"Needle Exchange Programs" Essays and Research Papers

  • Needle Exchange Programs

    Principles Related To the Needle Exchange Program Jaimi Kilcrease Community Health Nursing, N141 Department of Nursing California State University, Fresno September 29, 2013 When I first heard about the Needle Exchange Program (NEP) several years ago, my thoughts were about how it was wrong to help people use drugs by providing a means for them to obtain clean needles. I struggled with morality and ethical principles that were at play in this program. Helping individuals who...

    AIDS, Epidemiology, Ethics 915  Words | 3  Pages

  • Exchange Of Needles P

    Institution Name Student Name Roll No Topic: What are the main arguments for and against needle exchanges? The needle exchange program is a social service program which is aimed at allowing the drug syringe users to have free or cheap access to hypodermic needles. The idea underlying the program is to realize the concept of harm reduction i.e. to reduce the harm and to reduce the risk associated with the use of syringes. It is because the syringe users who use syringes for drug...

    Addiction, Drug addiction, Drug culture 2145  Words | 8  Pages

  • needle

    .MCLEAN, KATHERINE. "Reducing Risk, Producing Order: The Surprisingly Disciplinary World Of Needle Exchange." Contemporary Drug Problems 40.3 (2013): 415-445. Academic Search Premier. Web. 13 Apr. 2014. Thesis: It postulates that attempts to “raise the bar” within a low-threshold program may serve to alienate or explicitly exclude certain service users Evidence: the author stayed within the program for a year, getting to know people and see how it really operates. He also did interviews with...

    Drug, Drug addiction, Drug culture 1216  Words | 3  Pages

  • Methadone Clinics

    Methadone Clinics and Needle Exchange Programs: Critical Thinking There are many people in the world today that are drug addicts and cannot quit by themselves which is where the methadone clinics come into the picture. Methadone reduces the withdrawal symptoms therefore making it easier to quit drugs. Even though methadone is supposedly proven to be safe, it seems to have biases and stigmas associated with it because it is an opioid medication and many people can become addicted to it as well...

    Addiction, Drug abuse, Drug addiction 1145  Words | 4  Pages

  • Does Student Exchange Program Involve a Nation’s Identity?

    GAC027 AE 1: Primary Research Project Report Does Student Exchange Program Involve a Nation’s Identity? Student Name: Akbar Muslim Yahya Student ID: 0510125 Teacher: Wahyudi Irwan Due Date: 2nd December 2011 Word Count: 1418 GAC027 AE#1 Akbar Muslim Yahya 0510125 Table of Contents Page 1.0 2.0 3.0 4.0 5.0 6.0 7.0 8.0 Abstract…………………………………………………………………………………………3 Introduction……………………………………………………………………………………..3 Research Methodology…………………………………………………………………………4 Research Finding………………………………………………………………………………...

    International student, Interview, Student exchange 1738  Words | 7  Pages

  • Student Exchange Program and Educational Tours

    various formats namely foreign student exchange programmes and business conventions. However, all forms of educational tours have one point in common, which is to increase the travellers’ knowledge. Therefore, educational tourism should undeniably be used as a form of education as it effectively facilitates learning and greatly benefits the travellers. One of the benefits of joining educational tourism is that the foreign students who involved in the exchange programme will return home as a more...

    Education, International student, Knowledge 1001  Words | 4  Pages

  • Harm reduction strategies

    reduction. Non Prescription Needle Use Initiative (2007) defined harm reduction as “a pragmatic and non-judgmental set of strategies which serves to reduce individual and community harm caused by drug use”. The focus is therefore not on total abstinence, but rather on minimizing personal and social harm associated with drug use. Harm reduction however does not rule out the possibility of total abstinence (UNODC, 2004). Furthermore, according to Non Prescription Needle Use Initiative (2007) “harm...

    Addiction, Drug, Drug abuse 2212  Words | 7  Pages

  • The Exchange of Dirty Hypodermic Needles for Clean Ones, or the Sale of Clean Ones.

