Seville, Spain - College of Lake County

Seville, Spain - College of Lake County

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Seville, Spain Fall or Spring Semester

ICISP Study Abroad Program Details Students interested in residing and studying in another country for a longer period of time may participate in a semester abroad program offered through the Illinois Consortium for International Studies and Programs (ICISP). Earn up to 18 credits of CLC general education courses while studying at The International College of Seville in Seville, Spain.

Program Dates: Fall Semester: September 21st through December 11th Spring Semester: February 1st through May 6th Cost: Semester estimated @ $10,080 plus airfare (price subject to change without notice) Includes: Instructional costs, homestay lodging, travel insurance, some meals and course field trips Application Deadlines: Fall Semester: April 15th | Spring Semester: September 15th For More Information Visit: www.clcillinois.edu/cie

For more information, contact: Center for International Education www.clcillinois.edu (847) 543-2000

ICISP SEMESTER-IN-SPAIN PROGRAM at THE INTERNATIONAL COLLEGE OF SEVILLE Fall 2015 and Spring 2016 Schedule and Fees The Semester Program in Spain is offered twice each year during the fall and spring term. Students live and attend classes in Seville. This program is offered at the International College of Seville (ICS). Participants earn 12-18 college credit hours per semester. (A 5-week summer program is also available.)

FALL:

Deadline to apply: Recommended US departure: Registration & Orientation: CLASSES BEGIN at ICS: Program ends:

May 15, 2015 September 15, 2015 September 16/17, 2015 September 21, 2015 December 11, 2015

SPRING:

Deadline to apply: Recommended US departure: Registration & Orientation: CLASSES BEGIN at ICS: Program ends:

October 15, 2015 January 27, 2016 January 28/29, 2016 February 1, 2016 May 6, 2016

1. SPAIN PROGRAM FEES:

$10,080

(Includes instructional fees, airport reception for designated flights, housing with laundry, full meal plan, health insurance [private clinics, medical specialists, house calls, 24-hr. support service], free cell phone for duration of semester, cultural visits, fieldtrip excursions, free Wi-Fi access, tutorial assistance, on-site library and study areas, "intercambio" program with Spanish students, and ICISP fees). It also includes a $100 refundable housing deposit which will be returned to the students at the end of the semester, if no charges are incurred. 2. COLLEGE TUITION

Contact study abroad office at home college

3. ROUND-TRIP AIRFARE TO SPAIN

Approximately: $1300 from major US cities (Varies by departure city and day of travel)

PAYMENTS Students must register and pay tuition and all program fees before departure. Flight reservations are made by student and airfare is paid directly to the airline/travel agent. In the event of cancellation before departure, program fees will be refunded at a decreasing level minus a non-refundable service fee. Please see your home college ICISP rep. for more information. No refunds will be made after the first day of classes in Spain.

ROOM & BOARD Spanish Host Family (one or two students per home includes 3 meals per day and laundry) VISA REQUIREMENTS Fall and Summer – No Visa is required. Spring - Student visas are required by the Spanish government for stays of more than 90 days in duration. The spring semester program is over 90 days so a visa is required. You must have a passport before you can apply for your visa. Some Spanish Consulates now require more than four weeks to process visa applications. It is imperative that you begin this process as soon as you decide to participate in this program and have received the official acceptance letter from ICISP. You must apply through the Spanish Consulate in whose jurisdiction (state) you live. A current list of Spanish Consulates is available online at: www.spainemb.org/ingles/consulate/consulates.htm COURSES & CREDITS: (Prerequisite: Minimum 2.75 GPA; no previous study of Spanish is required). Program participants attend classes at the International College of Seville. (Advanced student can take classes at the University of Seville. See below.) Students earn 12-18 semester credit hours per term including mandatory language courses and selected other classes taught in English. Scheduled offerings are current on the ICS website at: www.ics-seville.org Required Culture and Society of Spain Spanish Language courses - 101/102, 201/202 or Advanced Comp, plus Spanish Conversation Electives Art of Spain, History of Spain, Three Culture: Jews, Muslims and Christian, International Business, International Relations, Spanish Literature, Advanced Spanish, Comparative Grammar and other courses dependent on enrollment. University of Seville Students with college-level proficiency in Spanish (3 years college-level Spanish or equivalent) may enroll in special classes taught in Spanish at the University of Seville. Students who attend the University of Seville must register for a minimum of three classes. This is not the typical ICISP student experience and should be closely arranged with the student’s ICISP rep. to assure transferability of credits.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Susan Kerby Study Abroad Specialist, Coordinator of ICISP Seville College of DuPage 425 Fawell Blvd BIC 3509 Glen Ellyn, IL 60137 (630) 942-3078

