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One of the students from Nepal is coming to Bellevue Uni, Omaha, Nebraska on November, She doesnt have any fren wid her n looking for any one who can help her out there. If any one has any idea please let me know soooon...


Hi Eliza,


Bellevue Uni, Omaha, Nebraska is full of Nepalese. That is the mostly Nepalese populated university in USA I think. I remember someone told me, when you are in Omaha, you feel you are in Kathmandu. Having said that, I am sure your friend will easily find many Nepalese friends once she land there.


If you still want someone contactable before flying, let us know, we may be able to help.



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Scholarship Announcement 62


I. Scholarships and Fellowships

- Dissertation Proposal Development Fellowship 2008

- Summer Fellows on Democracy and Development Stanford

University, US

NSF Postdoctoral Fellowship at Florida State

- Formby Research Fellowships

- Visiting Fellowships: Stanford-Bill Lane Center for the

Study of the North American West

- Josephine de Kármán Fellowship San Dimas, California, US

- Hansen Summer Institute on Leadership and International


- Five College Women's Studies Research Center

- University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff M.S. Graduate Research


- Institute of International Agriculture at MSU


I. Scholarships and Fellowships


Dissertation Proposal Development Fellowship 2008


The Dissertation Proposal Development Fellowship (DPDF) is a

strategic fellowship program designed to help graduate students in

the humanities and social sciences formulate doctoral dissertation

proposals that are intellectually pointed, amenable to completion in

a reasonable time frame, and competitive in fellowship

competitions. Funding for the program is provided by the Andrew W.

Mellon Foundation. Graduate students in the early phase of their

research, generally 2nd and 3rd years, apply to one of five research

fields led by the two directors. Graduate student fellows

participate in two workshops, one in the late spring that helps

prepare them to undertake predissertation research on their topics;

and one in the early fall, designed to help them synthesize their

summer research and to draft proposals for dissertation funding.

DPDF Fellows are eligible to apply for up to $5000 from the SSRC to

support predissertation research during the summer.


Applications for and information about the DPDF program, including

criteria and eligibility for prospective fellows and research

directors, are available through the DPDF website



Application Deadline: February 8th, 2008




Summer Fellows on Democracy and Development Stanford University, US


Finaid: travel, accommodation, living expenses, and visa costs are

covered for some applicants

Date: July 28 - August 15 2008

Deadline: January 9, 2008

Open to: mid-career policymakers, academics, and leaders of civil

society organizations


The Stanford Summer Fellows on Democracy and Development Program

(SSFDD) is a three-week executive education program that is run

annually on the Stanford campus by an interdisciplinary team of

Stanford faculty. In 2008, the program will run from July 28 -

August 15.


The program brings together a group of approximately 30 civic,

political, and economic leaders from transitioning countries such as

Iraq, Afghanistan, Iran, Pakistan, China, and Russia. Stanford

Summer Fellows are former prime ministers and presidential advisers,

senators and attorneys general, journalists and civic activists,

academics and members of the international development community.

Since the program was introduced in 2005, we have typically received

more than 800 applications each year.


Participants: Eligibility Criteria

This program is aimed at early to mid-career policymakers,

academics, and leaders of civil society organizations (such as

representatives of trade unions, nongovernmental organizations, the

media, business and professional associations) who will play

important roles in their country's political, economic, and social

development. We anticipate recruiting a group of 25-30 individuals

dedicated to democracy, development and rule of law promotion within

their home countries (particularly in, but not limited to, the

regions of the Middle East, Northern and Sub-Saharan Africa, Asia,

and former Soviet Union).


Successful applicants will be proficient in spoken and written

English and will have academic and practical credentials necessary

to benefit fully from the course and actively contribute to

programmatic discussions. The ideal course participant will have

extraordinary motivation, at least three to five years of experience

in a relevant field of democratic development, and a keen interest

in learning and sharing knowledge and experiences in transforming

his or her country.



Stanford will pay travel, accommodation, living expenses, and visa

costs for the duration of the three-week program for a certain

portion of applicants. Where possible, applicants are encouraged to

supply some or all of their own funding from their current employers

or international nongovernmental organizations.


Application Process

CDDRL will accept applications for the 2008 Stanford Summer Fellows

programs beginning October 15, 2007 and ending January 9, 2008.

Application decisions will be available no later than the first week

of March, 2008.

