WELCOME TO SISA-L STUDENTS INTERESTED IN STUDY ABROAD LISTSERV! 

Be sure to contact us to sign-up for one of our weekly Options Abroad Information Sessions, schedule a follow-up advising appointment with a study abroad advisor and/or for your general study abroad questions.  We look forward to working with you throughout the year to assist with your program research, applications, preparation to go abroad, as well as during your time overseas and upon return.

Office of International Education, Bank of America Building, 3rd Floor, 110 E. Clayton Street, Athens, GA   (706) 425-3274    [log in to unmask]

 

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Study Abroad Walk-ins are Cancelled Friday February 25th.  Walk-ins will resume next week on Tuesday(3/1) and Friday(3/4) from 1-5pm.  We are sorry for the inconvenience.

 

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STUDY, WORK & TRAVEL ABROAD INFO:

 

INFORMATION FOR CURRENT STUDY ABROAD STUDENTS

 

1.     STUDYING ABROAD IN SPRING 2011??  REMINDER ABOUT REQUIRED CREDIT APPROVAL FORM

2.     TRAVEL REGISTRATION WITH US STATE DEPARTMENT WHILE ABROAD

 

INFORMATION FOR FUTURE STUDY ABROAD STUDENTS

 

3.     Study abroad ecuador – spaces still

4.  .. PEACE CORPS ON THE PLAZA – EVENT NEXT WEEK

5.     NEW FEE FOR ISIC CARDS

6.     UGA en España  - Space available

7.     Present at the 2011 Global Educational Forum on Culture, Research, and Teaching!

8.    THIS WEEK’S UGA EXCHANGE PROGRAM SPOTLIGHT:     UGA – ABERYSTWYTH UNIVERSITY EXCHANGe

9.    STUDY ABROAD EUROPE – DEADLINE EXTENDED

10.  STUDY ABROAD SCHOLARSHIPS

11.  international student life – great events to come!!

12.  GLOBAL VOICE -- FEATURING UGA STUDENT, APRIL CONWAY 

13.  Croatia Maymester Study Abroad Program – DEADLINE EXTENDED

 

INFORMATION FOR RETURNING STUDY ABROAD STUDENTS

 

14.      STUDY ABROAD PROGRAM EVALUATIONS FOR FALL 2010 PARTICIPANTS

15.      OFF-CAMPUS HOUSING FOR RETURNING STUDY ABROAD STUDENTS

16.      OIE STUDY ABROAD PEER ADVISOR PROGRAM

17.      INSTRUCTIONS TO UNSUBSCRIBE FROM SISA-L


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1.  STUDYING ABROAD IN SPRING 2011?? - REMINDER ABOUT REQUIRED CREDIT APPROVAL FORM

 

This is a reminder for students attending a non-UGA/external study abroad program or a UGA exchange program (transcript issued by another U.S. or foreign university) to complete the Credit Approval Form and submit the CAF fee to the OIE before you depart for your study abroad program.

 

 The form serves to let UGA know you will be studying abroad, and to pre-approve your transfer credit, plus to help maintain your eligibility to keep your HOPE and financial aid. (Students attending UGA sponsored programs will receive resident credit instead and do not need to complete this form.)

 

 The Credit Approval Form will require you to go to the Undergraduate Admissions Office and then to your academic advisor. When it is complete, it should be returned with the CAF fee, to the Office of International Education, Bank of America Building, 3rd Floor, 110 E. Clayton Street, at least 3 weeks prior to departure. You will not receive any financial aid, including the HOPE scholarship, nor maintain student status at UGA while abroad, if you do not fill out this form -- The CAF serves as the official UGA approval for your study abroad program.

 

 Please contact the OIE study abroad for additional details on the Study Abroad Credit Approval Form process.  The Credit Approval Form is also available at the OIE Study Abroad Reception Desk and the Study Abroad Library, Bank of America Building, 3rd Floor, 110 E. Clayton Street. (706) 425-3274

You are welcome to call the OIE at 425-3274 with questions and/or to make an appointment with a study abroad advisor -- We are happy to help you with your Credit Approval Form questions!

 

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2.  CURRENT STUDY ABROAD STUDENTS - PLEASE REGISTER ONLINE WITH US DEPARTMENT OF STATE

https://travelregistration.state.gov/ibrs/ui/

What is Travel Registration?