[email protected]

Karen Huber ICISP Coordinator Heartland Community College 1500 West Raab Road Normal, IL 61761-9446 (309) 268-8664 (309) 268-7964 (fax)

ICISP Study Abroad Application Applicant Name: _______________________________________ Home College: _______________________________________ ICISP Representative: _______________________________________ The following items constitute a complete application: Completed application packet including pages 1 – 7 (pages 9 - 12 of the packet are for reference for the student) 1. Checklist (pages 1 - 2) 2. Application page including course selections (Passport numbers may be submitted after the student receives his/her passport). (Pages 3 - 5) 3. Terms of the Program: (pages 6 - 7) o Release Agreement o Medical Agreement/Permission for Emergency Treatment o Participant Information including cancellation and refund policy o Student Conduct Agreement including expectations and dismissal policy 4. Housing form (page 17) Two recommendation forms (pages 13, 15). At least one recommendation form needs to be completed by a faculty member. The student may choose another college staff or faculty member as his/her second reference. Recommendations are to be returned to the ICISP representative. Canterbury applicants must complete and include the Canterbury Application and Accommodation Forms (page 18). Carlow applicants must complete and include the Carlow Student Residence Application Form (pages 1920) An official college transcript to verify the following: 1) minimum GPA of 2.75 on a 4.0 scale; 2) completion of at least 12 hours of college level course work; and 3) completion of one college writing course (commonly known as English Composition I and/or II; IAI C900 and C1901R or C1900R or C1900), or equivalent, with grade of B or higher. Another transcript may be required at the conclusion of the current semester if eligibility requirements for the program are in progress. ICISP representatives are required to review transcripts to verify student eligibility. Do not send transcripts directly to ICISP. If the transcript is not included in the student’s application package, the transcript must first be sent to the student’s ICISP representative for review and then forwarded to the ICISP office. A typed essay explaining the reasons for participating in the study abroad program, including expectations and how the program relates to personal and/or career goals. (1000 word minimum). A copy of the student’s passport. If the student will apply for a passport upon acceptance, a copy of a government-issued identification (e.g. driver’s license, state id) is acceptable.

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A $500 deposit/application fee paid to the student’s home institution must be submitted with the application. The fee will be applied to the program cost after acceptance. Please attach a photocopy of the student’s payment to the application. Carlow, Seville, and Salzburg applicants must submit a digital photograph to the ICISP Program Assistant, Karen Huber, by email at [email protected] Optional: Submit ICISP Founders’ scholarship application which requires additional photocopy of student’s transcripts. (Deadlines: Fall Programs – May 15th, Spring Programs – October 15th, Summer Programs – February 15th) The completed application packet must be submitted to the home institution’s ICISP representative, allowing sufficient time for the representative to forward the packet that must be received in the ICISP office by the application deadline: Fall Programs – May 15th, Spring Programs – October 15th and Summer Programs February 15th. Applications submitted to the ICISP office using outdated forms will be returned to the student’s representative. Late applications will not be considered.

ICISP Representative: I verify that all items listed above are included in this application. Furthermore, I have reviewed the study abroad application, verified eligibility, and support the student’s application to study abroad. _____________________________________________ ICISP Representative’s Signature

________________________ Date

$ ______ payment received by home institution on ___________ (date) Attach photocopy of all payments. Comments: _______________________________________________________________________________

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ICISP Study Abroad Application I am applying for: Study in Canterbury, United Kingdom Study in Carlow, Ireland Study in Salzburg, Austria Study in Seville, Spain

Fall semester Spring semester Summer session

20 20 20

STUDENT APPLICANT INFORMATION – PLEASE PRINT Name ________________________________________________

Male:

Female:

Address ___________________________________________________________________________________ Street City State Zip Code E-mail address _________________________________________ Telephone (______) ____________________ Age ______ Date of Birth ______/______/______ Note: Students must be aged 18 or older by program start date. (dd/mm/yyyy) College presently attending __________________________________ Home institution student ID: _________ Major____________________________________

Cumulative GPA _________ (2.75 or higher required)

