INTERNATIONAL STUDY

B. Davis Schwartz Memorial Library
Robert Delaney, Links: November 2014, Books: Summer 1999



Worldwide

Topical Directories

United Kingdom and Ireland

Canada

Latin America

Asia

United States

Elementary and Secondary

Teaching Abroad

Travel Tips

Background and Issues




WORLDWIDE

Academic Year Abroad. Edrice Marguerite Howard, editor. New York: Institute of International Education 19-. Ref. LB2376.U46 [year] and Government Information ED392324.
Provides information about over 2000 undergraduate and graduate programs around the world.

Barron's Profiles of American Colleges. College Division of Barron's Educational Series, editors. New York: Barron's Educational Series, 19-. Ref. L901.P72x [year].
Describes four-year undergraduate colleges in the United States, Canada, and Mexico.

Basic Facts on Study Abroad / Council on International Educational Exchange, [et al.]. New york: The Council, 1992. Government Information ED354796.
Planning, investigating options, laws and quotas, disabilities, graduate and secondary programs, employment, internships, workcamps, teaching, financial assistance, traveling and living arrangements.

Commonwealth Universities Yearbook: a directory to the universities of the Commonwealth and the handbook of their Association. Association of Commonwealth Universities. London: The Association, 19-. Ref. LB2310.Y5 [year] v#.
Detailed discussions (including faculty lists) of colleges in the Association. Covers: Australia, Bangladesh, Botswana, Britain, Brunei Darussalam, Canada, Ghana, Guyana, Hong Kong, etc. Includes information about the Association, admissions, scholarships, etc.

A Directory of International Programs in AILACTE Institutions / Gary L. Shreck, editor. [s.l.]: Association of Independent Liberal Arts Colleges for Teacher Education, 1991. Government Information ED343895.
Semester or year abroad, study tours and summer programs, student teaching or internship, institutional exchange, etc. in 65 countries

Directory of Resources: for international cultural and educational exchanges. Washington, DC: United States Information Agency, 1992. Government Information ED361257.
40 U.S. Government departments and agencies, 6 federal boards and commissions, and 216 private organizations that administer or sponsor exchange programs and related educational activities.

Education: guide to European organizations and programmes: a guide to European organizations involved in education, including individual programmes and projects / Heledd Hayes. Slough, England: National Foundation for Educational Research, 1991. Government Information ED345704.
Addresses and telephone numbers of European Commission Programs, Non-EC European Programmes, European Organizations, and United Kingdom Organizations.

Educational Rankings Annual: 2000 rankings and lists on education compiled from educational and general interest published sources / Lynn C. Hattendorf, editor. Detroit: Gale Research Inc., 19-. Ref. LB2331.63.E34 [year].
Includes many categories that deal with international study.

European Faculty Directory: an alphabetical and subject-classified listing of 315,000 names and addresses for faculty at nearly 1,400 institutions of higher learning in East and West Europe. London: Gale Research International, Ltd., 19-. Ref. L914.5.E95 [year] v.#.

Exchange Programs: observations on international educational, cultural, and training exchange programs. Testimony before the Subcommittee on International Operations, Committee on Foreign Affairs, House of Representatives / Joseph E. Kelley. Washington. DC: Congress, 1993. Government Information ED356373.
Includes a list of the U.S. funded international exchange and training programs sponsored by sixteen government agencies.

The Gourman Report: a rating of graduate and professional programs in American and international universities / Jack Gourman. Los Angeles: National Education Standards, 19-. Ref. LB2331.63G67 [year].
Ranks law and medical schools in Canada and other countries as well as dental and pharmacy schools in Canada. Lists the top forty-nine colleges outside the U.S.

The Gourman Report: a rating of undergraduate programs in American and international universities / Jack Gourman. Los Angeles: National Education Standards, 19-. Ref. LB2331.63.G68 [year].
Ranks engineering schools in Canada and the top forty-nine colleges outside the U.S.

The Grants Register: the complete guide to postgraduate funding worldwide. London: Macmillan Reference Ltd., 19-. Ref. LB2338.G7 [year]
Subjects, eligibility, level of study, type, number of awards offered, frequency, value, length of study, country of study, application procedure, closing date, etc.

The Guide to Academic Travel. Coral Gables, FL: Shaw Associates, 19-. Ref. LB2375.G84 [year].
Address, telephone, contact person, description, specialties, faculty, costs, accommodations, and location of courses, tours, programs, and other study vacations worldwide sponsored by museums, colleges, educational organizations, etc.

Guide to International Education in the United States. Detroit, MI: Gale Research Inc., 19-. Ref. LC1090.G555 [year].
International study programs, educational exchange, study and education travel abroad, foreign students and visitors, scholarships, etc. Elementary through postgraduate and adult.

Guide to the Universities of Europe / Storm Boswick. New York: Facts on File, 19-. Ref. L914.5.B67 [year].
Type of institution, date founded, enrollment, degrees awarded, academic programs, special programs, language of instruction, admission requirements for foreign students, tuition, faculty size, library holdings, etc. Includes general academic information for each country.

Higher Education in the European Community: student handbook. Brigitte Mohr and Ines Liebig, editors. Phoenix, AZ: Oryx Press, 19-. Ref. LA628.H55 [year].
For each country, it discusses: organization of higher education, admission and registration, financial assistance and scholarships, entry and residence regulations, social aspects, statistics. Lists colleges and programs offered.