Further information at:






NSF Postdoctoral Fellowship at Florida State

Date: 2007-12-07

Description: Postdoctoral Position Florida State University

Tallahassee, Florida History and Philosophy of Science -Ecology and

Evolutionary Biology A postdoctoral position is available at Florida

State University with funding from an NSF training grant designed to

integrate graduate training in HPS

Contact: miller@...

A postdoctoral position is available at Florida State University

with funding from an NSF training grant designed to integrate

graduate training in HPS (History and Philosophy of Science;

http://www.fsu.edu/~hps/) and EEB (Ecology and Evolutionary Biology;

http://www.bio.fsu.edu/ee/index.html). The postdoctoral associate

will begin in the summer or early fall of 2008 and will be

responsible for organizing and advising small groups of graduate

students working on integrated research projects. The successful

candidate will also be expected to foster their own research

projects with faculty and students in HPS and EEB.

This unique position requires a diverse background. Ideally, we hope

to identify individuals who have a Ph.D. in History and Philosophy

of Science (or a related discipline), or in Ecology and Evolutionary

Biology, as well as graduate training or other significant

experience across subject areas. To apply, please submit by e-mail:

(1) a cover letter describing your background and experiences HPS

and EEB, (2) a curriculum vitae, (3) a statement of research

interests, and (4) the names and addresses (including 3-mail) for

three references. Applications and inquiries should be sent to T.

Miller (miller@...); please put "Postdoc application" in the

subject line. Application review will begin Dec. 7 2007 and continue

until the position is filled.



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Formby Research Fellowships

Date: 2008-01-11

The Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library (SWC/SCL)

invites applications for the Formby Research Fellowships which

support short-term fellowships of 1-3 months. The fellowships,

which carry a stipend of $2,000 per month and must be taken between

June 1, 2008 and May 31, 2009, are open

to ...

Contact: diane.warner@...

URL: swco.ttu.edu/Formby%




Visiting Fellowships: Stanford-Bill Lane Center for the Study of the

North American West



Visiting Scholars Program Stanford University¹s Bill Lane Center for

the Study of the North American

West invites applications for its 2008-2009 visiting fellowship

program to support new research and writing about the West,

including topics related to the environment in the region. Fellows

can be in residence at Stanford for periods ranging from two weeks

to one academic year. The fellowships are designed to facilitate

research toward an article - or book-length study on a topic related

to the United States west of the Mississippi, western Canada, and/or

northern Mexico.


The Center welcomes fellowship applications on any topic. However,

we remain particularly interested in supporting work that intersects

with the topical emphases of the Center¹s programming, including


* Politics and governance

* Natural resources policy

* Freshwater in the West

* Immigration and demographic change

* The rural West

* The relationship between the federal government and the West

* The image and identity of the West in the media and popular culture


While in residence, fellows are expected to fully participate in the

intellectual life of the Center and of the campus. The fellowship is

open to faculty of all ranks from U.S. or non-U.S. institutions,

independent scholars, freelance authors, and other public

intellectuals. (As the purpose

of the program is to bring new scholars and writers to campus,

Stanford faculty members are not eligible for the fellowship. The

Center also sponsors a separate short-term fellowship program for

working journalists seeking support for articles or broadcast

segments and series, details of which can be found on our web site at



Each fellow will receive a stipend of $3,000-$20,000, depending on

rank and on length of stay. Fellows are expected to obtain

additional funding from external grants, sabbatical or other funding

from home institutions. The Center will provide an office with

networked computer, library privileges, access to fax, copier and

mailroom, and advise the fellow in making housing arrangements in

the vicinity.


The deadline for fellowship stays during Academic Year 2008-2009 is

January 14, 2008. Interested candidates may submit applications

electronically to Priscilla Williams, Administrative Associate of

the Bill Lane Center, at priscilla.williams@....

Application packages should contain a cover letter indicating

desired dates of fellowship, a CV, a one-page description of the

research project, and the names and contact information for two

references. If a candidate prefers to submit hard copies of their

application, please contact Priscilla Williams for mailing

information; packages must be received by the application deadline.

Candidates can expect decisions to be made by March 1, 2008.

Confirmation of the timing of the fellowship stay will be agreed

upon by the candidate and the Center once an

application has been accepted.


This call for applications can also be accessed at:





Josephine de Kármán Fellowship San Dimas, California, US

Scholarship / Financial aid: available

Date: one academic year: 2008-09

Deadline: December 31, 2007

Open to: Students in any discipline entering their senior

undergraduate year or a PhD

Announcement follows:


A minimum of ten (10) fellowships, $20,000 for graduate students and

$10,000 for undergraduate students, will be awarded for the regular

academic year (fall and spring semesters or the equivalent where the

quarterly system prevails), paid through the fellowship office of

the university in which the recipient is enrolled for study in the

United States. Study must be carried out only in the United States

and all funds must be expended only within this country.