Travel registration is a free service provided by the U.S. Government to U.S. citizens who are traveling to, or living in, a foreign country. Registration allows you to record information about your trip abroad that the Department of State can use to assist you in case of an emergency, travel alerts, travel warnings, etc.

 

Americans residing abroad can also get routine information from the nearest U.S. embassy or consulate. U.S. consular officers assist Americans who encounter serious legal, medical, or financial difficulties. Although consular officers cannot act as your legal counsel, they can provide the names of local attorneys and doctors, provide loans to destitute Americans, and provide information about dangerous conditions affecting your overseas travel or residence.

 

To Register: Visit https://travelregistration.state.gov/ibrs/ui/

If you have not had the opportunity to read the Country Specific Information for your country, we strongly recommend that you do so before departure. A current listing of all Consular Information Sheets, Travel Warnings, and Public Announcements can be found at www.travel.state.gov

 

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3. Study abroad ecuador – spaces still open

 

a few are still open spaces in the 2011 International Conflict resolution Study Abroad program in Ecuador. We have extended the deadline to March 1.

 

The website with all the information is here:

http://www.globiscenter.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=85&Itemid=161.

 

Right now there are 8 applicants, but the program hopes to have 12-14.

 

The program is open to students from all majors. It will take place July 9 through August 1. The program fee is just $2400 (excluding airfare).  Both courses offered in the program--INTL 4680 Peace Studies and  INTL 4320-S Politics and Development-- can be used toward the requirements for the Certificate in Global Studies.



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4.  PEACE CORPS ON THE PLAZA – EVENT NEXT WEEK

 

In honor of the 50th anniversary of Peace Corps, there will be an exciting event.  “Peace Corps on the Plaza” will be at Tate Plaza on Tuesday, March 1 10:00am-NOON.

 

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5. NEW FEE FOR ISIC CARDS

 

In order to keep up with rising postage and other costs, effective immediately, the cost of ISIC (International Student Identification Cards) purchased through the Office of International Education will be $23.00 as opposed to $22.00.  This cost will be inclusive of mailing costs, in those cases in which the student needs the card mailed to his or her home address.

 

More information on the ISIC card and its benefits and features is available here:

 

http://www.uga.edu/oie/sa_travel_isic.htm

 

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6.  UGA en España  - Space available

 

The program has slots available in our Cádiz Summer program from May 13 - June 26.  Students who have taken Spanish up to and including SPAN 2002 are eligible to attend.  Courses are taught at and by the Universidad de Cádiz.  Courses offered:

 

SPAN 3010 (Intermediate Conversation and Composition)

SPAN 4010 (Advanced Conversation and Composition)

SPAN 3050 (Intro to Hispanic Linguistics)

SPAN 4120 (Topics in Culture)

 

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7.  Present at the 2011 Global Educational Forum on Culture, Research, and Teaching!

 

Although the theme of the forum is on "Perspectives on Human Health in Global Societies," student posters can be about research or papers outside the theme. Student poster presentations focus on global studies or service-based activities. Abstracts should be no longer than 250 words (and include the title, and presenter’s name and department affiliation).

 

Poster sessions allow students to engage in a discussion about their papers in an informal manner with faculty, fellow students, and guests. This is an excellent way for students to network about their educational endeavors and employment opportunities.

 

 Poster session time: 12:15-1:45pm, March 31, 2011 Students must put up their posters between 8:00am and 9:30am, and remove them by 7:00pm

 

 Plan to be by your poster at least 10 minutes before 12:15pm on March 31. You will be provided with a poster board that measures 36” high and 48” wide (91.44cm x 121.92cm). Make sure your poster has an abstract that contains a purpose, method, results, and conclusions if data based or has an objective of the paper, procedures, thematic perspectives, and implications if non-data based. A poster is preceded by an abstract of no more than 250 words. Key terms used in the paper are listed immediately below the abstract.

 

Top three poster presenters will receive a certificate and a T-shirt (three graduate students and three undergraduate students).