College writing sequence (IAI C1900 and C1901R or C1900R or C1900) Grade _________ (B or higher required) Number of credit hours completed ________________

Are you applying for Financial Aid? Yes:

No:

If applying for financial aid, what type? __________________________________________________________

Passport #: __________________________________ Citizenship: US (To be filled in before or at orientation)

NAME

Other __________________ (specify)

If other, country of residency ______________________

EMERGENCY CONTACTS RELATIONSHIP TELEPHONE

ADDRESS

1. ________________________ ________________ (_____) __________ ______________________________ (_____) __________ ______________________________

2. ________________________ ________________ (_____) __________ ______________________________ (_____) __________ ______________________________

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ICISP Study Abroad Application PRELIMINARY COURSE SELECTIONS Four Classes plus Alternate for Semester Programs; Two Classes for Summer Programs Please detail your preliminary course selections below. The list of articulated and available classes for each study abroad program can be accessed through your home institution’s ICISP representative. Please note that course availability is subject to change without notice and may vary by semester. You may only select courses that have been articulated through ICISP; failure to select courses that have been articulated through ICISP may result in the class not transferring to your home institution.

Prefix & Course Number

Name of ICISP Course

ICISP Course Number

Home College Equivalent

1. ______________ ____________________________________ ___________________ __________________ 2. ______________ ____________________________________ ___________________ __________________ 3. ______________ ____________________________________ ___________________ __________________ 4. ______________ ____________________________________ ___________________ __________________ 5. ______________ ____________________________________ ___________________ __________________

Alternate course ______________ ____________________________________ ___________________ __________________

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ICISP Study Abroad Application General Information _________________________________ Study Abroad Program

__________________________________ Semester/Year

_______________________________________________________________________________________ Last Name First Name Middle Name Female

Male

_________________________ Date of Birth (dd/mm/yyyy)

___________________________________ Place of Birth (City and State)

_________________________ _____________________________________________________________ Passport Number College presently attending ___________________________________________ __________________________________________ Degree/Certificate pursuing Declared or Intended Major Write brief comments on the topics below: Career plans:

Work experience:

Travel experience:

Special interests and/or hobbies:

Language(s) studied and/or spoken:

How did you find out about the program?

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ICISP Study Abroad Application Terms of the Program (page 1 of 2) Release Agreement I, the undersigned, having applied to the ICISP Study Abroad program in _______________________________ for the _______________ semester, 20_____, do covenant and agree as follows: I release ICISP and the host institution from any liability or damage or loss of property, injury, illness, or death during the period of the program. I understand and agree that neither the Illinois Consortium for International Studies and Programs (ICISP), its agents, officers, or employees, nor any educational institution associated in this endeavor shall assume any liability for damages or loss of property or for any financial or other obligations incurred by participants either in the United States or elsewhere. I further understand and agree that while participating in the Program, I shall be subject to the supervision and authority of ICISP, its agents, officers and employees, including the sole decision-making responsibility with respect to any participants whose conduct or academic standing may warrant expulsion or withdrawal from the Program. I understand that participants are expected to attend classes regularly unless otherwise indicated by illness or unavoidable circumstances and to conduct themselves in a mature and responsible way as representatives of their colleges and their country. I further understand and agree that when I travel independently from travel arrangements and fieldtrips organized by the host college and/or by ICISP for participants in the Program I do so at my own risk. I assume responsibility for my own health, safety, and responsibility for all of my luggage and valuables as a result of this decision. I hold the host college and ICISP harmless for this decision and was advised as to my personal responsibility for this decision. I hereby acknowledge and agree that if I should be required to withdraw from the program for failure to maintain appropriate standards of study or behavior, that my rights to a refund of any program fees may be limited and that I would no longer have access to any of the facilities of the Program. I agree that, should there be any dispute concerning my participation in the Program that would require the adjudication of a court of law, such adjudication will occur in the McLean County Illinois Circuit Court and be determined by the laws of the State of Illinois. I represent that I am at least eighteen years of age or, if not, that I have secured below the signature of my parent or guardian as well as my own. I further represent that my agreement to the provisions herein is wholly voluntary, and further understand that, prior to signing this agreement, I have the right to consult with any advisers, counselors, or attorneys of my choice. I agree that, should any provision or aspect of this agreement be found to be unenforceable, that all remaining provisions of the agreement will remain in full force and effect.