    The Exchange Of Dirty Hypodermic Needles For Clean Ones, Or The Sale Of Clean Ones. Is it the exchange of dirty hypodermic needles for clean ones, or the sale of clean ones necessary for our society? The exchange of dirty hypodermic needles for clean, or the sale of clean ones is very necessary and important because our society is in need of solutions on how to prevent and decrease the big amount of infections and death that these type of diseases such as HIV and hepatitis c are causing. A lot...

    Cannula, HIV, Hypodermic needle 809  Words | 2  Pages

  • Benefits of Student Exchange

    | The Benefits of Student Exchange | COM100 | | Anna Steele 4001232 | 3/10/2012 | 1. Synopsis A student exchange program is designed to encourage students to live in another country for generally a full school year. This report will cover the history of exchange programs, the benefits of undertaking study abroad in terms of the personal, cultural, educational, and employment benefits. It will also outline reasons why thousands of students around the world chose to leave their...

    International student, Rotary International, Rotary Youth Exchange 1786  Words | 6  Pages

  • Exchange Student Guide

    International Students Guide Book (Exchange Program) Shanghai Jiao Tong University www.sjtu.edu.cn 1 Contents  Introduction ................................................................................................................................ 3  About SJTU ............................................................................................................................................ 3  Exchange Programs .............................................................

    China, Higher education, International student 1189  Words | 4  Pages

  • Troy Wolff: Exchange Year

    Cherry Liu (Meng Ting Liu) Eng101 10:30-11:20 Assignment essay 1 01/21, 2013 Troy Wolff Exchange Year “Being an exchange student is awesome”, “I had the best year of my life”, “ I learned so much about myself”. These are what people, who had already been abroad, told me about their past experiences two years ago. They told me about how wonderful it was, how the exchange experiences have changed them forever, and what they had learned from it. I was truly inspired by their energy and passion...

    A Different World, Exchange, International student 1118  Words | 3  Pages

  • Japanese Exchange

    Samantha Quach 10HY Dear Diary, Today was the day I went to have an interview with the NZIIU exchange programme organisation. I would like to go to Japan as an exchange student for a year. I was very nervous but excited at the same time. I hoped they saw that I could benefit from the exchange. When I opened the door, I saw them watching me walk in. My heart was pumping and my hands were sweating. As I sat down, I let out an unnatural smile...

    Earthquake, International student, Japanese language 940  Words | 3  Pages

  • JMSB exchange report

     Exchange Report Program: Bcomm Finance Host University: Neoma Business School Host Country: France Choosing your host Going on exchange is a fantastic opportunity. You get the chance to meet a lot of new people from different parts of the world and learn new things about other cultures, people and yourself. The reason I chose France is because I wanted to explore the antique beauty of the country and I also wanted to improve my French. I chose Neoma Business School as my host university...

    Exchange, France, French language 1579  Words | 5  Pages

  • exchange student

    Minnesota soil. Maybe I should back up and explain who Jocelyn is first. Over the summer my family got a call asking if we would host a foreign exchange student for three months. It was a no brainer my family all agreed it would be a great opportunity plus my friend had done it the year before and we instantly became best friends with her foreign exchange student Paloma. My parents thought it would be good for my sister and I to learn about another culture first hand. While I had imagined Jocelyn...

    International student, Student exchange program 1047  Words | 3  Pages

  • Hosting Foreign Exchange Students

    My husband and I wanted to host an exchange student for a couple of reasons. First, we were at the point in our lives where our careers were moving along and the money wasn't tight. We felt providing the room and board would not put any financial strain on us. Second, it would be a lot of fun to give someone an adventure. Anna came to us as our 3rd exchange student. Anna was a 16-year old FLEX (Future Leaders Exchange Program) student and came to us from Kiev, Ukraine. Anna was one of three...

    2006 albums, 2006 singles, ILOVEYOU 1570  Words | 4  Pages

  • The Needle Exchange Program

    The Needle Exchange Program The needle exchange program is very vital, and throughout this paper I will discuss the pros and cons about the program and I will discuss the reasons surrounding why the program was started. AIDS has been a growing epidemic through the 1990’s and it was estimated by the World Health Organization that the number of people infected with HIV or AIDS would reach thirty to forty million individuals by the year 2000 if nothing was done (Health and Disease). In Africa and...

