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    Steven JOct 21, 2010 at 3:20 pm

    I agree that the financial cost is a bit high. I was a little reserved at first when I was applying for the Ukraine EL last year, but for students who plan to study abroad for a semester and need some experience, I found my experience to be amazing and I would say its good for students with little or no study abroad experience.

    It would be beneficial for the college to offer loans or grants to attend for students who are already at a financial disadvantage, like grants on the basis of presenting a project during a student visit weekend and promoting the study abroad experience, as the do in semester programs.

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    Ian BibnningtonOct 21, 2010 at 1:17 pm

    There is a seventh EL Travel Seminar option for Summer 2011, which I am surprised was not included in this article. “The Flagship Niagara and the Great Lakes” (see costs $2,400 including spending money. And it is financial aid eligible. If anyone is interested they can contact myself (ib[email protected]) or Professor Forts ([email protected]).

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