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ICISP Study Abroad Application Terms of the Program (page 2 of 2) Medical Agreement and Release/Permission for Emergency Treatment On rare occasions, an emergency will develop which requires medical care, hospitalization, or surgery for a participant. So that such treatment can be administered without delay, we ask that each applicant sign the following statement authorizing ICISP representatives abroad to secure any necessary treatment. In the event of injury or illness, I hereby authorize any representative abroad of ICISP to secure any necessary treatment, including the administration of an anesthetic and surgery. Agreement to terms of ICISP Study Abroad Programs I acknowledge that I have read and understood:  The Release Agreement (pg. 6)  The Medical Agreement and Release/Permission for Emergency Treatment (pg. 7)  the Participant Information including Cancellation and Refund Policy (pages 9-10)  the Student Conduct Agreement including expectations and dismissal policy (pages 11-12) As an applicant to the program, I agree to such terms. ________________________________________ Signature of Student Applicant

_________________________________________ Date

________________________________________ Printed Name _______________________________________ Program (Destination)

___________________________________________ Semester/year

WITNESS SIGNATURE ___________________________________________ Signature of Parent or Legal Guardian if Participant is under 18 years of age

____________________________________________ Date

___________________________________ Printed Name

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Pages 9 through 12 are designed to be kept by the student for reference.

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ICISP Study Abroad Application Participant Information Program Price Your campus ICISP representative has provided you with an itemized list of activities and services covered by the program price. It also stipulates anticipated expenses that are not covered by your program fees. The costs are estimated based on the rates of exchange between U.S. dollars and foreign currencies at the time the price was established. As a result, the program cost is subject to change. Every effort is made to establish a realistic price for the program. However, in the unlikely event that it becomes necessary to increase the program cost after it has been advertised, participants may withdraw from the program within seven days of the date of the revised invoice with no penalty whatsoever. Withdrawal for reasons other than price increase falls under the normal cancellation policy described in a separate section. Use of Photos and Testimonials Students participating in ICISP study abroad programs permit ICISP to use their names and photographs taken during the education abroad experience and statements made in written program evaluations in study abroad publications, reports, press releases, promotional literature, websites, and posters. ICISP reserves the right to copyright all photos and promotional literature used by the consortium. Passports Students who do not have a passport at the time of application are strongly encouraged to apply for a passport immediately. Failure to secure a passport may mean that the student will not be able to participate in the program. Air Transportation Participants will make their own flight arrangements to their destination. Each ICISP program will provide information on meeting the group at a pre-arranged time and place (usually an airport or the point of entry for the group). Failure to meet the group on time and any extra costs incurred as a result is solely the responsibility of the participant. Deposits and Payments A $500 deposit is due with the completed application form and subject to the cancellation and refund policy on page 9. Applications received after the final deadline will not be considered. Please submit all payments payable to applicant’s home institution to the ICISP representative. Final payments must be made to the home institution prior to the orientation date. Payments must be made on schedule or the student risks being dropped from the program. Orientation The student will be informed by the ICISP office of acceptance to the program and the date, time and location for the orientation session. Orientation sessions for Canterbury, Carlow, Salzburg and Seville are generally held from 9:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at Heartland Community College in Normal, Illinois approximately 6-8 weeks prior

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to departure. Orientation is mandatory. Final processing, meeting other participants and obtaining detailed program information during orientation will maximize the student’s experience. Financial Aid Students apply for financial aid on their home campus. Students who will receive financial aid, but not in time to make scheduled payments, must arrange for a short-term loan. Deposits must be made on time to overseas institutions and vendors so the Consortium cannot wait for payments beyond the established deadlines. Cancellation and Refunds If, for any reason, the Consortium cancels a scheduled study abroad program prior to departure, ICISP's only liability will be to refund the monies paid into the program by the student. Please understand that, if you change your plans for any reason, your right to a refund is limited. The following cancellation schedule applies to all ICISP consortial programs. -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Written Notice received by ICISP Cancellation Penalty -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Up until two weeks before orientation

No penalty

From two weeks before orientation until two working days after orientation

A cancellation penalty of the application fee/deposit will be imposed.

Three or more working days after orientation

The cancellation penalty will be determined by ICISP based upon advance deposits and payments made on behalf of the student.