    AIDS, Drug, Drug addiction 1261  Words | 4  Pages

  • Falling in Love with a Foreign Exchange Student

    The Trials and Tribulations of Falling in Love (with a foreign exchange student). Love is already a very complex and mysterious emotion from the very beginning. There are so many different variables and constants that you could almost look at love as a very complex mathematical equation. These equations take in to account your aspirations and qualities of yourself as a human being. The equation then would use all of this human data and plug it in and then BANG, you have so many different...

    Anxiety, Debut albums, Equation 1677  Words | 4  Pages

  • aalto university

    Student reports serve as an important source of information for potential outgoing exchange students in regards to the various exchange programs available to GSOM students. An individual’s study abroad experience is as unique as the exchange programs provided by GSOM. As every report will be available for viewing at the GSOM website, these contributions will aid in the decision-making process for future outgoing exchange students. The topics below are meant as an aid only. Students are encouraged...

    Aalto University, Alvar Aalto, Finland 1117  Words | 5  Pages

  • Hbcu and Pwi Partnerships

    Lambertville, NJ 08530 (609) 397-9777 EXCHANGE PROGRAMS BETWEEN HBCUs AND PWIs: An Emphasis on Partnership, but Some Problems Remain by Angelo John Lewis During the 1960s, according to Tougaloo College lore, President John F. Kennedy called for the nation's predominately white colleges to cooperate in bolstering the status of historically black colleges and universities. The president's words prompted a faculty and student exchange program between Brown University and Tougaloo which...

    African American, College, Graduate school 2000  Words | 7  Pages

  • Assumption of Risk Agreement

    WAIVER With - ASSUMPTION OF RISK AGREEMENT WHEREAS, St. Scholastica’s College, Manila, High School Unit (SSC-HSU) under its Benedictine Ambassadors for Peace Program will conduct a student exchange activity with its partner-school The Rhabanus Maurus Gymnasium in Bavaria, Germany from October 11, 2014 up to October 31, 2014; WHEREAS, our daughter, (name of student), expressed interest and desire to join this activity and had since been accepted by SSC-HSU as one of its participants; ...

    International student, Student exchange, Student exchange program 839  Words | 3  Pages

  • anchoring

    ceremony for the guests from u.k. Sidak - student exchange program is mixture of cultures , educational programs , traditions etc. Pooja – they promote the thought of globalization . it broadens the thinking of students . so here are some of the advantages of the student exchange program. Sidak – 1. Self development and awareness leading to enhanced self confidence and self esteem . this is often the most noticeable change in returned exchange students . Pooja – 2. Maturity and social poise , fuelled...

    International student, Student exchange, Student exchange program 672  Words | 4  Pages

  • Sick Leave

    ANALYSIS 1. The Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) program is an English exchange program for adults and a way to promote internationalization. This case discusses Kelly who is in the JET program as well as her coworkers and supervisor. She is a Canadian college graduate who thought of this program as a really positive opportunity. She had been to Japan before for four months through a student exchange program and could speak the language and was returning to Japan through this program. Kelly and three...

    Case study, Employment, Lebanon, Tennessee 842  Words | 3  Pages

  • Sarah James in Mexico Case Study Analysis

    correctly in terms of logistics, but failing to consider and plan for the human side of this very personal and unique interaction. As the text relates to us, Sarah James seemed on paper like a perfect representative for the inaugural term of the exchange program between Palm Lakes University (PLU) and the Instituto de Negocios Internationales (INI). Her initial performance in Mexico indicated that she was on track for success. She did well enough in her course work and in a screening process to be...

    Family, International student, Mexico 2383  Words | 6  Pages

  • Speech of Introduction

    the Audience & Occasion: Good Morning foreign exchange students of Auburn University. I would like to welcome all of you to Auburn University’s first annual Foreign Exchange Student seminar B. Attention Getter: Our speaker for today is smart, dedicated, and multi-talented young lady. C. Thesis/Preview: It is my pleasure to do the honor of introducing all of you to Qin. I will inform you about her introspection on being a foreign exchange student, and her passion and interest for painting...