International Handbook of Universities and Other Institutions of Higher Education. International Association of Universities. New York: Stockton Press, 19-. Ref. L900.I58 [year].
Provides information about colleges in 115 countries.

The International Scholarship Book: the complete guide to financial aid for study abroad / Daniel J. Cassidy. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, Inc., 19-. Ref. LB2337.2.C364 [year].
Address, telephone, amount, deadline, field of study, qualifications, etc.

NRCSA Directory of Educational Programs. National Registration Center for Study Abroad. Milwaukee, WI: NRCSA, 19-. Ref. L913.D57.
Describes credit and non-credit programs for people aged 17 and older offered by colleges in Europe and Latin America that are members of NRCSA.

Peterson's Guide to Four-Year Colleges. Andrea E. Lehman, editor; Eric A. Suber, data editor. Princeton, NJ: Peterson's Guides, 19-. Ref. L901.P447 [year].
United States, Canada, and a few other countries.

Peterson's Study Abroad: a guide to semester and year abroad academic programs. Princeton, NJ: Peterson's Guides Inc, 19-. Ref. LB2376.P46 [year]
Complete information on over 1,300 programs spanning the world. How to find the right program. What you need to know before you go.

Schools Abroad of Interest to Americans. Boston: Porter Sargent Publishers, 19-. Ref. L900.S33 [year].
Over 700 elementary and secondary schools in 125 countries. Includes some post-secondary schools, specialized opportunities, and summer sessions.

Study Abroad: international scholarships, international courses. United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization. New York: UNESCO, 19-. Ref. LB2338.S86 [year].
Lists international study programs in all academic and professional fields as well as possibilities of financial assistance offered by international organizations, governments, foundations, universities, and other institutions -- mainly for post-secondary study and training. Written in English, French, and Spanish.

Vacation Study Abroad. Edrice Marguerite Howard, editor. New York: Institute of International Education, 19-. Ref. LB2375.S8 [year] and Government Information ED392325.
Provides relevant information on summer and short-term study abroad programs on the undergraduate, graduate, adult, and professional levels. Includes program sponsor and name, site, dates, subjects, eligibility, credit granted, instruction, costs, housing, deadline, and address to contact.

Work, Study, Travel Abroad: the whole world handbook / Del Franz and Lazaro Hernandez. New York: St. Martin's Press, 19-. Ref. LB2376.W48 [year].
Regulations governing short-term and long-term employment, internships, traineeships, farm work, voluntary service, educational opportunities, transportation, and sources for additional information.

World List of Universities, Other Institutions of Higher Education, and University Organizations / International Association of Universities. New York: Stockton Press, 19-. Ref. L900.I57 [year].
Address, telephone number, and majors.

The World of Learning. London: Europa Publications, 19-. Ref. AS2.W6 [year].
Provides information about academies, learned societies, foundations, research institutes, libraries, archives, museums, art galleries, universities, colleges, polytechnics, and schools of art and music in each country, as well as international organizations. Includes members and faculty in many cases.

College and University web pages - All Countries

See also Topical Directories



UNITED KINGDOM AND IRELAND

Commonwealth Universities Yearbook: a directory to the universities of the Commonwealth and the handbook of their Association. Association of Commonwealth Universities. London: The Association, 19-. Ref. LB2310.Y5 [year] v#.
Detailed discussions (including faculty lists) of colleges in the Association. Covers: Australia, Bangladesh, Botswana, Britain, Brunei Darussalam, Canada, Ghana, Guyana, Hong Kong, etc. Includes information about the Association, admissions, scholarships, etc.

The Educational System of the United Kingdom: the admission and placement of students from the United Kingdom and study abroad opportunities: a workshop report / Sylvia K. Higashi and Alan Margolis, editors. Washington, DC: American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers, 1991. Government Information ED356723.
Admissions, placement and study abroad; how to evaluate United Kingdom professional qualifications; sample syllabi; polytechnics; colleges of further education; Scottish professional business associations.

Higher Education in the United Kingdom: a handbook for students from overseas and their advisors. The British Council and The Association of Commonwealth Universities. Havlow, Essex, England: Longman Group, 19-. Ref. LA637.7.H5 [year].
Subject guide to undergraduate and graduate programs in the United Kingdom.

Peterson's Guide to MBA Programs: the most comprehensive guide to U.S., Canadian, and International Business Schools. Princeton, NJ: Peterson's Guides, 19-. Ref. HF1131.P44 [year].
Overview, enrollment profile, programs, admission, academics, teaching methodologies, technology, special opportunities, finances, facilities, international students, placement.

The Students' Guide to Graduate Studies in the UK: a concise, personal guide to research and postgraduate study in the UK. Cambridge, England: Hobsons Publishing, 19-. Ref. L915.S73 [year].
Subject index to degrees offered. Lists address, telephone, and contact person.

Study in the United Kingdom and Ireland. Edrice Marguerite Howard, editor. New York: Institute of International Education, 19-. Ref. LB2376.3.G7S78 [year].
Provides information about programs that range in length from a few days to a year or more -- non-credit and credit, undergraduate and graduate, including degree programs.

