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Montclair State University

MSU Summer Programs

Theater Study Tour: London, Stratford & Edinburgh

www.montclair.edu/globaled/london%2004.htm
This summer study abroad program includes 2 weeks in London,Stratford and Edinburgh focusing on theatre in production.  Participants see 8 plays and meet actors, directors, designers, theatre critics and historians, and many more.  Two free days, one in London and one in Edinburgh, are included. 
Program Cost: $2,700

Contact: simonW@mail.montclair.edu
Phone: 973-655-4185

Deadline: 04/01/05

Montclair in Nice

www.montclair.edu/globaled/summer3.htm
This one month-program offers courses for beginning, intermediate and advanced students of French, with one course in language instruction and one course in French civilization.  Sightseeing excursions in and around Nice are also included.  Faculty accompany the group throughout the program, which includes group air and housing. 
Program Cost: $2,900 + tuition

Contact: simonW@mail.montclair.edu
Phone: 973-655-4185

Deadline: 04/01/05

Montclair in Madrid

www.montclair.edu/globaled/summer3.htm
This one-month program offers Spanish language, literature and history courses, sightseeing in and near Madrid and in Santander.  An MSU faculty member accompanies the group throughout, with group air, housing and meals pre-arranged.  Open to high-achieving high school students with a minimum of 3 years of Spanish. 
Program Cost: $3,100 + tuition

Contact: simonW@mail.montclair.edu
Phone: 973-655-4185

Deadline: 04/01/05

Montclair in Siena

www.montclair.edu/globaled/summer3.htm
This one-month program offers Italian Cultural History and Italian language courses while based in the medieval city of Siena.  Five days of travel to Rome, Viterbo and Orvieto are also included.  MSU faculty accompany the group throughout, and group air, housing and domestic travel are pre-arranged.  Open to high-achieving high school students; no previous Italian language skills required. 
Program Cost: $3,000 + tuition

Contact: simonW@mail.montclair.edu
Phone: 973-655-4185

Deadline: 04/01/05

Montclair in Shanghai

www.montclair.edu/globaled/summer3.htm
This one-month program in Shanghai offers a course on Chinese Civilization, plus a choice of a second course on traditional Chinese movement and drama, on food and society, on international business and on Chinese linguistics.  MSU faculty accompany the group throughout, and a 5-day tour to Xi'an and Beijing is also included.  Group air, housing and travel and pre-arranged.  Open to high-achieving high school students; no previous Chinese language required. 
Program Cost: $3,000 + tuition

Contact: simonW@mail.montclair.edu
Phone: 973-655-4185

Deadline: 04/01/05

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