    International student, Student exchange, Student exchange program 677  Words | 4  Pages

  • Disadvantage and Advantage Studying Abroad and Locally

    power relations between the educational tourist and the locals which will be eventually evident on economic exchanges and exchange of knowledge. Stereotyping and idealizing of cultures is possible wherein lack of real contact and meaning characterizes the acquaintance. As such, gaining of respect for cultural differences will be less than superficial. The saddest part of this is when the exchange of experience travel by word-of-mouth in which damaging the reputation of one culture is inescapable. Disadvantages...

    Academic degree, Education, Higher education 1974  Words | 6  Pages

  • Building an Effective Performance Evaluation Tool

    Satisfactory Very Good Excellent Outstanding Managing immigration issues such as:  passports, visas, etc. Managing and ensuring accuracy for inputs to the Student and Exchange Visitor Information System (SEVIS). Overseeing the English as a Second Language (ESL) program. Marketing and recruiting students from other countries to attend your university Marketing and recruiting students at your university to study abroad. Coordinating...

    Educational evaluation, Evaluation, Human factors 505  Words | 3  Pages

  • Cultural Tourism in Malaysia from an Indian Tourist's Perspective

    An exchange student program can ultimately help for the youth to know and understand the culture of others. Student exchanges programs provide visiting young people with a deep and meaningful introduction to other countries life, culture, and institutions thus providing them with methods to communicate across cultures and develop critical thinking and leadership skills to last a lifetime (“International Development and Exchange Programs”, 2012). Believably, that the student exchange program may...

    Cultural tourism, Heritage tourism, Maldives 1050  Words | 4  Pages

  • Negotiation case

    Negotiation case As we are two exchange students from Spain and Israel, we have experienced a common situation when we arrived to Brandeis University this semester for an exchange programme in IBS. Therefore, the following case situation is real and it includes the real names of the characters who took part in the story. You are very welcome, of course, to change the names in case you want to use it for your future classes. Character #1 – The new exchange student Jose is a second year student...

    Academia, Brandeis University, College 1033  Words | 3  Pages

  • PROPOSAL

    student affairs itself is not involves and then cannot encourage to join the clubs. LACK OF POPPORTUNITIES AND SERVICES In addition the university is facing a lack of life opportunities and services. The university does not have any internship programs for their students. The majority of the students don’t have any work experience. Although the theory taught in class have been fully understood the students need a real application through the channel of internship. There are no career services at...

    Education, International student, Student 1482  Words | 7  Pages

  • Difficulty and advantage of studying abroad

    country. For a student from Indonesia for example, the currency exchange is very high, about Rp 9000.- for US$1.- . Also, the income per capita of Indonesia is only about $3000.- . Meanwhile, the per semester cost of studying is about $9400.-, not including the housing fee and living expenses. Thus, money is another problem faced by international students. To add to the problems, the United State charge another $100.- for the Student and Exchange Information System(Sevis) which can be used to track international...

    Apprentices mobility, Education, International student 1194  Words | 4  Pages

  • Business Case Assessment Form

    including the key objectives. | UW-Parkside is working to increase its international exchanges and welcomes many international students each year from a number of counties to its “Global Village” located in Pike River Suites. While these students travel to Parkside to life and learn the American culture, it is also equally important that UW-Parkside students learn from their culture. The largest group of exchange student for a number of years has been from China. The Pike River Suites kitchens are...

    China, Costs, International student 889  Words | 4  Pages

  • Project Proposal Sample for Organization

    the Star program for the mentoring of new members. 4) To establish a written three-year plan for the club, which will actively involve the current club president, club president-elect, and club president-nominee, with the development and statement of three-year goals for each Avenue of Service and targets for club membership to support the new goals. (10) 5) To sponsor a new Rotary club. (5) 6) To have regular meetings consistently marked by both great fellowship and stimulating programs. (5) ...

    Evanston, Illinois, Paul P. Harris, Proposals 1461  Words | 5  Pages

  • Brain Drain In pakistan

    artists. This is a diverse internationally mobile group of persons whose stays abroad are often for brief periods. Some of them can, however, settle overseas permanently. i. Academics, researchers and other academic staff. There is a substantial exchange of academics and researchers between universities and similar institutions for periods of variable length. Many transfers are for relatively short periods, such as an academic term, whilst others are for longer durations (the archetypal brain drain...