 

 Deadline for the submission of abstracts: Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Notification date: Thursday, March 17, 2011

Where to send abstracts:

Submit abstracts and any questions to the program chair, Rose Chepyator-Thomson, at [log in to unmask]

 

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8. THIS WEEK’S UGA EXCHANGE PROGRAM SPOTLIGHT:     UGA – ABERYSTWYTH UNIVERSITY EXCHANGE

 

https://www.oie.uga.edu/ViewProgram/1573

 

Thinking of an opportunity to study in Wales, United Kingdom for a semester?   Aberystwyth University provides an excellent opportunity for over 7,000 students to live and study in Wales and offers a wide range of subjects for UGA students. 

 

Subject options include Agriculture, Business, Animal Science, Art, Biological Sciences, Computer Science, English, Environmental Science, Film, Theatre & Television Studies, Geography, History & Welch History, Political Science & International Affairs, Mathematics, Physics, Sport & Exercise Science, Tourism Management.  In addition, Aberystwyth has a flourishing range of societies for international students. These societies organize a range of events for the international community of students at Aberystwyth including cultural, social and sporting events.

 

--UGA EXCHANGE PROGRAM INFORMATION:  https://www.oie.uga.edu/ViewProgram/1573

--HOST UNIVERSITY WEBSITE:  http://www.aber.ac.uk/en/international/

--SEE SUBJECTS (MODULES) AT:  http://www.aber.ac.uk/en/modules/

--DATES:  Study on exchange for Spring 2012 semester, January - June

--COST:  Students pay an Exchange Program Fee (currently $4368 for SP 2011) to cover in-state tuition/fees at UGA; Housing Costs paid abroad in the United Kingdom.   Students may keep HOPE and other UGA/federal financial aid.

--APPLICATION DEADLINE:       April 1 for Spring 2012

--FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT: 

Dr. Elissa R. Henken, Faculty Coordinator, Department of English, 542-9262 or [log in to unmask]

and/or

Ms.  Colleen Larson, Study Abroad Advisor, Office of International Education, [log in to unmask] https://www.oie.uga.edu/ViewProgram/1573

 

9. STUDY ABROAD EUROPE – DEADLINE EXTENDED

 

The University of Georgia (UGA) Studies Abroad Program in Europe offers you the unique opportunity to study the archaeology and geology of Europe with knowledgeable UGA faculty.

Switzerland and Scotland:

 

Curriculum: ANTH 3290 & ANT 4900: Celtic and Pre-Celtic History. Special Topics in Prehistory of Europe.

 

Note extended deadline for applications to April 15th, 2011.

 

Dr. Ervan Garrison
Dept. of Geology
307 Geog-Geol Bldg
UGA
Athens, GA 30602-1619
Telephone: 706-542-1097
E-mail:
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Program Contact: http://www.myladysmanor.org/uga.htm

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10. STUDY ABROAD SCHOLARSHIPS

 

--A. benjamin a. gilman international scholarships – SUMMER & FALL 2011

In celebration of the 10th anniversary of the Gilman Scholarship Program, we are proud to announce the expansion of our summer awards to include all academic majors. 

 -APPLICATION DEADLINES:  MARCH 1 for Summer 2011 AND/OR Fall 2011 (application site opens in January)

 -EILIGIBILITY: 

·               Enrolled as an undergraduate student at a two or four-year U.S. Institution

·               United States citizen

·               Receiving a Federal Pell Grant at the time of application or during the term of study abroad

·               Participating in a study abroad program that is no less than 4 weeks and no more than an academic year

·               Receiving academic credit

·               Study in any country not currently under a U.S. State Department Travel Warning or Cuba

 

-FOR MORE INFORMATION:  www.iie.org/gilman

All students are encouraged to work with a UGA Study Abroad Advisor prior to submitting an application.  An advisor can often provide you with feedback on your application essays and help make your application more competitive. Call the OIE Study Abroad Front desk to schedule an appointment with a study abroad advisor 706-425-3274.

 

-ONLINE INFORMATION - GILMAN APPLICATION/MULTIMEDIA RESOURCES & UPCOMING ONLINE SEMINARS/WEBINARS: 
http://www.iie.org/en/programs/Gilman-Scholarship-Program/Multimedia

 

Upcoming Webinars:

 

Gilman Scholarship: Composing a Successful Statement of Purpose & Follow-on Project Essay
Tuesday, February 22, 2011 at 2pm - 3pm CST
Register now 
     

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--B.  diversity abroad – two new scholarships!