Day of departure or later

NO REFUND

ALL CANCELLATIONS MUST BE MADE IN WRITING AND SENT TO: Heartland Community College/ICISP ICISP Program Assistant 1500 West Raab Road Normal, IL 61761-9446 CAMPUS: 309-268-8664 FAX: 309-268-7986 EMAIL: [email protected] No refunds will be made for any services provided in the itinerary that you do not use. If you have any questions regarding the above information, please contact your ICISP representative or the ICISP Program Assistant at the above address.

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ICISP Study Abroad Application Student Code of Conduct and Agreement Participation in the Illinois Consortium International Studies and Programs (ICISP) study abroad program is conditional upon the understanding and following of specific behaviors, rules of the host country and your home institution, and accountability for one’s actions while participating in the program. Therefore, ICISP representatives, as well as those in charge of ICISP programs on site, have full authority to enforce agreedupon standards. Further, they have full authority to take necessary steps to provide for the safety and full participation of all students, while participating in on-campus activities, off-campus field trips, and other travel as decided upon by the student. This may include, but not be limited to: advising the student’s ICISP representative, advising the student’s family, giving a warning of possible future dismissal from the program, and finally, sending the student home at the student’s expense, with no reimbursement of payments. The student agrees to the following: PERSONAL CONDUCT As a guest in another country students are responsible and must conform to all laws of that country and rules, customs, and standards of the host institution. Be aware that you are also under any code of conduct determined by your home institution. Students must conduct themselves in an appropriate manner at all times. Inappropriate behavior is cause for dismissal from the program. PROGRAM PARTICIPATION and CLASS ATTENDANCE Students are expected to attend classes, maintain a full time course load as defined by the program, and attend all field trips. Attendance is mandatory unless specific arrangements have been made with the on-site program directors. Unauthorized absences are grounds for disciplinary action and possible dismissal from the program. INDEPENDENT TRAVEL While it is assumed that students may wish to participate in additional travel unrelated to the program, students must understand that commitment to their educational program at the overseas institution is primary and takes precedence over all other recreational travel. Students must understand and acknowledge that they accept full responsibility for personal travel. Students must inform their host family, as well as the ICISP or other representatives of the program, of overnight absences, and provide their itinerary so that in case of emergency they may be contacted. LEGAL PROBLEMS The student is responsible for all legal problems with any foreign nationals or government jurisdictions of the host country. ICISP cannot be held responsible for the well-being, health or safety of the student when he/she is absent from the program. The student accepts liability and is financially responsible for any damage or injury he/she may cause. The host institution, ICISP, or the student’s Host College does not guarantee what, if any, assistance can be provided.

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DISMISSAL POLICY The In-Country Program Directors reserve the right to dismiss any student at any time for any of the following infractions:  violation of any rules mentioned above,  disruptive behavior,  excessive absences from the academic program including field trips,  use of illegal drugs,  excessive use of alcohol,  any conduct that appears in the In-Country Program Director’s judgment to be disruptive to the student or incompatible with the interest or welfare of others or the reputation of the program. Students dismissed from the program will remain responsible for all program costs incurred on their behalf, and will be sent home at their own expense. Full loss of academic credit may also result. DISMISSAL PROCEDURE 1. The In-Country Program Directors, the host institution, or the host family identifies violation of any program rules. 2. In-Country Program Directors discuss the violation with the student and a course of action is agreed upon and documented. This is faxed to the ICISP Study Abroad Coordinator who will contact the ICISP representative. 3. If remediation does not occur within the agreed-upon time frame, and if the student continues to break the rules of the agreement, he or she will be contacted by the In-Country Program Directors for immediate dismissal. All students participating in an ICISP program must sign this agreement. Any student who refuses to sign will not be allowed to participate in an ICISP program.

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ICISP Study Abroad Application College Faculty or Staff Recommendation (Form 1) ___________________________________________ has applied for admission to the Study Abroad Program in _________________________________________ for the _________________ semester, 20______. Please indicate below your evaluation of this student:

Excellent

Good

Poor

Unable to Judge

Probable academic success

5

3

1

0

Dependability

5

3

1

0

Maturity

5

3

1

0

Ability to get along with others

5

3

1

0

Adaptability to a new environment

5

3

1

0

Independence

5

3

1

0

Trustworthiness

5

3

1

0

Open-mindedness

5

3

1

0

Social contact

5

3

1

0

Sense of humor

5

3

1

0

Good ambassador from your college/United States

5

3

1

0

Please comment in a separate letter on the student's ability to do academic work abroad and to adjust to living in a foreign environment.

