Scholarships for Study Abroad

One scholarship for $1,000 is available to a UGA student studying at least
1 quarter at American State College in London between winter 2000 and
Summer 2001. American State College offers courses in Business, Multimedia
Art and Design, Interior Design, Fashion and Liberal Arts. For more
information about the program, please visit their web site
<> or visit the Study Abroad Library in 209
Barrow Hall for a brochure. For a scholarship application, please make an
appointment with Lindsey Parsons by calling 542-7903. Scholarship deadlines
for each quarter are: Winter: November 15, Spring: January 30, Summer I:
April 15 and Summer II: May 1.

The Association of Teachers of Japanese are now accepting applications for
Bridging Scholarships for study in Japan for spring 2001. Scholarships are
$2,500 for a semester and $4,000 for full academic year programs. For an
application, see http://www.Colorado.EDU/ealld/atj/Bridging/abroad.html or
copy the application from the Scholarships notebook in the Study Abroad
Library in 209 Barrow Hall. The deadline for applications is October 3, 2000.


Global Friends Program

Looking for a way to get to know international students on this campus and
help them in their adjustment to UGA? Consider joining the Global Friends
Program, an interactive mentoring program that matches up new international
students with current UGA students. All it requires is a little bit of
time, willingness to communicate, and a fun
attitude! Call Saehee Chang in International Student Life at 542-5867 for
more information.


International Jobs Bulletin Online

The Office of International Education subscribes to Current Jobs
International, which has now made their publication available online for
UGA students. To access it, go to <>,
press international and enter: User Name: unvga; Password: oie30602


Teach English in Korea

The Space Corporation, which places teachers in over 2,000 English
Institutes found throughout Korea, is currently looking for qualified
teachers. Airfare, accommodations, and health insurance are provided along
with a monthly salary. For more information, please contact them at
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(This announcement does not constitute any type of endorsement or
recommendation of their services).


Job Opportunities in International Education

Our office has received announcements for the following positions. For the
complete announcement, please reply to this e-mail and specify which

Internship in International Affairs
Institute of International Education
Houston, TX
(start date: January, 2001; application deadline: Sept. 25, 2000)

Student Services Coordinator
Marymount College
London, England

ESL Instructor  (Part-time)
Candler School of Theology, Emory University
Atlanta, GA

Program Advisor
Council International Study Programs
New York, NY

Program Assistant
ISEP (International Student Exchange Program)
Washington, DC

Staff Assistant
World Capitals Program, American University
Washington, DC

Program Assistant in the Study Abroad Office
Northwestern University
Evanston, IL

Study Abroad Advisor, Office of International Programs
Colorado State University
Fort Collins, CO
(start date: December 1, 2000)


Student Quotes

From a student in the Turks & Caicos Islands, British West Indies

"Must of the learning here is comprised of field work, thus most of our
afternoons are spent snorkeling or scuba diving in the ocean - it has been
incredible to see reef sharks, stingrays, barracudas, lobsters and turtles
in their natural habitat swimming only a few feet away!"

From a student in San Jose, Costa Rica

". . . I love the discotecas. Everyone dances - guys aren't shy, and they
know how to salsa!"

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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