The Underground Guide to University Study in Britain and Ireland / Bill Griesar. [s.l.]: ERIC Document Reproduction Service, 1992. Government Information ED352289.
University selection process, application procedures, transfer of course credit, transportation, what to pack, required documents, insurance, housing, banking, academics, university life, social and cultural issues. Includes glossary of English, Cockney, Welsh, Scots, Irish, Irish Gaeilge vocabulary and slang.

College and University web pages - Ireland

College and University web pages - United Kingdom

The British Council

Study UK: The voice of independent education

Education UK


CANADA

Admission Requirements of U.S. and Canadian Dental Schools. American Association of Dental Schools. Washington, DC: The Association, 1985. Ref. RK91.A582a [year].
Discusses the curriculum, admission requirements, selection factors, financial aid, etc. at each school.

Barron's Profiles of American Colleges. College Division of Barron's Educational Series, editors. New York: Barron's Educational Series, 19-. Ref. L901.P72x [year].
Describes four-year undergraduate colleges in the United States, Canada, and Mexico.

Commonwealth Universities Yearbook: a directory to the universities of the Commonwealth and the handbook of their Association. Association of Commonwealth Universities. London: The Association, 19-. Ref. LB2310.Y5 [year] v#.
Detailed discussions (including faculty lists) of colleges in the Association. Covers: Australia, Bangladesh, Botswana, Britain, Brunei Darussalam, Canada, Ghana, Guyana, Hong Kong, etc. Includes information about the Association, admissions, scholarships, etc.

Degrees Offered by College and Subject: the college blue book. New York: Macmillan, 19-. Ref. L901.C676 [year].
Provides subject access to undergraduate and graduate programs in American and Canadian colleges.

Directory of College Facilities and Services for the Disabled. Carol H. Thomas and James L. Thomas, editors. Phoenix, AZ: Oryx Press, 1986. Ref. LC4812.6.D576 [year].
Describes accessibility and services for the physically challenged at American and Canadian colleges.

The Gourman Report: a rating of graduate and professional programs in American and international universities / Jack Gourman. Los Angeles: National Education Standards, 19-. Ref. LB2331.63G67 [year].
Ranks law and medical schools in Canada and other countries as well as dental and pharmacy schools in Canada. Lists the top forty-nine colleges outside the U.S.

The Gourman Report: a rating of undergraduate programs in American and international universities / Jack Gourman. Los Angeles: National Education Standards, 19-. Ref. LB2331.63.G68 [year].
Ranks engineering schools in Canada and the top forty-nine colleges outside the U.S.

Graduate Study in Psychology. American Psychological Association. Washington, DC: The Association, 19-. Ref. BF77.G73 [year].
Describes graduate (including doctoral) programs and colleges in the United States and Canada.

Medical School Admission Requirements: United States and Canada. Washington, DC: Association of American Medical Colleges, 19-. Ref. R745.A8 [year].
General information, curriculum, entrance requirements, selection factors, financial aid, minority information.

Narrative Descriptions: the college blue book. New York: Macmillan, 19-. Ref. L901.C677 [year].
Describes American and Canadian undergraduate and graduate colleges.

Peterson's Annual Guides to Graduate Study. Princeton, NJ: Peterson's Guides, 19-.
Covers the United States, Canada, and Mexico.
  1. An Overview. Ref. L901.P442 [year].
  2. Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences. Ref. L901.P443 [year].
  3. Biological Sciences. Ref. L901.P444 [year].
  4. Physical Sciences and Mathematics and Agricultural Sciences. Ref. L901.P445 [year].
  5. Engineering and Applied Sciences. Ref. L901.P446 [year].
  6. Business, Education, Health, Information Studies, Law, and Social Work. Ref. L901.P459 [year].

Peterson's Guide to Four-Year Colleges. Andrea E. Lehman, editor; Eric A. Suber, data editor. Princeton, NJ: Peterson's Guides, 19-. Ref. L901.P447 [year].
United States, Canada, and a few other countries.

Peterson's Guide to MBA Programs: the most comprehensive guide to U.S., Canadian, and International Business Schools. Princeton, NJ: Peterson's Guides, 19-. Ref. HF1131.P44 [year].
Overview, enrollment profile, programs, admission, academics, teaching methodologies, technology, special opportunities, finances, facilities, international students, placement.

Peterson's Guide to Nursing Programs: baccalaureate and graduate nursing education in the U.S. and Canada. Princeton, NJ: Peterson's Guides, 19-. Ref. RT79.P48 [year].
More than 2,000 programs at over 625 schools; tips for returning to school; sources of financial aid; job and salary outlook.

Peterson's Professional Degree Programs in the Visual and Performing Arts. Princeton, NJ: Peterson's Guides, 19-. Ref. NX303.P52 [year].
Degrees, student profile, faculty, expenses, application procedures, undergraduate contact, facilities, student life, exhibition/performance opportunities, and special programs in the U.S. and Canada.

REA's Authoritative Guide to Medical and Dental Schools. Piscataway, NJ: Research and Education Association, 19-. Ref. R735.A4R43 [year].
Address, telephone, accreditation, degrees offered, number of students applied, enrollment, mean GPA, percentage of women or minorities, costs, application procedures, history, admissions, undergraduate preparation, financial aid, minority programs, curriculum, facilities, grading procedures, special programs, and contact person of U.S. and Canadian schools.

Tabular Data: the college blue book. New York: Macmillan, 19-. Ref. L901.C678 [year].
Statistical information about American and Canadian undergraduate and graduate colleges.

