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Housing and Consumer Economics Study Tours. Washington DC July 9 - July 25 2001. Why Go to Washington DC?. Earn credit hours toward your degree while having a WONDERFUL experience Opportunity to make contacts for future internships and / or job Get to know your classmates Exciting city .

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Housing and Consumer Economics Study Tours

Washington DC

July 9 - July 25 2001


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Why Go to Washington DC?

  • Earn credit hours toward your degree while having a WONDERFUL experience

  • Opportunity to make contacts for future internships and / or job

  • Get to know your classmates

  • Exciting city


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Details

  • 3 credit hours for HACE major courses area

  • July 9th through 13th in Athens

  • July 14 - travel to DC on your own

  • July 15 through 21st

    • orientation

    • visits to many government agencies, a day at the capital, reception with alums in DC area

  • July 22 - travel back to Athens

  • July 23-25 - in Athens - debrief and exam


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Details

  • Stay in student housing at

  • Program fee: $600

    • Deposit of $300 to reserve a slot


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College of Family and Consumer SciencesLondon Study Abroad Program


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Why Study Abroad?

  • Make progress toward your degree while learning in a different culture

  • Experience living in a foreign country

  • Meet students from all over the world


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WHY STUDY IN LONDON?

  • Rich in history and tradition

  • International financial center

  • Cultural diversity

London


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Credit Hours

  • Minimum number of credit hours that students can take is 3; specifically a course in British Life and Culture

  • Other courses

    • offered by FCS faculty member supervising program

    • internships

    • independent study


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Internships in an International Setting

  • Advertising firms

  • Retailers

  • Publishing houses /magazines

  • PR firms

  • Charitable organizations

  • Financial institutions


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Types of Financial Aid Available for Study Abroad

  • HOPE SCHOLARSHIP.

  • Student Financial Aid

  • Regent - AIFS Foundation Scholarship


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Accommodations

  • Studio/flat spaces are available for the 6 week summer program in the Kensington area of London. These accommodations are townhouses from the 19th century which have been modernized. Most of the shared flats include shared lounge, bedrooms, kitchen, and baths.


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Numerous cultural activities are available in London and Great Britain....and beyond


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Numerous cultural activities are available in London and Great Britain....and beyond



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If your destination is London

  • Talk to your advisor

  • Watch for information late spring or early next fall for future programs