    Brain, Human brain, Human capital 1533  Words | 4  Pages

  • International Student Organization

    international students understand American culture and feel more like at home by having festivals, shopping and field trips and a lot of different events. The ISA , one of over 200 student organizations at ECU, is mostly composed of foreign exchange students, or students who were not born in America although. The meetings and club are open to anyone who wants to join. The main reason it was setup was to give international students an opportunity to gain a greater understanding of the American...

    Apprentices mobility, Culture, International student 1241  Words | 4  Pages

  • Austrian People

    important information about JKU, live in Linz, interesting place in Linz and gave me a lot of good advices. Then they also helped me opened bank account and in every stuff referent with procedure in JKU. The student mentor program is great and highly recommends to incoming exchange students as this is a great opportunity to meet some local students and get an insider look into Linz. Second experience with people in Austria I had at sensitivity culture training when we had task in group. Me and people...

    Austria, Austrians, Austro-Bavarian language 1427  Words | 4  Pages

  • Gap Year Advantages

    United States is more challenging because you don’t use it in everyday life. Having that immersion in a language can really benefit someone because thirty to forty percent of all graduates double major (Selingo 4). Katy Wells, a Rotary foreign exchange student, said, “When I came back from my year in Ecuador I tested out of 12 credits of Spanish. Learning the language while I was there was so useful.” As a student enters college they are given a chance to test out of a language. Being fluent...

    Gap year, High school, International student 1972  Words | 5  Pages

  • Study Plan for Abroad

    Guidelines on How to Write a Statement of Purpose/ Study Plan Background: As part of your application for the Faculty of Arts Exchange Programme or the HKU Worldwide Exchange Programme (HKUWW) Study Abroad scholarship, you have to provide a 'Statement of Purpose' (Arts) or 'Study Plan' (HKUWW). These are short essays which, on the Hong Kong side, are drawn on as supporting material in the selection process and, on the side of your potential host university, used to assess your motivation and study...

    Academia, Essay, International student 854  Words | 2  Pages

  • Should Chinese Student Study Abroad

    example, China Daily reported in 2007 that the number of students choosing to study abroad has increased by 11 percent over the last five years till 2007. However some problems occur when choose to study abroad destination, whether it is one-semester exchange or full-time engagement. Some of these problems include culture shocks and loneliness, language difficulties and financial hurdles. First, we will discuss the three arguments raised by the opponents against studying abroad. Second, we analyze corresponding...

    Culture, Education, International student 1338  Words | 3  Pages

  • The Smartest Kids in the World and How They Got that Way

    success, Ripley travels to three particular countries that earned remarkable honors in international tests: South Korea, Finland, and Poland. She collects information from a broad range of participants in the education systems including three American exchange students who could pierce harder and dig deeper through the glossy surface of the leading schools guiding us to their top secrets. Then, of course, Ripley finds a few key things that are enlightening in bettering our education system. The first...

    Education, Education in the United States, Higher education 900  Words | 3  Pages

  • Effects for Students Study Abroad

    Effects for students study abroad As the world now become a global village, the proportion of students study abroad has increase a lot recent years due to many possible reasons such as family immigration, exchange programs, job requirements, financial ability and etc. In 2007, there were about 262,000 American students studied abroad; where as only 114,000 US students studied abroad a decade ago. Study abroad has become a trend since many people believe that in order to get a head start before...

    Cultural studies, Foreign language, Language 821  Words | 3  Pages

  • Disadvantages of Studying Abroad

    costs will go up and you might be longer dependent on your parents. These  are major disadvantages of studying abroad. Before you leave and join the next study abroad program, you have to considerate this: are you ok with adding one more year to your studies?  Is it useless? High school students who take part in exchange programs abroad often say that they have already studied what they are taught  abroad or that the class is too difficult because nothing is done to support their special needs....

