsey Parsons <[log in to unmask]>

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Lindsey Parsons <[log in to unmask]>

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Fri, 19 Nov 1999 16:06:39 -0500

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Scholarships for Study Abroad

IES, beginning in fall 2000, will be implementing a $2,000 guaranteed
scholarship for all UGA students participating in their semester or
academic year programs (scholarship applies only once for academic year).
This is an automatic scholarship for any UGA student who participates in a
semester or academic year program (this scholarship does not apply to
summer programs). For more information on IES programs, see the blue bins
in the study abroad library in 209 Barrow Hall or see <http://www.iesias.org>.

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Teaching Assistantships in France

The French Ministry of Education has just announced several hundred
openings for English teaching assistants at the primary or secondary school
level for the 2000-2001 school year. You must be an American citizen, under
30 years of age, and your course of study must include French in order to
apply. Both undergraduates and graduates may apply. The position runs from
Oct. 1, 2000-April 30, 2001, with a 12 hour/week commitment and a salary of
around $900/month (5,600 Francs). Applications are due Feb. 15. For more
information, please call Lindsey Parsons at 542-7903.

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Teach in China

CIEE offers a five or ten month teaching English (and potentially other
subjects) in China program for students who have at least a Bachelor's.
This is a paid teaching program that includes a teacher training course,
free housing, and an airplane ticket home upon completion of the one-year
contract. The program cost is $1,590. For more information on this program,
look in the CIEE - Work Abroad folder in the file cabinets in the study
abroad library in 209 Barrow Hall, or see
<http://www.councilexchanges.org/work/ticfacts.htm>.

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The JET (Japan Exchange and Teaching) Program

The JET Program offers Bachelor's degree holders under 35 years of age the
opportunity to teach English at the high school level in Japan or work in
the local government office as a Coordinator for International Relations.
These are one year positions with opportunity to continue for 2 more years.
They are very well-paid positions that begin in July. Applications are due
in December. For more information see
<http://www.mofa.go.jp/j_info/visit/jet/index.html> or for information and
an application, please look in the Teaching Abroad bin in the study abroad
library in 209 Barrow Hall or under JET Program in the file cabinets.

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To Students who Plan to Study Abroad this Spring

If you have not yet turned in your Credit Approval Form for a spring 2000
program (only for non-UGA programs or UGA exchange programs), please
remember to do so before you leave campus in December. Also, make sure you
take the e-mail address for your academic advisor with you. Once you are
abroad, if you do not end up being able to take the classes you wrote on
your form, you should e-mail your advisor to determine whether the classes
you would like to take will count towards your major, minor, as electives,
etc. Also, make plans now about how you will register for classes for fall
semester 2000. You may want to download the OASIS program while abroad from
<http://www.uga.edu/oasis/oasis.html> and register yourself (if you expect
to have access to a computer where you could do that). I would also
recommend that you have a friend or family member prepared to register you
for classes if that does not work.

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Student Quotes - from a student in Japan

On Tuesday An, Belgium, and I went to Toshida-Taisha, a very beautiful
shrine.  They have like 700 stone lanterns spread out through the grounds.
All of the gardens and buildings were amazing.  What was really neat was
they have these boards where you write a prayer on a piece of wood and
post it on the board.  Well on the boards some people had posted strings of
origami paper cranes.  Each string had to have over a hundred cranes on it.


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Office of International Education
University of Georgia
201 Barrow Hall
Athens, GA  30602-2407
Phone: (706) 542-7903
Fax: (706) 542-6622
http://www.uga.edu/oie
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