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Introduction to Study Abroad  in Europe EUS 113 Fall 2008 Prof. Kit Belgum
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Objectives This course is designed to help you to: • prepare (intellectually and emotionally) for an  experience abroad • understand some basic aspects of Europe and 8  European countries • get the most out of the experience in Europe • engage with people while abroad
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Content To achieve its objectives this course will provide: • an introduction to Europe (via 8 different  countries) • practice learning about and discussing  contemporary issues, etc. • practice engaging with Europeans • suggestions to make your study abroad experience  as productive as possible!
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Elements • Faculty presentations 
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Unformatted text preview: – Lectures – Discussion • Exchange-student presentations • Some short readings (will vary) • Your questions (homework 4 times) • Discussions/Debates • Study Abroad suggestions What you need to do: • Come to class every week • Be on time so you don’t miss anything • Listen carefully and actively • Be prepared to discuss • Complete short readings (if requested of you) • Bring written questions on weeks 4, 7, 10, & 13 • Engage with the speakers Europe in the World Europe in relief Getting to know Europe • Countries • Currencies • Capitals Question: Where will you have to change your Euros?...
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