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Jennifer Said:How can I study abroad summer 2011 in Germany, Austria, or Switzerland?
We Answered:There are so many options! I would start by talking to someone in your own school's study abroad office, because many schools put restrictions on where you may study and get credit. If your school doesn't care, then you could just Google "study abroad summer 2011 Germany" (or Austria, or Switzerland), or you could get recommendations from other students at your school. I'm not sure what they do in these countries, but check out Syracuse University's study abroad programs. While they are relatively expensive, I've heard the best things about them overall from students.
Wanda Said:where should i study abroad this summer?
We Answered:Hi there,
There are plenty of options. In Germany, I would recommend the FUBiS programme, a summer programme offered by the Freie Universität Berlin (you may contact them at firstname.lastname@example.org or read more at http://www.studyabroad.com/programs/summ… You can take a language class there, plus a variety of subjects taught in English.
If you want to do something in France, you should have a look at the programmes offered by the Institut Mediterranéen de Langues & Services in Montpellier. They have a summer programme for French and business administration, which not only can end with a diploma (depending on the length of your stay), but also counts towards your college credit.
I've also found a fascinating course in Greece. You take classes in Art and Photography, with educational travels to Athens, Rome, the Greek islands etc. included. You can find this one at http://www.globalsemesters.com/Summer-Me…
If you want to do something in other parts of the world, have a look at this programme in Australia, which deals with the environmental impacts of tourism (and as far as my knowledge of the business world of today reaches, that will definitely enhance your CV): http://www.australearn.org/studyabroadco…
And here I just stumbled upon this amazing database full of summer abroad programmes that could be perfect for you: http://www.studyabroad.com/summer/
Go for it!
Jacqueline Said:How much money should I take with me on my summer study abroad?
We Answered:Congrats on studying abroad in Spain! It will be a memorable experience. Often times study abroad programs recommend having a thousand dollars accessible (in you checking account). You probably won't use it all, but it's good to have. Probably estimate spending around $350/month for everyday needs and maybe a little extra for travel. You may spend more or way less. Check the exchange rate before you leave- that will also change how much you spend. If you can, explore the free museums and other free activities you can get involved in. Also- take advantage of any and all student discounts.
If you'd like to learn more about traveling to Spain I work for a new travel/study abroad website dedicated to helping students go overseas. Check out our Prepare to Go section (http://www.gullivergo.com/prepare-to-go) to learn about funding, scholarships, internet, visas, and other tidbits for visiting Spain. We also have a discussion forum (http://www.gullivergo.com/discuss) where you can connect with students who are currently abroad or have recently returned home. Feel free to check us out on Facebook too (http://bit.ly/1OsHGZ)! Peruse the rest of the site when you're interested in studying abroad again! Good Luck and Happy Travels!
Violet Said:Is this a good teen summer program to study abroad with?
We Answered:Hmmm.... I'm not sure. I've never heard of that program...
But I know of other summer programs in Mexico.
AFS has one, YFU has one, ASSE has one, and I think Rotary does as well.
You should check their sites out, the sections for summer exchanges shouldn't be too hard to find. I listed them in my sources.
Hope you go with one!
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