The fellowship is for one academic year and may not be renewed or



Students in any discipline entering their senior undergraduate year

or a candidate for a PhD who will defend his/her dissertation by

June 2009 are eligible for a 2008-2009 fellowship. Postdoctoral and

masters degree students are not eligible for consideration.


Applications may be obtained at www.dekarman.org or in the mail. To

receive an application in the mail, please submit your request via

the website, or send your request to P.O. Box 3389, San Dimas, CA


Requests must be received no later than December 31, 2007.


Complete applications, including official transcripts of applicant's

graduate and undergraduate studies at institutions in the United

States and Canada and two letters of recommendation, must be

received by the fellowship committee IN ONE PACKAGE postmarked no

later than midnight, January 31, 2008. Late applications will not be



Announcement of awards will be made approximately April 15, 2008.


Applicants should have manifested exceptional ability and serious

purpose. Special consideration will be given to applicants in the



Dekarman fellowships are open to United States and international

students currently enrolled in a university located within the

United States.


Website: www.dekarman.org



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Hansen Summer Institute on Leadership and International Cooperation

The Hansen Summer Institute on Leadership and International

Cooperation is an exciting new International program established at

San Diego State University. Funded by a generous grant from the Fred

J. Hansen Foundation, the inaugural Hansen Summer Institute took

place in San Diego, California from July 2-22, 2007 and provided a

unique University-based leadership experience and program in

international cooperation. For three weeks, ten young American men

and women joined 20 students from a variety of developing countries

and regions of social strife.

A primary goal of the program focuses on creating an international

community of young scholars who will use their summer experience as

a foundation for creating lasting friendships and acquiring common

practical understanding of a more peaceful future. Program elements

will involve classroom instruction as well as training in the latest

techniques of conflict resolution, simulations, and active role-

play. The program will complement classroom training with local

excursions to San Diego historical attractions and cultural events.

Hansen Summer Institute training will aim to provide participants

with hands-on tools for resolving conflict that can be applied and

re-directed to their own situations at home. Deadlien for

International Students- January 4, 2008




Five College Women's Studies Research Center


A collaborative project of Amherst, Hampshire, Mount Holyoke, and

Smith Colleges and the University of Massachusetts, Amherst


The Center invites applications for its RESEARCH ASSOCIATESHIPS for

2008-2009 from scholars and teachers at all levels of the

educational system, as well as from artists, community organizers

and political activists, both local and international. Associates

are provided with offices in our spacious facility, library

privileges, and the collegiality of a diverse community of

feminists. Research Associate applications are accepted for either a

semester or the academic year. The Center supports projects in all

disciplines so long as they focus centrally on women or gender.

Regular Research Associateships are non-stipendiary. We accept about

15-18 Research Associates per year.


Applicants should submit a project proposal (up to 4 pages),

curriculum vitae, two letters of reference, and application cover

sheet. Submit all applications to: Five College Women's Studies

Research Center, Mount Holyoke College, 50 College Street, South

Hadley, MA 01075-6406. Deadline is February 11, 2008. For further

information, contact the Center at TEL 413.538.2275, FAX

413.538.3121, email fcwsrc@fivecolleges .edu, website:







University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff M.S. Graduate Research


Aquaculture/ Fisheries Center



Assistantship in Aquaculture market and marketing


To study the consumers preference for Asian Carps (live and fresh)

in ethnic markets


Arkansas is the second leading aquaculture producing state in the

U.S. and is the birthplace of warmwater aquaculture. The aquaculture

industry is a major segment of agriculture in Arkansas and is

important to the statewide economy. Market and marketing issues are

at the forefront of industry concerns. In order to expand

aquaculture market, it is essential to design products that match

consumer preference and to encourage consumers recognition and

acceptance of new or different



Responsibilities: The successful applicant will conduct his/her M.S.

degree research on the above topic.


Qualifications: B.S. in aquaculture, fisheries, or related field,

minimum GPA of 3.0 , and GRE score of 1,000+ (verbal +

quantitative) . Minimum TOEFL score of 500 for international

students. Minor in economics and /or training in quantitative

analysis will be plus.


Salary: Year 1 $15,320; Year 2 $16,320.


Closing Date: Applications will be considered until a candidate is

selected (potential starting time of summer 2008).