College and University web pages - Canada


LATIN AMERICA

Barron's Profiles of American Colleges. College Division of Barron's Educational Series, editors. New York: Barron's Educational Series, 19-. Ref. L901.P72x [year].
Describes four-year undergraduate colleges in the United States, Canada, and Mexico.

Cuanto vale Estudiar un Postgrado en America Latina? (How Much do Post-Graduate Studies Cost in Latin America?) / Augusto Franco-Arbelaez. Bogota, Colombia: Panamerican Association of Educational Credit Institutions, [1993]. Government Information ED373670.
Intended to promote graduate and educational exchange between Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Peru, the Dominican Republic, Uruguay, and Venezuela. In Spanish, with the introduction and conclusion in English.

An International Student's Guide to Mexican Universities / Alan Adelman and Sylvia Ortega Salazar, editors. New York: Asociacion Mexicana para la Educacion Internacional; Institute of International Education, 1995. Government Information ED393326.
Application process, visa requirements, guidelines for transferring credits, North American institutions participating in academic mobility programs, number of students, institutional background, teaching staff, accommodations, computers, fields of study, library, cafeteria, calendar, summer programs, and unique offerings. Includes photographs and information on the local community.

Peterson's Annual Guides to Graduate Study. Princeton, NJ: Peterson's Guides, 19-.
Covers the United States, Canada, and Mexico.
  1. An Overview. Ref. L901.P442 [year].
  2. Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences. Ref. L901.P443 [year].
  3. Biological Sciences. Ref. L901.P444 [year].
  4. Physical Sciences and Mathematics and Agricultural Sciences. Ref. L901.P445 [year].
  5. Engineering and Applied Sciences. Ref. L901.P446 [year].
  6. Business, Education, Health, Information Studies, Law, and Social Work. Ref. L901.P459 [year].

Three Case Histories: an ethnographic evaluation of participant experience in the Spanish International Business Program Abroad / Viann Pederson de Castaneda. [s.l.]: ERIC Document Reproduction Service, 1992. Government Information ED348874.
Examines a program at Concordia College (Minnesota) in which students live, work, and study in Mexico City for one 4-month semester.


ASIA AND THE MIDDLE EAST

Adjustment Difficulties of American Students in Israeli Institutions of Higher Learning / Jacob I. Halpern and Bernard A. Hodinko. [s.l.]: Eric Document Reproduction Service, [1992]. Government Information ED353887.
Surveyed 671 undergraduate American students concerning the Hebrew language, academic matters, personal situations, living arrangements, relating to Israeli students, etc.

Chinese Language Study Abroad in the Summer, 1990. Final Report / Richard T. Thompson. Washington, DC: Center for Applied Linguistics, 1991. Government Information ED350860.
Surveys the numbers and types of students, career goals, level of language study, reasons for selecting the program of choice, etc.

Funding for Research, Study and Travel: the People's Republic of China. Denise Wallen and Karen Cantrell, editors. Phoenix, AZ: Oryx Press, 1987. Ref. E183.8.C5W32 1987.
Describes sources of money for study about and/or in the People's Republic of China.

Higher Education in Israel: a guide for overseas students. Jerusalem: Council for Higher Education; National Inst. for Testing and Evaluation, 1991. Government Information ED347918.
Undergraduate and graduate, diploma studies, special programs, academic degrees, programs of study, student financial aid, admission requirements, application information, student life, housing availability, Hebrew courses, student obligations, visas, the school year, and student life in Israel.

Japanese Colleges and Universities: a guide to institutions of higher education in Japan. The Association of International Education, Japan,...[et al.], editors. Tokyo: Maruzen Company, 1989. Ref. L961.J3J28 1989.
Describes graduate and undergraduate colleges and programs, admissions information, fees, scholarships and fellowships, preparatory Japanese language programs, the Japanese education system, etc.

Technology Education and Related International Exchange Programs in Taiwan, Republic of China / Lung Sheng Lee. [s.l.]: ERIC Document Reproduction Service, 1994. Government Information ED366797.
Industrial arts and technology education programs in Taiwan and the exchange programs available to international technology educators.


UNITED STATES

Admission Requirements for International Students at Colleges and Universities in the United States. Virginia M. Packwood and William J. Packwood. Fargo, ND: Two Trees Press, 1986. Ref. LB2351.2P33 1986.
Directory of undergraduate and graduate colleges that accept international students.

Adviser's Manual of Federal Regulations Affecting Foreign Students and Scholars / Amy Yenkin, editor. Washington, DC: Association of International Educators, 1994. Government Information ED388134.
Covers immigration law; legal status; responsibilities of enrolling institutions; F, M, O, P, Q, J, H, and R visa status; other nonimmigrant classes; immigrant status; and special topics. Includes fee schedule, sample immigration forms, sample visa stamps and labels, etc.

College Entrance Guide for American Students Overseas. College Entrance Examination Board. New York: College Board Publication, 1987. Ref. LB2351.2.C64 1987x.
Written for American students who live and attend high school abroad but are planning to attend college in the United States, this guide provides basic information about college selection, application, financial aid, and general environment.

The College Handbook: foreign students supplement. College Entrance Examination Board. New York: The Board, 19-. Ref. LB2371.C65 [year].
Briefly describes undergraduate and graduate colleges and the application process.