_________________________________ Printed Name of Reference

_________________________________ Signature of Reference

________________________________ Title - Division/Department

________________ Date

Please return this form to __________________________________ on or before ______________________ ICISP Representative (date)

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This page is intentionally left blank so recommendation form may be distributed as needed.

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ICISP Study Abroad Application College Faculty or Staff Recommendation (Form 2) ___________________________________________ has applied for admission to the Study Abroad Program in _________________________________________ for the _________________ semester, 20_____. Please indicate below your evaluation of this student:

Excellent 5

Good 3

Poor 1

Unable to Judge 0

Dependability

5

3

1

0

Maturity

5

3

1

0

Ability to get along with others

5

3

1

0

Adaptability to a new environment

5

3

1

0

Independence

5

3

1

0

Trustworthiness

5

3

1

0

Open-mindedness

5

3

1

0

Social contact

5

3

1

0

Sense of humor

5

3

1

0

Good ambassador from your college/United States

5

3

1

0

Probable academic success

Please comment in a separate letter on the student's ability to do academic work abroad and to adjust to living in a foreign environment.

_________________________________ Printed Name of Reference

_________________________________ Signature of Reference

________________________________ Title - Division/Department

______________________ Date

Please return this form to __________________________________ on or before ______________________ ICISP Representative (date)

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This page is intentionally left blank so recommendation form may be distributed as needed.

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ICISP Study Abroad Application Housing Form: Canterbury, Salzburg, Seville This form is to be completed by applicants to Canterbury, United Kingdom; Salzburg, Austria; and Seville, Spain. One of the most important experiences of the ICISP Programs is the living situation with families. Living with a family gives you greater insight into the society and culture as well as a "home away from home". Although living with a family requires some adjustments, at times even the sacrifice of a small amount of your independence, almost all students in the past have agreed that living with a family is definitely preferable to dormitory living. However, you can be assured that the families perfectly understand that you are adults, who wish to travel on weekends, that there are no curfews, etc. Ultimately, it will depend upon you, whether you wish a very personal close relationship with your family or whether you prefer a more independent situation. Most homestays in Canterbury and Seville are located no further than a 40 minute walk to campus. For homestays in Salzburg, students may need to take a bus to campus. In order to give the college administration input on the housing arrangements preferred please fill in the information below. Name: _______________________________________________________ I would prefer a family:

with children

without children

I would prefer:

close contact

more independence

If possible, I prefer a single room:

yes

no

I smoke:

yes

no

I am a vegetarian:

yes

no

This is my first time living away from home:

yes

no

no preference

On a scale of 1-9, with 9 very comfortable and 1 not at all comfortable. How comfortable are you with dogs? _________ How comfortable are you with cats? _________ How comfortable do you feel about living abroad? _________ List any allergies you have: ______________________________________________________________ I would like to have____________________________ as a housemate (please note that this request may not be honored by the host institution). Other comments: _________________________________________________________________________________

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Additional Application Form for Students Applying to Canterbury, United Kingdom Status (Please Specify): Mr. Mrs. Ms. Miss

Male

Given Names:

Family Name:

Female

Date Of Birth (dd/mm/yyyy) Citizenship: U.S.______

Other:______

If other, please specify:_____________________ Country Of Current Residence:

Passport Number:

Telephone Number:

Mobile Number:

Fax Number:

Email Address:

Accommodation Application Information for Canterbury Special requirements/allergies:

Preferences for accommodation placement:

Other things your home stay family should know about you:

Message for the home stay family:

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Application Form for Students Applying to Carlow, Ireland Carlow College Student Residence Application Form

Last Name:

__________________________________________

First Name:

__________________________________________

Nationality:

__________________________________________

Date of Birth:

__________________________________________

Gender:

Male

Address :

Female

__________________________________________ __________________________________________

Telephone Number: ___________________ Mobile / Cell Number: ____________________ Email Address:__________________________________________ Emergency Contact Name: ____________________________________ Telephone Number: ___________________ Mobile / Cell Number: ____________________

Date of Arrival:

___________________________

Date of Departure:

___________________________

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If there are other details relevant to your application, such as a medical condition or special needs, which you would like us to be aware of, please give details.