Diversity Abroad is pleased to announce the launch of two new scholarships aimed at fostering participation in education abroad among diverse and underrepresented students.

See details for the scholarship here:
http://www.DiversityNetwork.org/scholarships

Diversity Abroad Achievement Scholarship - offered by AIFS

Each semester, Diversity Abroad, in conjunction with AIFS will offer ten semester scholarships of $1000 to outstanding students from diverse and underrepresented groups to be used on AIFS programs. Applicants must demonstrate high academic achievement and/or participate in community service activities.

See details for this scholarship here:
http://www.DiversityAbroad.com/scholarships

 

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--C.  Carl Vinson Institute Fudan Fellowship – deadline March 5

 

The Carl Vinson Institute of Government is pleased to announce an opportunity for UGA students to have a three-week study opportunity in Shanghai, China, at Fudan University.  CVIOG has been awarded three student scholarships for study during May - June 2011 by the Shanghai Municipal Government and Fudan University.  This fellowship will cover tuition at Fudan University, fees for textbooks, accommodations during the program, and cultural activities while in Shanghai along with a Fudan University dining card with 200 RMB.  UGA students will be responsible for airfare, visa, and personal expenses beyond those covered by the fellowship.

Students interested will be required to submit a resume and statement of how this fellowship will benefit their UGA experience, enhance their knowledge and interests of China and contribute to supporting CVIOG's programs in China.   For information on the CVIOG Student Fellowship, application procedures, and details of the three week itinerary contact Dr. Rusty Brooks, Director, International Center, The Carl Vinson Institute of Government, at <[log in to unmask]> or by phone at 706-542-7502.  Deadlines for this fellowship will be March 5, 2011.  The program in Shanghai will run from May 29th to June 25th 2011.  Information on CVIOG's China Programs can be found on www.cviog.uga.edu website.

 More information on the national goal of 100,000 American students studying in China may be found at:

 http://www.iie.org/en/Who-We-Are/News-and-Events/Press-Center/Press-Releases/2011/2011-01-19-100000-Strong-Event-Michelle-Obama-Howard-University

 

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--D.  INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION WEEK (IEW) & KATHERINE JOHN MURPHY STUDY ABROAD SCHOLARSHIPS

$500-$1000 scholarships for UGA undergraduates, with 3.3 GPA, participating in a UGA sponsored study abroad or UGA Exchange Program for Summer 2011, Fall 2011 or Spring 2012.

-DEADLINE:  MARCH 11, 2011, 5 PM
(All application materials, including transcripts, recommendation form, etc. must be received in the OIE by this deadline.)

-FOR MORE INFORMATION & APPLICATION:  http://www.uga.edu/oie/sa_scholarship_general.htm
Submit only one application form, which will cover both scholarship applications.

 

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--E.  phi kappA phi study abroad grants
Phi Kappa Phi Study Abroad Grants are designed to help support undergraduates as they seek knowledge and experience in their academic fields by studying abroad. Forty-five $1,000 grants are awarded each year.

-DEADLINE:  Postmark April 1, 2011

-FOR MORE INFORMATION:  http://www.phikappaphi.org/Web/Awards/Study_Abroad.html

 

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--F.  ADDITIONAL STUDY ABROAD SCHOLARSHIPS

OIE Financial Aid & Scholarships Website:  http://www.uga.edu/oie/sa_scholarship.htm
Search for additional National Study Abroad Scholarship competitions, OIE and UGA Department/College and Program Scholarships, scholarships by country/region, etc.

 

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--G.  ThinkSwiss Research Scholarships 

ThinkSwiss Research Scholarships are available to students enrolled at a U.S. university who apply for a two to three month long research project at a Swiss university or research lab. Applications can be submitted until March 31, 2011. For more information click on the link or view the attachment: http://thinkswiss.org/us-swiss-exchange/research-scholarship

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--H.  BUNAC Educational Scholarship Trust (BEST) Scholarships

BUNAC is pleased to announce that applications are now open for the BUNAC Educational Scholarship Trust (BEST) Scholarships.