Directory of Overseas Educational Advising Centers. Washington, DC: The College Board, 1987. Ref. LB2375.D57 1987.
Lists addresses of American educational advising centers around the world (usually in U.S. Embassies) that help international students select American colleges.

English Language and Orientation Programs in the United States. James E. O'Driscoll, editor. New York: Institute of International Education, 19-. Ref. PE1068.U5E53 [year].
Provides information about intensive English language training and other orientation programs designed to prepare international students for study in the United States.

Guide to International Education in the United States. Detroit, MI: Gale Research Inc., 19-. Ref. LC1090.G555 [year].
International study programs, educational exchange, study and education travel abroad, foreign students and visitors, scholarships, etc. Elementary through postgraduate and adult.

The International Student Handbook: a legal guide to studying, working, and living in the United States. Allan Wernick. Washington, DC: American Immigration Law Foundation, 1992. Ref. KF4825.S7W47 1992x
F-1 status, obtaining a visa, changing status, working while studying, J-1 status, other nonimmigrant visas, permanent residence, legal rights and responsibilities, day-to-day living.

Specialized Study Options U.S.A.: a guide to short-term educational programs in the United States for foreign nationals. Edrice Howard, editor. New York: Institute of International Education, 1986-1988. Ref. L901.S64 1986x v#.
Describes programs that are from two weeks to one year in duration, that recur on a definable basis, and are either intended for, or open to, non-U.S. citizens. Vol. 1: Technical education. Vol. 2: Professional development.

Tips for U.S. Visas : exchange visitors / U.S. Dept. of State, Bureau of Consular Affairs. [Washington, DC] : The Department, [1993]. Government Information S 1.2:EX 2

Index of American Universities

College and University web pages - United States


TOPICAL DIRECTORIES

Admission Requirements of U. S. and Canadian Dental Schools. American Association of Dental Schools. Washington, DC: The Association, 1985. Ref. RK91.A582a 1985-86.
Discusses the curriculum, admission requirements, selection factors, financial aid, etc. at each school.

Directory of Foreign Medical Schools Including General Admission and Language Requirements for 633 Medical Schools in 74 Countries That Are Recognized by the World Health Organization. Medical Educational Corporation, compiler. West Palm Beach, FL: Medical Educational Corporation, 1988. Ref. R735.D5 1988x.

Directory of MBAs. London: Edition XII Limited, 19-. Inquire in the Reference Department.
Course profile, admission requirements, cost, faculty, accommodation, etc. Worldwide.

Directory of Medical and Dental Schools Worldwide. New Providence, NJ: U.S. Directory Service, 19-. Ref. R735.A1D57 [year].
Lists names and addresses.

Graduate Study in Psychology. American Psychological Association. Washington, DC: The Association, 19-. Ref. BF77.G73 [year].
Describes graduate (including doctoral) programs and colleges in the United States and Canada.

The Guide to Cooking Schools. Coral Gables, FL: Shaw Associates, 1988. Ref. TX667.G85 1989.
Describes schools, colleges, travel programs, inns, hotels, resorts, restaurants, and other institutions around the world that offer full professional programs and/or classes for amateurs in cooking and the culinary arts. Includes programs for children and culinary organizations.

Medical School Admission Requirements: United States and Canada. Washington, DC: Association of American Medical Colleges, 19-. Ref. R745.A8 [year].
General information, curriculum, entrance requirements, selection factors, financial aid, minority information.

Peterson's Guide to MBA Programs: the most comprehensive guide to U.S., Canadian, and International Business Schools. Princeton, NJ: Peterson's Guides, 19-. Ref. HF1131.P44 [year].
Overview, enrollment profile, programs, admission, academics, teaching methodologies, technology, special opportunities, finances, facilities, international students, placement.

Peterson's Guide to Nursing Programs: baccalaureate and graduate nursing education in the U.S. and Canada. Princeton, NJ: Peterson's Guides, 19-. Ref. RT79.P48 [year].
More than 2,000 programs at over 625 schools; tips for returning to school; sources of financial aid; job and salary outlook.

Peterson's Professional Degree Programs in the Visual and Performing Arts. Princeton, NJ: Peterson's Guides, 19-. Ref. NX303.P52 [year].
Degrees, student profile, faculty, expenses, application procedures, undergraduate contact, facilities, student life, exhibition/performance opportunities, and special programs in the U.S. and Canada.

Postgraduate Arts, Humanities and Social Studies Studies in Europe. London: Edition XII Limited, 19-. Inquire in the Reference Department.
Taught courses, research programs, general departmental information, outstanding achievements of academic staff, special departmental resources and programs, outstanding local facilities and features.

Postgraduate Business, Economics, Finance and International Commerce Studies in Europe and North America. London: Edition XII Limited, 19-. Inquire in the Reference Department.
Taught courses, research programs, general departmental information, outstanding achievements of academic staff, special departmental resources and programs, outstanding local facilities and features.

Postgraduate Computer Science, Mathematics and Information Technology Studies in Europe and North America. London: Edition XII Limited, 19-. Inquire in the Reference Department.
Taught courses, research programs, general departmental information, outstanding achievements of academic staff, special departmental resources and programs, outstanding local facilities and features.

Postgraduate Engineering and Technology Studies in Europe, the CIS and North America. London: Edition XII Limited, 19-. Inquire in the Reference Department.
Taught courses, research programs, general departmental information, outstanding achievements of academic staff, special departmental resources and programs, outstanding local facilities and features.

