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Summer Sessions Study Abroad 2004



Dates: December 27, 2006 - January 14, 2007
Cost: $2940
Summary: The location is in Sydney, Australia with student services provided by AIFS at the University of Sydney.
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Location: Sydney, Australia is a vibrant, dynamic and very accessible city waiting to be explored. Bursting with character, the city caters to all cultural desires, highlighting the famous Opera House, Bondi and Bronte Beaches, to its unique blend of dining, shopping and recreation options in one of the world’s most attractive urban environments. The climate is mild, the surroundings are incredible - especially the Blue Mountains - making it the ideal educational encounter. Participants can choose to join the festivities at the Sydney harbour on New Year’s Eve, learn more about the history of the Aboriginal peoples, or immerse themselves in Australian arts and sports.
Eligibility: This program is open to all BIS students who have successfully completed BIS 301, BIS 302 and BIS 401, who desire to travel, study abroad and come in contact with different customs, foods, and ways of life. Students must submit a completed application with a $450 non-refundable deposit by September 15, 2006. Applications received after the deadline will be rejected if space is full. Alumni are welcome to join us.
Accepting: 20 students
This three-week program is designed to give participants a comprehensive overview of the general theme of globalization, with a particular focus on the Australian experience. Program includes classes, field trips, and excursions, with some free time for individual exploration.

BIS 402/BIS 498 Seminar: Globalization in Australia

Participants will be housed in 5-bedroom apartments (single rooms), on a bed and breakfast basis at Sydney University Village (SUV). Facilities at SUV include a cafeteria, bar, laundromat, computer center, reception and on-site security.
Cost: The Program fee of $2940 (subject to possible change) includes: housing, breakfast, a travel pass for use on all local buses and ferries, classroom space, computer use and one evening group meal. Not included: ASU tuition (3 credits), additional meals, and personal expenses. AIFS flights available for US $1540.
For More Information Contact: Dr. Mirna Lattouf
Interdisciplinary Studies Program
School of Interdisciplinary Studies
ASU Tempe Campus
UAS Bldg. 2nd floor
Phone: 480-965-0632

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