 

The BEST scholarships are open to UK passport holders who are currently or, have been within the last five years inclusive, in full-time tertiary education at a UK university or college and who are planning to undertake postgraduate study in either the USA or Canada. Please note the scholarships are only open to British students. Up to eight scholarships are awarded each year from a fund of $50,000. The individual amounts awarded vary but a typical award is in the region of approximately $5000-$10,000.

 

For more details and an application form please see www.bunac.org/awards

 

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I.  Studio Art Centers International – Full Tuition Opportunity

 

Studio Art Centers International is pleased to announce a new full-tuition scholarship opportunity. This award will be offered for the first time in Fall 2011.

 

Institutions a part of the ICFAD (International Council of Fine Arts

Deans) alliances are invited to encourage their students to apply for a full-tuition award to attend SACI in the fall 2011 semester.  If you are not sure whether your institution is a current member please check:

http://www.icfad.org/content/templates/?a=12&z=2  Details are stated below:

 

The Award

The Full- Tuition Scholarship is currently worth $11,800 for the first semester of study at SACI. The scholarship is based on both demonstrated financial need and outstanding artistic and/or academic ability. It is intended to provide a talented student, who would otherwise not have the opportunity to study abroad, with the experience of studying at SACI in Florence.

 

Eligibility

The competition is open to students applying to SACI for a fall or spring term and whose institutions are members of the ICFAD alliance.

 

Applying

Students can apply for the program at www.saci-florence.edu.   In order to be considered for a scholarship, students will indicate on the application they are applying for a scholarship and are then required to submit the standard SACI application materials, proof of financial need in the form of a SAR (Student Aid Report) and a portfolio containing 15-20 images of their best artwork.

 

Deadlines:

 

Fall 2011: March 15, 2011

Spring 2012: October 15, 2011

 

Please have interested students contact SACI's New York office for more details. To learn more about other SACI scholarship opportunities, please visit our website at:

http://www.saci-florence.edu/pagebase2.asp?s=49.

 

For any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact me.

 

Amanda Akyol

Admissions Manager

T: 212-248-7225

Studio Art Centers International

50 Broad Street, Suite 1617

New York, NY 10004

 

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J.  Scholarships in Turkey for American Minority Students

 

The Turkish Coalition of America (TCA) has a diverse array of scholarship programs that support its educational mission. One of these programs provides up to 100 scholarships to African American, Hispanic American and Native American students who choose Turkey as their study abroad destination.

 

TCA Scholarships range from $500 to $2,000 per student:

 

$2,000 for a semester or year at a Turkish institution.

$1,000 for Turkish language studies at a Turkish institution.

$1,000 for summer programs lasting for more than 4 weeks at a Turkish institution.

$500 for summer programs lasting up to 4 weeks sponsored by US educational institutions or Turkish institutions.

$500 for participants in university/college-sponsored study tours to Turkey.

 

And these are awarded to college and graduate students who are:

U.S. citizens of African American, Hispanic/Latino or Native American ethnic origin.  Enrolled full time, in good standing at an accredited U.S. college or university.  Accepted to a study abroad program or language program at a university in Turkey.  Willing to share experiences in Turkey, TRNC or Bosnia Herzegovina with the TCA community and Diversity Abroad.

 

For more information, or to apply, please visit: www.turkishcoalition.org

11.  international student life – great events to come!!

 

I.                   Global Leadership Institute - Spring 2011

 

International Student Life is excited to announce the Spring 2011 Global Leadership Institute. The Global Leadership Institute is a series internationally-focused seminars that facilitate opportunities for students to enhance a variety of global competencies. Any currently enrolled student can participate in the seminars and there is no need to register. Students attending three or more seminars are eligible to receive a Global Leadership Certificate. There is no cost for this program.

 

Seminar 3: March 1 in MLC 250 from 5:30-7:00

Seminar 4: March 8 in MLC 250 from 5:30-7:00

 

II.              Call for applications - Dean's Award for International Study

Thanks to the generosity of Dean Maureen Grasso and the Graduate School, the Office of International Education can again this year offer the Dean’s Award for International Study.

 

This award pays funds to the program in lieu of the tuition foregone when a May or summer program accepts a UGA student who is on graduate assistantship.  Once again, the Graduate School had set aside $15,000 for this purpose, which we will allot via a competitive process.