Postgraduate Science Studies in Europe, the CIS and North America. London: Edition XII Limited, 19-. Inquire in the Reference Department.
Taught courses, research programs, general departmental information, outstanding achievements of academic staff, special departmental resources and programs, outstanding local facilities and features.

REA's Authoritative Guide to Medical and Dental Schools. Piscataway, NJ: Research and Education Association, 19-. Ref. R735.A4R43 [year].
Address, telephone, accreditation, degrees offered, number of students applied, enrollment, mean GPA, percentage of women or minorities, costs, application procedures, history, admissions, undergraduate preparation, financial aid, minority programs, curriculum, facilities, grading procedures, special programs, and contact person of U.S. and Canadian schools.

The Schirmer Guide to Schools of Music and Conservatories Throughout the World. Nancy Uscher. New York: Schirmer Books, 1988. Ref. ML12.U8 1988.
Describes histories, curricula, special programs, tuition, facilities, admission requirements, [etc.] of over 750 music institutions throughout the world. Graduate and undergraduate. Includes indexes.

World Law School Directory. Buffalo, NY: William S. Hein and Company, [year]. Ref. K100.A4W67 [year]
Lists address, telephone, fax, email, website, degrees offered, primary language spoken, admissions officer, dean, law libraian, and willingness to accept foreign students.


ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY

Basic Facts on Study Abroad / Council on International Educational Exchange, [et al.]. New york: The Council, 1992. Government Information ED354796.
Planning, investigating options, laws and quotas, disabilities, graduate and secondary programs, employment, internships, workcamps, teaching, financial assistance, traveling and living arrangements.

Guide to International Education in the United States. Detroit, MI: Gale Research Inc., 19-. Ref. LC1090.G555 [year].
International study programs, educational exchange, study and education travel abroad, foreign students and visitors, scholarships, etc. Elementary through postgraduate and adult.

Peterson's Guide to Private Secondary Schools. Princeton, NJ: Peterson's Guides, 19-. Ref. L900.P48 [year].
Private secondary schools in the U.S. and Canada, and foreign schools that use English in the classroom and/or regularly enroll a significant number of American students.

Peterson's Summer Opportunities for Kids and Teenagers. Greg Muirhead, editor; John Wells, data editor. Princeton, NJ: Peterson's Guides, 19-. Ref. GV186.S85 [year].
Describes educational and recreational summer programs, including arts, science, sports, travel, camping, academics, and those with job opportunities -- United States and abroad.

Policies and Procedures for Foreign Exchange Agencies / Donald D. Hartman. Birmingham, AL: Jefferson County Board of Education, 1995. Government Information ED394275.
Jefferson County's evaluation standards for participant and host family screening, travel arrangements, health insurance, pre-travel orientation, "in loco parentis" policy, etc.

A Primer for Accompanying Secondary Student Groups to France / Jim Becker. [s.l.]: University of Northern Iowa, Cedar Falls. Malcolm Price Lab. School., 1991. Government Information ED341257.
Pre-departure orientation, itinerary, airport check-in, menus, post office, insurance, immunizations, drugs, transportation, passports, money, parent role, returning home, group leaders, museums, shopping, etc.

Private Independent Schools. Wallingford, CT: Bunting and Lyon, 1986. Ref. L901.P68 [year].
Describes American (and some foreign) private elementary and secondary schools (including pre-kindergarten through post- graduate and summer programs.)

Schools Abroad of Interest to Americans. Boston: Porter Sargent Publishers, 19-. Ref. L900.S33 [year].
Over 700 elementary and secondary schools in 125 countries. Includes some post-secondary schools, specialized opportunities, and summer sessions.


TEACHING ABROAD

College Teaching Abroad : a handbook of strategies for successful cross-cultural exchanges / Pamela Gale George. Boston : Allyn and Bacon, 1994. LB2283.G46 1995.

A Directory of International Programs in AILACTE Institutions / Gary L. Shreck, editor. [s.l.]: Association of Independent Liberal Arts Colleges for Teacher Education, 1991. Government Information ED343895.
Semester or year abroad, study tours and summer programs, student teaching or internship, institutional exchange, etc. in 65 countries

Educators' Passport to International Jobs: how to find and enjoy employment abroad / Rebecca Anthony and Gerald Roe. Princeton, NY: Peterson's Guides, 1984. Ref. LB2283.A58 1984.

Guide to the Exchange of School Teachers in the European Community. Brussels, Belgium: Commission of the European Communities, 1992. Government Information ED356205.
Objectives and implications, general framework of activities, pedagogical aspects, institutional framework, projects, schools, networks, head teachers, evaluation, follow-up, inservice training, practical advice.

Overseas Employment Opportunities for Educators / United States. Department of Defense. Dependents Schools. Recruitment and Assignments Section. Alexandria, VA: The Department, 19-. Government Information: D1.68: [year].
Describes opportunities at military bases for teachers of all subjects and all grade levels.

Teach Overseas: the educator's worldwide handbook and directory to international teaching in overseas schools, colleges, and universities / Steve Webster. New York: Maple Tree, 1984. Ref. LB2283.W43 1984.
Addresses of public and private schools and colleges whose primary language of instruction is English.

