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Alexandria University Program Running In Fall

We are pleased to announce that our Arabic Language program at Alexandria University will be running for fall 2011. We can accept applications for this program until August 8, 2011.

While we do not expect that our students will experience any serious disruptions this fall in Alexandria, we have a comprehensive crisis plan with several contingencies. These range from alternate courses that have already been approved for credit by Butler University to evacuation to the American University of Sharjah, where students would be able to continue their study of Egyptian Arabic.

For more information, e-mail Chris Harrison or call her at 800-858-0229.

 
Cardiff Named One of World's Top 10 Places to Visit

National Geographic Traveler magazine has named Cardiff one of the top 10 places to visit in the world this year. Describing the city as a 'gem,' the magazine ranked Cardiff as number six for its attractions and transformation over the past few decades. All the more reason to consider our program at Cardiff University!

BBC article

 
IFSA-Butler Wins GoAbroad Innovation Award
2011_innovative_use_of_technology_winner.jpgIFSA-Butler has won the GoAbroad Innovation Award for Innovative Use of Technology for our student dashboard initiative. The IFSA-Butler student dashboard allows students to keep track of the progress of their application and download essential documents while they are logged into the IFSA-Butler social network.

The first annual GoAbroad Innovation Awards Reception was held at the NAFSA annual conference in Vancouver.

 
Wellington Students Invited to U.S. Embassy

IFSA-Butler students at Victoria University of Wellington were invited by the U.S. Embassy to its Memorial Day service in Wellington. One of the students, Caitlin Treuth (Ursinus College), was asked to do a reading.

Click here to view a photo of Caitlin doing her reading.

 
Study Tourism in Mérida
Starting in 2012, the Facultad de Ciencias Antropológicas at Universidad Autónoma de Yucatán will be offering study in tourism. The program approaches tourism from a social standpoint and examines issues such as the impact of tourism on local communities, cultural heritage, food and drink, and tourism history. The program also includes some accounting and marketing courses.
 
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