_________________________________________________________________________

_________________________________________________________________________

_________________________________________________________________________ I, the above named student, accept terms and conditions of this contract and agree to abide by the rules of Lennon House. Signed:

___________________________

Date: ________________

================================================== Office Use Only

Approval of Application

Yes

No

Room Number:

___________________________

Signed:

___________________________

Date: ________________

On behalf of Carlow College Management Board

Signed:

___________________________

Date: ________________

On behalf of Lennon House Management

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International College of Seville

ICCB #

IAI #

ICISP #

Corresponding course at CLC

Semester offered

ART Art History II**

11-500703 F2 902

1102 ART 241: Art History II

F,S

ECONOMICS Comparative Economics**

11-450601

1203 ECO 225: Comparative Economic Systems

F,S

HISTORY History of Spain** The European Union**

11-540103 11-540101

1428 HST 124: Modern Europe II 1429 TBD - Need Syllabus?

F,S F,S

POLITICAL SCIENCE International Relations** Intro to Comparative Government**

11-450901 S5 904N 11-451001 S5 905

1602 PSC 222: International Relations 1603 PSC 221: Comparative Political Systems

F,S F,S

BUSINESS International Business: Eurpoean** Global Finance**

11-521101 11-521101

2112 BUS 270: Intro to Global Business 2114 BUS 270: Intro to Global Business

F,S F,S

FOREIGN LANGUAGE Spanish I* Spanish II* Spanish III* Spanish IV* Beginning Conversational Spanish I* Intermediate Spanish Conversation* Advanced Composition & Conversaton I* Advanced Composition & Conversaton II*

11-160905 11-160905 11-160905 11-160905 11-160905 11-160905 11-160905 11-160905

2613 2609 2610 2611 2615 2617 2618 2619

F,S F,S F,S F,S F,S F,S F S

SPANISH CULTURE & SOCIETY The Three Cultures of Spain*

11-240103 HF 902

3701 HUM 299: Special Topics in Humanities

F, S

SERVICE LEARNING Service Learning*

11-240199

3801 No Match

F, S

* Required Course (two Spanish Courses) **Electives Courses are subject to change - please review with your ICISP Representative UPDATED 12.9.13

SPA 121: SPA 122: SPA 221: SPA 222: SPA 121: SPA 221: SPA 223: SPA 224:

Beginning Conv Spanish I Beginning Conv Spanish II Intermediate Conv Spanish I Intermediate Spanish II Beginning Conv Spanish I Intermediate Conv Spanish I Spanish Civilization I Spanish Civilization II

International College of Seville

ICCB #

IAI #

ICISP #

Corresponding course at CLC

Semester offered

ART Art History II**

11-500703 F2 902

1102 ART 241: Art History II

F,S

ECONOMICS Comparative Economics**

11-450601

1203 ECO 225: Comparative Economic Systems

F,S

HISTORY History of Spain** The European Union**

11-540103 11-540101

1428 HST 124: Modern Europe II 1429 TBD - Need Syllabus?

F,S F,S

POLITICAL SCIENCE International Relations** Intro to Comparative Government**

11-450901 S5 904N 11-451001 S5 905

1602 PSC 222: International Relations 1603 PSC 221: Comparative Political Systems

F,S F,S

BUSINESS International Business: Eurpoean** Global Finance**

11-521101 11-521101

2112 BUS 270: Intro to Global Business 2114 BUS 270: Intro to Global Business

F,S F,S

FOREIGN LANGUAGE Spanish I* Spanish II* Spanish III* Spanish IV* Beginning Conversational Spanish I* Intermediate Spanish Conversation* Advanced Composition & Conversaton I* Advanced Composition & Conversaton II*

11-160905 11-160905 11-160905 11-160905 11-160905 11-160905 11-160905 11-160905

2613 2609 2610 2611 2615 2617 2618 2619

F,S F,S F,S F,S F,S F,S F S

SPANISH CULTURE & SOCIETY The Three Cultures of Spain*

11-240103 HF 902

3701 HUM 299: Special Topics in Humanities

F, S

SERVICE LEARNING Service Learning*

11-240199

3801 No Match

F, S

* Required Course (two Spanish Courses) **Electives Courses are subject to change - please review with your ICISP Representative UPDATED 12.9.13

SPA 121: SPA 122: SPA 221: SPA 222: SPA 121: SPA 221: SPA 223: SPA 224:

Beginning Conv Spanish I Beginning Conv Spanish II Intermediate Conv Spanish I Intermediate Spanish II Beginning Conv Spanish I Intermediate Conv Spanish I Spanish Civilization I Spanish Civilization II