Teaching Abroad / Edrice Marguerite Howard and Carol Weeg, editors. New York: Institute of International Education, 19-. Ref. LB2283.L38 [year].
Prekindergarten through postgraduate schools and colleges abroad that have employment opportunities for teachers of all subjects. Includes study opportunities abroad for teachers.

Technology Education and Related International Exchange Programs in Taiwan, Republic of China / Lung Sheng Lee. [s.l.]: ERIC Document Reproduction Service, 1994. Government Information ED366797.
Industrial arts and technology education programs in Taiwan and the exchange programs available to international technology educators.


TRAVEL TIPS

Do's and Taboos around the World / Roger E. Axtell, editor. New York: John Wiley and Sons, Inc., 19-. Ref. HF5387.D66 1990 and CBR HF5387.D66 1993.
Protocol, customs, etiquette, hospitality, gifts, offensive gestures, forms of address, appropriate greetings, dangerous conversation topics, and attitudes toward punctuality in each country.

International Traveler's Security Handbook / Anthony B. Herbert. New York: Hippocrene Books, 1985. Ref. G151.H4 1985x.
Political climate, local crime rate, terrorism activity, personal risk potential, quality of police assistance, emergency telephone numbers, health conditions, water and food quality, safe modes of transportation, [etc.] in each country.

Kiss, Bow, or Shake Hands: how to do business in sixty countries / Terri Morrison, Wayne A Conaway, and George A. Borden. Holbrook, MA: Adams Media Corporation, 1994. CBR HF5389.M67 1994.
National characteristics, attitudes, protocol, gestures, dress, gifts, etc. Web version available.

Managing the Overseas Assignment. Copeland Griggs Production, 1983. Instructional Media Center: Video 658 GoM.
Helps people adjust to living abroad through explorations of cultural and business practices in several countries so that they can increase their effectiveness by adapting their communication skills and personal conduct. 29 minutes.

New Horizons in Education: Pan American's guide to schools and universities abroad. Pan American Airways. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1966. Ref. L900.N44 1966.
Although the information about education systems and colleges abroad is dated, it includes background information on local courtesies and customs.

Women's Guide to Overseas Living / Nancy J. Piet-Pelon and Barbara Hornby. [s.l.]: ERIC Document Reproduction Service, 1992. Government Information ED368594.
Discrimination, being from a relatively unknown country, being a foreign born spouse, expectations, marital estrangement, divorce, terrorism, working, preparation, analyzing motives, culture shock, adjustment, children, health, stress.

Worldmark Encyclopedia of Cultures and Daily Life / Timothy L. Gall, editor. Detroit, MI: Gale Research, 1998. Ref. GN333.W67 1998 v.#.
History, location, homeland, language, folklore, religion, major holidays, rites of passage, interpersonal relations, living conditions, family life, clothing, food, education, culture, work, sports, entertainment, recreation, folk art, crafts, hobbies, and social problems of countries and ethnic groups within countries. Four volumes.


BACKGROUND AND ISSUES

Black Students and Overseas Programs: broadening the base of participation / Council on International Educational Exchange. New York: The Council, 1991. Government Information ED340323.
Collection of essays on the tracking of black student participation, improved communication, international comparative approaches, historical exclusion of blacks, custom-designing programs, the Spelman Experience, experiences in Scotland, Costa Rica and the Dominican Republic, etc.

Culture Shock: a student's perspective of study abroad and the importance of promoting study abroad programs / Eric J. Miller. [s.l.]: ERIC Document Reproduction Service, 1993. Government Information ED358492.
Examines coping strategies, preparation, living the host country, returning, and the value of the cross-cultural experience.

Developing International Education Programs: new directions for community colleges / Richard K. Greenfield, editor. Los Angeles : ERIC Clearinghouse for Junior Colleges, 1990. Government Information ED324071
Includes the effective development of nontraditional study abroad programs, facilitating faculty exchange, and developing American two-year college programs abroad.

Directory of Educational Research Institutions. International Bureau of Education. Paris: UNESCO, 1986. Ref. LB1028.D54 1986.
Provides information about the kinds of research being performed at institutions around the world in order to facilitate access to documents that may not be published or widely distributed.

Directory of Special Education / United Nations. Special Education Section. Paris: UNESCO, 1986. Ref. LC3950.D57x 1986.
Information on the provision of special education by governmental and non-governmental agencies in 136 countries and territories. Lists agencies, associations, and research institutions.

The Educational Systems in the European Community: a guide. Lionel Elvin, editor. Atlantic Highland, NJ: Humanities Press, 1981. Ref. LC93.E87E36 1981.
Discusses educational systems, their organization, and required curricula from pre-primary through post-graduate and teacher training.

Exchange Internships with Germany: how it can be done / Willard Hiebert. [s.l.]: ERIC Document Reproduction Service, 1994. Government Information ED373695.
Covers: developing a list of potential companies, contacting them to encourage their cooperation, locating housing for the interns, preparing them, getting them settled; introducing them to their employers, and following up.

Exchange Programs Inventory of International Educational, Cultural, and Training Programs : briefing report to congressional requesters. / United States General Accounting Office. Washington, DC: The Office, [1993]. Government Information GA 1.13:NSIAD-93-157 BR

Expecting the Worst (or the Best!): what exchange programs should know about student expectations / Beulah F. Rohrlich. New York: AFS International/Intercultural Programs, Inc.; Center for the Study of Intercultural Learning, 1993. Government Information ED368289.
Surveys students about their aspirations and attitudes regarding language, food and health, and adjustment/homesickness. Implications for planning student exchange programs are discussed.

