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Open Society Institute and Osvita EIAC announce the beginning of recruitment for Undergraduate Exchange Program, which supports students from Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Moldova, Serbia, and Ukraine in the United States for one-year of non-degree academic studies and service learning and one subsequent year in their home country leading a community service* project of their own design. The program seeks to assist educational and civic development in Southeastern and Eastern Europe by exposing participants to a liberal arts** curriculum, different models of classroom instruction, community service work, and civil society related programming. The U.E.P. combines the U.S. liberal arts academic experience with exposure to American social issues and civic development through involvement in community service related work. The program aims to create lasting ties among participants and their American colleagues thereby contributing to cultural understanding and tolerance.

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What does home mean to you? A special spot in your neighborhood? A community festival? A family gathering? Grab your camera, get creative and share a photo that represents your unique cultural backyard!
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International Affairs, University of Oregon awards over one million dollars in scholarships to UO international students each year. Tuition, cash and work- study awards are available. Selection is based on financial need and academic merit.
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Every year, Grand Valley awards a limited number of International Merit Scholarships to incoming international students who have demonstrated an outstanding academic achievement record. The value of this scholarship is $5,000 per year.
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Student applications that are received by the Office of Admissions prior to December 15, 2010, will be given priority consideration for Fall 2011 admission. Freshmen who submit their applications by this deadline are also considered for a number of competitive scholarships and for admission to the University Honors Program. Applications received after this deadline will be considered on a space- and funding-available basis.
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CCI's Summer English Academy for Teenagers offers an intensive English language program held on beautiful boarding school campuses in New York State and Northern California.  Chi's dedicated staff provides creative English language lessons and recreational activities each week day.  Students are encouraged to use English at all times: meals, during classes and activities, as well as on weekend and mid-week excursions to New York City and the Hudson Valley.

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GMAC, owners of the GMAT® exam, have announced that PTE Academic is their preferred test for non-native English speaking students applying to MBA programs that are taught primarily in English.

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CollegeWeekLive, provider of the world's largest college fairs and admissions events, announces a $2,500 scholarship for non-U.S. students. 

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Georgia College & State University (GCSU) is proud to announce approximately 15 International Student Scholarships of up to $19,000 per year for undergraduates and several graduate assistantships for the Fall 2011 semester!  

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Columbia University American Language Program (ALP) is offering a three-week super-intensive Winter Institute in January 2011 in New York City. Classes will meet for 24 hours per week from January 4 - January 21, 2011.   This program is ideal for international students who would like to improve their English skills and study at American University over a short period of time.  Students study reading, writing, listening and speaking skills, grammar, vocabulary and pronunciation University housing is available but students must apply early, as space is limited.

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American University (AU) is now offering the ‘Community of Scholars' summer program, a college-credit high school program at the AU School of International Service.  This summer program offers students entering their junior and senior years of high school the chance to broaden their understanding of international affairs by enrolling in a college class in foreign policy, conflict resolution, or global health and the environment. Several program formats are available, including online and residential options.  

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Listen first hand from U.S. college and university representatives discuss what it takes to make the cut, or in other words, the qualities they look for in a successful applicant and how to apply for a scholarship:

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If you are an international student who has been successful in your studies, you may qualify for a scholarship to study in the United States at Drew University.  As a matter of fact, Drew University offered over $27 million in institutional aid to their student body last year.  They offer not only traditional merit-based scholarships to high achieving students, but also offer an array of special scholarships for those who excel in the arts, sciences and community service.

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Texas Wesleyan University in Fort Worth, Texas automatically considers all international applicants for scholarships totaling up to $40,000 for a four-year program!

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Merit scholarships are available to freshmen international students who take the SAT exam and begin their studies in the fall quarter through the Gateway Award Program.

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Date: 18 November 2010 (Thursday)
Time: 6.30 p.m - 8 p.m.
Place: the city library in Lenina street, 23, the 6-th floor.
Activities: discussion of different themes in mini - groups and other material/ tasks.
Costs: all services are free of charge
Registration: PRELIMINARY OBLIGATORY registration for new people on e-mail: club@center-osvita.org.ua


Volunteers are welcome! 

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