Scholarships for Study Abroad

The British American College London at Regent's College has scholarships
available for their 2001 summer programs. Maximum awards are 50% of tuition
fees. For more information on their program, please see

The Association of Teachers of Japanese (ATJ) administers the Bridging
Scholarship program, which will award 30 scholarships to American students
participating in study-abroad programs in Japan in fall 2001. Undergraduate
students majoring in any field of study are eligible to apply for these
$2,500 to $4,000 scholarships; Japanese language background is not a
requirement. The deadline for applications is April 4, 2001. In addition to
the 30 Bridging Scholarships, two $10,000 scholarships will be awarded by
Morgan Stanley Dean Witter to undergraduate students who will be studying
abroad in Japan during the 2001-2002 academic year and who have an interest
in economics and international finance. For more information about both
scholarships, please see

Steven Spielberg's Righteous Person's Foundation and the Project Judaica
Foundation have made available several Spielberg Fellowships for study on
CET's Jewish Studies in Prague program this summer. Fellowships are for up
to $3,000 for the eight-week summer program. For more information about the
program and the scholarships, visit <>.

The American University in Cairo is offering Simpson Scholarships in
Egyptology for study abroad students who wish to enroll at
AUC for one or two semesters with a concentration in Egyptology.  Multiple
scholarships of $2,500 per semester will be awarded to the best academic
candidates who have completed at least two years of university. Students
must apply for admission to the Study Abroad Program and for the
scholarship no later than April 15, 2001 for the fall and spring semesters
of 2001-2002. For full details, please contact the New York Office at
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Study Abroad Program Representative Visits

Come learn more about Council Study Center programs with Council
Representative Martin Hogan on Tuesday, January 30 from 1 p.m. - 3 p.m. in
Tate Student Center, Room 143. For students whose applications for summer
2001 Council Study Center programs are postmarked by March 1, 2001, Council
will waive the $30 application fee and enter you into a drawing for free
round-trip airfare to your program. Additional information on summer
programs is available through Council at
<> or by telephone at 800-40-STUDY.

And, for your future planning, the following programs have visits planned.
More details will follow:
February 8th at 10:30am - Australian Education Connection
February 26th at 11am - International Studies Abroad
February 27th at 3pm - AIFS

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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