Guide to International Education in the United States. Detroit, MI: Gale Research Inc., 19-. Ref. LC1090.G555 [year].
International study programs, educational exchange, study and education travel abroad, foreign students and visitors, scholarships, etc. Elementary through postgraduate and adult.

Increasing Participation of Ethnic Minorities in Study Abroad / Council on International Educational Exchange. New York: the Council, 1991. Government Information ED346784.
Guidebook for study abroad advisers covering: funding, financial barriers, special minority scholarships, travel grants, tuition waivers, outreach, reassurance, staff diversity, promotion, special materials, working with families, orientation activities, choice and availability of programs, goal setting, data collection, networking.

The International Encyclopedia of Higher Education. Asa S. Knowles, editor-in-chief. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 1977. Ref. LB15.I57 v. #.
10 volumes. Includes descriptions of associations and bibliographies.

International Exchange Programs in the 1990's and Their Role in Public Diplomacy : hearing ... / United States. Congress. House. Committee on Foreign Affairs. Subcommittee on International Operations. Washington, DC: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1990. Government Information Y 4.F 76/1:In 8/79

International Handbook of Education Systems. J. Cameron ... [et al.], editors. Chichester, England: John Wiley and Sons, 1983. Ref. LB15.I58 1983 v.#.
Discusses the structure of education (preschool through college) in each country including its administration, economics, organizational chart, history, statistics, and teacher preparation. Also discusses each country's history, culture, government, etc. 3 volumes.

International Schools and International Education / Patricia L. Jonietz and Duncan Harris, editors. New York : Nichols/GP Publishing, c1991. L108.G8Y4 1991.
A collection of essays on many related topics.

International Travel and Study Programs: a preliminary exploration from a traditional and non-traditional, credit and non-credit perspective / Denise M. Reghenzani. [s.l.]: ERIC Document Reproduction Service, 1991. Government Information ED342324.
Discusses the value of the cross-cultural experience in terms of environmental concerns, the global economy/society, international understanding, lifelong values and opportunities, cultural sensitivity, social and professional polish, wider personal horizons, and improved career opportunities.

NAFSA's Guide to Education Abroad for Advisers and Administrators / William Hoffa, [et al.]. Washington, DC: NAFSA - Association of International Educators, 1993. Government Information ED356740.
Series of papers covering: advising, program development, evaluation, academic credit, financial aid, computerizing operations, promotion and publicity, demographics, student diversity, health and safety issues, predeparture orientation and reentry programming, budgeting, work abroad and international careers. Lists about 90 organizations.

Open Doors: report on international educational exchange. Marianthi Zikopoules, editor. New York: Institute of International Education, 19- . Ref. LB2283.I615 [year] and Government Information ED390328.
Statistics concerning foreign students in American colleges.

Optimizing the International Experience through a Pre-Departure Orientation and a Re-entry Workshop / Sigrid Weinmann and Jeani Marie Behr Bragg. [s.l.]: ERIC Document Reproduction Service, 1993. Government Information ED367232.
Describes objectives for the pre-departure course and re-entry workshop, content, methods and assignments, schedules, and anecdotal evidence of program effectiveness.

Reducing Risks and Liability in Study Abroad: study abroad director's manual, University of Utah ; Study Abroad Director Training: director responsibilities, institutional responsibilities, participant responsibilities / William L. Barnhart. [s.l.]: ERIC Document Reproduction Service, 1994. Government Information ED377790.
Covers program fees, course registration, compensation for program directors, academic counseling, personal assistance, activities, institutional liaison, budget/finances, liability and indemnification, and crisis management/emergency response.

Research on Foreign Students and International Study: an overview and bibliography. Philip G. Altbach,...[et al.]. New York: Prager, 1985. Ref. Z5814.E23A44 1985.

Students Abroad, Strangers at Home : education for a global society / Norman L. Kauffmann, Judith N. Martin, Henry D. Weaver, with Judy Weaver. Yarmouth, ME : Intercultural Press, c1992. LB2376.K38 1992.

Study Abroad: the experience of American undergraduates in Western Europe and the United States / Jerry S. Carlson, [et al.]. New York: Council on International Educational Exchange, 1991. Government Information ED340322.
Studies the effect of study abroad experiences: academic, social and personal development; foreign language facility; cultural interest and peace and cooperation indicators; later career choices.

The Universities of Europe in the Middle Ages. Hastings Rashdall. London: Oxford University Press, 1936. Ref. LA177.R25 1936 v.#.
Cover title: Rashdall's Medieval Universities. Volume 1: Salerno, Bologna, Paris. Volume 2: Italy, Spain, France, Germany, Scotland, etc. Volume 3: English universities, student life.

World Education Encyclopedia. George Thomas Kurian, editor. New York: Facts on File, 1988. Ref. LB15.W87 1988 v.#.
For each country, it discusses the structure of its education system from preschool through college (including nonformal education), its history, administration, finance, statistics, and state of the teaching profession. Includes glossaries and bibliographies. 3 volumes.

World Guide to Higher Education: a comparative survey of systems, degrees, and qualifications. United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization. Paris: UNESCO Press, 1976. Ref. LA183.U52 1976.
Describes the higher education system in each country.

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