 

Please note the following parameters:

 

1). The fund is designed to benefit the program; selected students do not receive any funds directly.  Recipients must still pay the regular program fee just as do other graduate students and undergraduates; the program cannot discount or reduce the student's program fees as a result of this award.  The student benefits greatly, however, in that many programs are not able to accept graduate assistants without the aid of this award.

 

2). The award does not apply to non-UGA programs. 

 

3). The funds are not to be used for personnel – i.e., for students working for the program itself.  The fund is designed to assist programs in accepting students whose assistantship during the prior academic year means they do not pay tuition during the summer.

 

The deadline is March 7th.

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12.  GLOBAL VOICE -- FEATURING UGA STUDENT, APRIL CONWAY 

http://www.uga.edu/oie/GV/

The mission of the OIE Global Voice is to bring international education, cultural and personal experiences to the forefront of UGA's awareness.  Each month OIE will spotlight an extraordinary individual (including undergraduate and graduate students, faculty/staff, and scholars) from the UGA International & Study Abroad Community and share their global stories. 

FUTURE NOMINATIONS:  If you would like to nominate a person you feel has a compelling international story to tell and who would enjoy sharing with the community here at UGA, please contact Kasha Puskarz at [log in to unmask].

 

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13.  Croatia Maymester Study Abroad Program – DEADLINE EXTENDED

 

This program offers students the opportunity to earn six hours credit studying various aspects of Croatian culture and society while traveling through this beautiful and fascinating country.

 

The 2011 study abroad program will focus on the conservation and interpretation of cultural heritage; environmental and cultural aspects of agriculture; and public health as a societal issue in Croatia.

 

http://www.uga.edu/croatia/   Come explore and learn – local food, health, history and conservation from Zagreb to the Dalmatian Coast

 

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INFO FOR CURRENT AND RETURNED STUDY ABROAD STUDENTS

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--14.  FALL 2010 PARTICIPANTS – STUDY ABROAD PROGRAM EVALUATIONS:
Your feedback is needed!

Just a reminder to all current Fall 2010 study abroad participants - we would love to hear your feedback on your program, the good and the bad.  If you went on a UGA faculty-led group, you are probably filling out an evaluation directly for your program; however, you are also welcome to do the form below as well. 

 

If you went on an external program, we'd especially love to hear from you on this form as it is our primary means of learning more about your experience & sharing it with future participants:

 

http://www.uga.edu/oie/sa_re_eva.htm

 

Thanks, and hope you had a great study experience abroad!

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--15. HOUSING PRE AND POST STUDY ABROAD

 This group is designed primarily to help UGA students who are currently or planning to study abroad solve mutual housing problems. Are you currently abroad and need a place to live upon your return? Or are you planning to study abroad but can't find someone to take your place on an apartment lease? Look no further, this group is for you!

Feel free to post openings or want ads on this page's discussion board. Please include your name, the specifics of your situation, as well as any desired characteristics. For example, if you looking for a place to live, state your preferred roommates' gender, apartment location, et cetera.  If looking to for a sublet for yourself or looking to find someone to replace you on a lease, please list preferred characteristics of the person who you would like to contact you. 

 Join the "Housing Pre and Post Study Abroad" Facebook Group at http://uga.facebook.com/group.php?gid=10170600903&ref=share

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-16.  OIE STUDY ABROAD PEER ADVISOR PROGRAM

Do you still want to talk about your study abroad experience? Need an interested audience for your study abroad stories and memories? Want to encourage other UGA students to study abroad?

The Office of International Education is looking for peer advisors for the 2010-2011 academic year. We have found that returned students are one of the best resources for encouraging more UGA students to study abroad. Peer advisors assist the study abroad staff by giving presentations about study abroad, leading discussions and serving on student panels. You can choose to participate in as many events as your schedule permits.

CONTACT: Mandi Work at the Office of International Education, [log in to unmask] or 425-3274

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17. TO UNSUBSCRIBE FROM SISA-L:   Please visit the Listserv at UGA website at http://listserv.uga.edu/

Select Browse, Enter SISA-L list name, Select Leave the List & Enter email.

 


Anika N. Fisher
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University of Georgia - College Student Affairs Administration MEd '12
UGA Office of International Education - Study Abroad Graduate Assistant
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill '10
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"There is no substitute for hard work." -Thomas Edison