Contact: Please complete graduate application materials and

assistantship application forms ( www.uaex.edu/ agriculture/ aqfi)

and send to:


Dr. Madan M Dey


Aquaculture/ Fisheries Center

University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff

1200 N. University Drive, Mail Slot 4912 Pine Bluff, AR 71601

Phone: (870) 575-8108

Email: mdey@...

Web site: http://www.uaex.edu/aqfi/


Umi Muawanah


Reseacher, Research Center for Marine Technology

The Agency for Marine affairs and Fisheries Research

Dept. of Marine Affairs and Fisheries .INDONESIA

Jln MT Haryono 52-53 Jakarta Selatan 12770. Fax 62 21 79180188

Graduate student, Natural Resource and Envi. Economics. URI

Coastal Institute Building, One greenhouse Rd,


Kingston, RI 02881, P. +1 401 874 4563 (office)




Institute of International Agriculture at MSU

Michigan State University (MSU) is recognized at a center of

excellence in training and capacity building nationally and

internationally. The Institute of International Agriculture at MSU

offers international short courses and internship program in the

following areas.


An International Short Course in Agroecology, Integrated Pest

Management (IPM), and Sustainable Agriculture, June 15 - 27, 2008

This course is designed to help participants better understand the

management of new technologies and biological processes toward the

end of achieving higher productivity and enhancing environmental

quality within the context of available inputs of more traditional

fertilizers and chemical pesticide technology.


An International Internship Program in Intellectual Property Rights

(IPR), July 13 - 18, 2008

One-week internship program with focus on technology transfer, use

and management within the context of GATT/WTO. This program provides

hands-on training in the day-to-day handling of IPR issues in

several settings including university, business, and legal



An International Short Course in Food Safety, July 27 - August 1,

2008 One-week short course with a focus on food safety policy

development, risk analysis, and program implementation. This program

will provide hads-on training and experience in various issues of

food safety in both public and private sector settings.


Biosafety: An International Short Course in Environmental Aspects of

Agricultural Biotechnology, August 3 - 8, 2008

The Biosafety course is designed to give participants a thorough

grounding in all commercializatio of genetically engineered

organisms, It will cover the theory and pratice of environmental

risk assessment and management of communication of benefits and

risks of agricultural biotechnology applications. A major componet

of the program will provide practical experience in biosafety

evaluation through the real world case studies covering a diverse

group of crops, genes, and potential environmental concerns.


International Agricultural Biotechnology Short Course, September 7 -

19, 2008

This short course wil encompass biotechnology research, policies,

management, networking, and public outreach components. In addition,

biotechnology- related trade issues will be covered in the course.

This uniquely diverse course take an interactive and participatory

approach, and use of a broad mix of applied classroom instruction,

case studies, panel/group discussions, and laboratory, green-house,

and field visits.


For more information, please contact

Dr. Karim Maredia

416 Plant and Soil Sciences Buidling

Michigan State University

East Lansing, MI 48824, USA

Phone: (517) 353-5262

Fax: (517) 432-1982

E-mail: kmaredia@msu. Edu



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Scholarship Announcement 63


I. Scholarships and Fellowships

- Pilot Scholarship Program at Five Boarding Schools: Davis

International Scholar Program

- Undergraduate: Scholarship Opportunity for International

String Players, Western Illionis University, Macomb, IL

- Undergraduate and Graduate: Washington Internship Institute

- Post Doctorate: The Harry Frank Guggenheim Foundation (HFG)

Research Grants

- Professional: EarthCorps Training Course

- ESL Program Highlight: Institute of American Language and

Culture (IALC), Fordham University, New York, NY


I. Scholarships and Fellowships


Pilot Scholarship Program at Five Boarding Schools: Davis

International Scholar Program


Believing that education is the pathway to true global

understanding, the Shelby Cullom Davis family has selected five U.S.

boarding schools to participate in an international student pilot



The goal of the program is to attract highly motivated, potential

future leaders who will benefit from the educational opportunities

of select American boarding schools. Initial grants will be awarded

in the 2008-2009 academic year.


The Davis family will award grants of up to $20,000 per student, per

year based on demonstrated need. Students may enroll in the 10th,

11th, and 12th grades as well as during the postgraduate year. Upon

graduation from one of these five schools, Davis Scholars will be

eligible for continued scholarship support should they enroll at any

of the 89 Davis United World Scholars colleges and universities

which now support more than 1400 students from 126 countries.


