New UGA Study Abroad Program Still Open for Summer

If you haven't yet made summer plans, consider attending UGA's newest study
abroad program: Central and Eastern Europe Summer Study Program from July 8
- August 5, 2000. The program will visit Hungary, Austria, Czech Republic,
Poland, Romania and Slovakia and will offer the following two courses: CMLT
4400/6400 East Central European Literature and Culture (to be cross-listed
in Political Science); CMLT (ANTH) 3190 Myth in Culture. For more
information, see <>.


Orientation Materials Available

If you are studying abroad this summer and will not have the chance to
attend a pre-departure orientation, or you would like more preparatory
materials, the Office of International Education has copies available of
our Passport for Study Abroad orientation packet. You can pick one up in
the Study Abroad Library in 209 Barrow Hall or download one from our web
site at: under "Forms for Study Abroad
Program Directors" - it's called "Study Abroad Passport Orientation Packet".


Jobs in International Education

Juniata College in Huntingdon, PA is looking for an Assistant International
Advisor/Residence Director. Bachelor's degree and study abroad and/or
international programs experience required. Previous experience in
residential life preferred. This position is full-time with an employment
term from August 2000 through May 2001. Must reside on campus.  Evening and
weekend hours required. Compensation includes salary, on-campus apartment,
meal plan and health insurance. Summer employment opportunities are
available. for complete announcement, please reply to this e-mail.


Scholarships for Study Abroad

The  Institute for American Universities has made available scholarships
for its summer theatre workshop (L'Atelier d'Expression Theatrale) that
runs from July 3-30, 2000. For further program and scholarship information,
please consult the IAU web site <>.

This summer, Galilee College is offering 5 tuition scholarships for each
one of its two Middle East courses to students studying at colleges in the
state of Georgia. The summer programs concentrate on political Middle East
Studies and Religious Studies and run from July 24 - August 25, 2000.
Students will only have to cover their living expenses and airfare to the
region. Full details about the programs may be reviewed at or you may contact Ms. Sylvana Nahmad at
<[log in to unmask]>.

The American Institute for Foreign Study is offering $500 grants to any
student who applies and is accepted into it's 3-week program at the
University of Stellenbosch, South Africa from July 2-28, 2000. For more
information on the program, see
<>. To apply, contact
Beth at 800-727-2437 x.5076.

The American University in Cairo has $2,500/semester scholarships available
for juniors or seniors with an interest in Egyptology who enroll in their
semester or academic year study abroad program. For more information about
the program and the scholarships, please see <>.


Student Quotes

From a student who studied on the UGA at Oxford program:
"Study Abroad was one of the best things I have ever done for myself. I
learned more about myself during the 6 weeks in Oxford than I ever could
have hanging around Athens. I would recommend it to everyone."


SISA Archives Available

If you would like to search the SISA listserv archives, point your browser to
<>. You can also join or
leave the list from this page.

Office of International Education
University of Georgia
201 Barrow Hall
Athens, GA  30602-2407
Phone: (706) 542-7903
Fax: (706) 542-6622
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