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2007 Homestay Programs Information

September 1, 2007 / Posted by in Homestay, News, Programs
SUMMER PROGRAMS FOR 2007

JULY 1 – JULY 21

Hyundai Chungun High School (http://hcu.hs.kr/)

High School students from Seoul, Korea:

15 students (15 to 17 years old) participated in our program from Hyundai Chungun High School.  Chungun H.S. is one the most academically challenging and prestigious high schools in Korea. Many graduates of the high school enroll in the best universities in Korea, and go on to such distinguished positions as top executives, government workers and politicians of Korea. Those students who participate in our program were also specially selected through a strict competition process and received full scholarships to participate in this program.

 

JULY 14 – JULY 28

Showa University Medical School (http://www.showa-u.ac.jp/en/)

College freshmen (18 to 20 years old) from Showa University Medical School participated in summer medical facility and hospital visits, as well as the American culture and English language program.

 

JULY 16 – JULY 30

Sumatomogaoka High School (http://www.hyogo-c.ed.jp/~tomogaoka-hs/)

12 to 15  high school students (mostly, 15 to 16 years old 10th grader) from Kobe, Japan, came and participated in an English and American culture program at PSU.

 

JULY 22 – AUGUST 1

Youth group from Shenzhen District Special Economic Zones
(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shenzhen)

20 students (aprox: 50% boys and girls ratio. 12 years old to 17 years old, 7 to 10th grader) with 2 teachers/chaperones came and participated in our program.

 

AUGUST 27 – SEPTEMBER 17

RYUKA/UMDS (University of Marketing and Distribution Science) (http://www.umds.ac.jp/index.php)

15 college freshman came  from this university located in Kobe, Japan and participated in our program.

 

SEPTEMBER 1 – SEPTEMBER 28

Gifu University (http://www.gifu-u.ac.jp/english/index.shtml)

15 English, Literature, and Liberal Arts major college students from Gifu University, came and participated in our program.

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