The five boarding schools selected to participate are Andover (MA),

Emma Willard (NY), Lawrenceville (NJ), Taft (CT), and Westminster

(CT). The Heads of all five schools point to the fact that the Davis

family will extend their support through the undergraduate years as

an especially powerful aspect of the program.


In supporting highly motivated and talented students from around the

world, the Davis family looks to create a cadre of future leaders,

Americans and non-Americans alike, whose shared perspectives and

experiences will prepare them to collaborate effectively in a

demanding, complex global universe


Further Information:

Kimberly Pope

E-mail: kpope@westminster- school.org

Tel: +860-408-3026


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Undergraduate: Scholarship Opportunity for International String

Players – Viola and Chello

Western Illionis University, Macomb, IL


Western Illinois University, dedicated to diversity and the fine

arts, has designated four complete scholarships (tuition, room, and

board) to attract international string students. These four string

players (two violinists, one violist, and one cellist) from the WIU

Presidential String Quartet.


Currently there is one viola and one cello opening. Candidates will

need the following to apply:


1. A completed high school degree or equivalent.

2. One video of the candidate performing two contrasting works.

DVD or Video Cassette is acceptable.

3. A completed school of music application form. Forms can be

downloaded off the internet by visiting www.wiu.edu/ music

4. Three letters of recommendation. These must include

information on applicant's academic and musical abilities (including

sightreading ability).

5. A completed international student admission application

form. Forms can be downloaded off the internet by visiting

www.wiu.edu/ cip/

6. Successful completion of the TOEFL in internet, computer or

traditional form.


All materials must be received by March 1, 2008 for full



For more information contact:

Dr. Moisés Molina

Associate Professor of Cello

Western Illinois University

M-Molina@wiu. edu

+(309) 298-1347


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Undergraduate and Graduate: Washington Internship Institute


The Washington Internship Institute (http://www.wiidc. org/) is

pleased to invite applications from qualified international students

to participate in its Washington, DC-focused program of experiential

education. With three terms per year—convening September, January,

and June—WII provides innovative, individualized, and academically-

based internship programs within the metropolitan Washington, DC

area for undergraduate and graduate students of any academic



WII's students are placed with businesses, government agencies,

international organizations, or nonprofit organizations and are with

these organizations four days per week. Their responsibilities have

included creating marketing plans for technology companies, writing

background memoranda for White House staff, preparing guests for

appearances on national television, representing embassies at

congressional hearings, and designing web pages for nonprofit

organizations. One day per week students attend two academic

seminars, taught by WII faculty, where they reflect upon their

experiences and work collaboratively with their classmates.


As the premier internship program in Washington, DC, WII is

dedicated to providing future leaders with a rigorous, substantive

internship experience that will prepare them for success in the

workplace and active engagement in their communities. WII's

programs combine the principles of experiential learning, academic

rigor, and personal and career development to create a memorable and

challenging semester for students. Further, by fully integrating

U.S. and international students in its academic programs and

housing, WII fosters a lively exchange between U.S. and

international students. This interaction enhances students'

knowledge and understanding of different cultures and prepares them

for life in a global society.


WII is a designated J Exchange Visitor Program sponsor, and has

worked with international students since its creation over 15 years

ago. The program fee includes internship placements, academic

instruction, program orientation and on-program support, housing,

and selected cultural and enrichment activities. Students must cover

the transportation and meal costs on their own.


WII welcomes inquiries from EducationUSA advising centers,

institutions of higher education, and individual students and

faculty. For more information about the program, including fees,

consult the WII website at http://www.wiidc. org/, or send an inquiry

to info@wiidc.org. WII's Washington, DC, address is 1776

Massachusetts Avenue, NW, Suite 201, Washington, D.C. 20036; tel:

+;1 (202) 833-8580; fax: +;1 (202) 833-8581.


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Post Doctorate: The Harry Frank Guggenheim Foundation (HFG) Research



Program Description:

The Harry Frank Guggenheim Foundation (HFG) welcomes proposals from

any of the natural and social sciences and the humanities that

promise to increase understanding of the causes, manifestations, and

control of violence, aggression, and dominance. Highest priority is

given to research that can increase understanding and amelioration

of urgent problems of violence, aggression, and dominance in the

modern world.


Particular questions that interest HFG concern violence, aggression,

and dominance in relation to social change, the socialization of

children, intergroup conflict, interstate warfare, crime, family

relationships, and investigations of the control of aggression and

violence. Research with no useful relevance to understanding human

problems will not be supported, nor will proposals to investigate

urgent social problems where the foundation cannot be assured that

useful, sound research can be done. Priority will also be given to

areas and methodologies not receiving adequate attention and support

from other funding sources.


HFG awards research grants to individuals for individual projects

and does not award grants to institutions for institutional programs.


Website: http://www.hfg. org/rg/guideline s.htm


Levels of Study: postdoctorate

Average Award Amount: $15,000 to $30,000 a year

Award Duration: 1 to 2 years

Award Deadline: New applications must be received by August 1, for

a decision in December.



The Harry Frank Guggenheim Foundation, 527 Madison Ave, New York, NY


Phone #: (212) 644-4907

Fax #: (212) 644-5110


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Professional: EarthCorps Training Course


EarthCorps offers a 6-month training course in Seattle, Washington,

USA that brings together emerging environmental leaders to learn the

fundamentals of:


Environmental Service

Community Building



EARTHCORPS CHARGES NO TUITION OR FEES for its services and in fact

supplies insurance, individual homestay families, food, gear and a

monthly stipend to all international participants. EarthCorps

provides additional support in acquiring US J-1 Trainee visas.




*4 year college degree and 1 year of work experience in the

environmental field


*5 years of work experience in the environmental field

*Conversational English

*Documented commitment to one's career field

*No Criminal Record




*Applicant Application Dead Line: January 31, 2008

*Participant selection: February 2008

*Visa processing: March - May 2008

*Travel confirmation: May 2008

*EarthCorps Program starting date: June 3, 200 8

*EarthCorps Program graduation: December 12, 2008




Candidates should be referred to EarthCorps by an environmental

organization (i.e. NGO, community group or student club). Materials

are available online at:

http://www.earthcor ps.org/join_ international. php.


Further information:

Mark Howard

International Program Manager, EarthCorps

6310 NE 74th St., Suite 201E

Seattle, Washington 98115 USA

+;1-206-322-9296 ext. 224 office

+;1-206-322-9312 fax

E-mail: mark@earthcorps. org


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ESL Program Highlight: Institute of American Language and Culture

(IALC), Fordham University, New York, NY



Fordham University's Institute of American Language and Culture

(IALC) offers English as a Second Language classes at six levels of

English proficiency - from beginning to the university preparatory

level. (Levels 1 -6) The core curriculum consists of traditional ESL

classes in reading, writing and grammar; speaking, listening and

vocabulary; and classes that combine all skills. Content-based

courses, covering topics such as Business English, Modern Short

Fiction, and American Culture through the Arts, are also available

to students at the advanced levels.


For working students at the high-intermediate and advanced levels,

evening and Saturday classes are available. To meet the needs of

matriculated Fordham students and students who test into Level 6,

the IALC offers both credit and non-credit university preparatory



The institute offers special programs like field trips in New York

City, The Language Exchange Program with the students of Fordham

University, academic workshops and the institute has a well-equipped

language laboratory as well.


Admission requirements:

High school graduates age 18 or older are eligible to apply. All

students must complete a placement exam in the IALC office prior to


For international students who intend to enter the intensive full-

time program, the Institute issues I-20 forms (the application for

an F-1 student visa) through the Office of International Services

(in this case a $100 tuition deposit is needed). See details on



Tuition and fees:

• Full-time study: $4,200/semester; summer session: $3,900

• OIS fee for full-time students: $40/semester (no OIS fee for

summer session)

• Part-time study: $1,400/course/ semester; summer session:


• $100 tuition deposit for foreign students (non-refundable)

• Tuition may be refunded if certain conditions meet, see

website for details.

• Additional cost may be the health insurance ($945/semester)

and living expenses (estimated $7,200/semester)



Application forms are available on the website


Further information and contact:

Irene Badaracco

E-mail: esl@fordham. edu


33 West 60th Street, 3rd Floor

New York, NY 10023

Phone (212) 636-6353

Fax (212) 636-7045

http://www.fordham. edu/esl





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[usef_nepal] USEF event: 'Inside Graduate Admissions' on 01/25/2008


USEF will be screening 'Inside Graduate Admissions' on Friday,

January 25, 2008 at 2 p.m. This informative, one hour video for

graduate (Master's and PhD) applicants will show you what happens to

your application once it reaches a US university. To attend this

session, please register at USEF library. There is a Rs. 50/-

registration fee. Limited seats available so please register ASAP!!





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La Roche College (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; www.laroche. edu) will

be holding a free information session for undergraduate students at


Tuesday, Jan 29th, 2008 at 2:00 pm. To attend this session, please

register ASAP at USEF's library and pick up your admission

ticket. Please bring a national ID for registration.


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