    Bon Jovi, Country music, Culture shock 1202  Words | 3  Pages

  • Cultural Issues in Esl

    feeling the pressure of studies and socialization. The people in this category are mainly international or exchange students. Given the privilege to study abroad for a better education, these students are hard working and efficient. But the disadvantages are inevitable. There are cultures in their former school that their current school does not practice. Proper behavior, salutations, programs, and methods vary in different schools. Even in local schools, it is hard for some to practice English, because...

    Communication, Education, English language 1129  Words | 3  Pages

  • Benefits and Challenges of International Education

    my mind that should students study abroad? If the answer is yes, what are the benefits on both side of international students and local students? According to Byrd, many U.S colleges and universities have received international students into their programs without thinking about what they were doing. (Byrd 1) What are the challenges for the international students and how can they overcome them? Is it worth to overcome these obstacles to study abroad? Local support According to Krishna, the...

    Apprentices mobility, Food safety, Foodborne illness 1808  Words | 6  Pages

  • Build the Bridge

    inconvenience of the language barrier. On the other hand, with the language barrier, it is impossible for exchange students and foreign scholars to accomplish any academic achievements in the United States. With development of transportation and economic, thousands of international students and scholars come to the United States seeking for better education and the cultural exchange. A 16-year-old exchange student from Marseille, France complaint that "It's hard because I can understand, but I can't really...

    American Dream, Humid subtropical climate, International student 897  Words | 3  Pages

  • disadvantages of the studying abroad

    brilliant carrier? Cannot we gain it studying at home? "Bolashak" is the president’s program for youth of Kazakhstan. It gives a good chance to study abroad for everyone. Even the president of our country supports the study abroad. During the 20 years, there were studied thousands of students and most of them work at the state influential companies. However, do not forget about disadvantages. For 20 -year history of the program 333 people could not complete training - mainly because of their own poor progress...

    English language, International student, Kazakhstan 1650  Words | 4  Pages

  • Intercultural and International Experience (Personal Views)

    is going to experience during his exchange. I said multicultural environment due to the fact that me and my family belong to the Hungarian minority who lives in Romania, so I am familiar to the customs of both cultures and according to Samovar, Porter & McDaniel (2009) I consider myself perfectly described by having a “transnational” identity. Soon after I got my first foreign friend in the first week of the spring semester, lots of other encounters with exchange students followed. By the next weeks...

    Cluj-Napoca, Cross-cultural communication, Erasmus Programme 1348  Words | 4  Pages

  • Studying Abroad

    students. This will surely hinder the understanding of the student regarding important class lectures. Moreover, Professors Erichsen and Bolliger explained that “Language difficulties can lead to confusion, misunderstandings, struggles with course and program content as well as contribute to great anxiety and stress concerning in class participation and presentations” (311). This can be a serious problem for an international student. Secondly, opting to study in another country puts a strain on an individual’s...

    Apprentices mobility, International student, Problem solving 865  Words | 3  Pages

  • that's

    being in a dark place and having something scary or malevolent attack you before you can see it.    Another urban legend is is the story of “The Kidney Thieves ”. The accounts of this story are being re-told .This story begins with an Iranian foreign exchange student, being alone in this country, going to a party he had heard of from other students. In the party having had a few drinks, another “American thing” my family is against, he met a beautiful innocent girl who offered him a drink and asked to...

    A Story, Folklore, Grammatical person 1236  Words | 3  Pages

  • GP Article about Education

    significant wage premium. The problem is that many of these countries lack high-quality institutions of higher education, leaving even university graduates at a disadvantage within an increasingly interconnected global economy. This is where study abroad programs can help. Sending students to high-quality foreign institutions can help to advance a country’s international integration, including into global knowledge networks, as it has for many countries in Asia and the Middle East. The advantages become...

    Education, Higher education, International student 788  Words | 3  Pages

  • Benefits and Losses of Study Abroad

    country but the decision of studying is heavily influenced by learning outside the classroom. When a student will get fluent in the language he will be able to express himself much more, he will also give output to the native people, hence there is an exchange of culture between the students. It will be very beneficial to the community in the future as when these people will understand each other respect and tolerance will develop. Both the native student and the foreign student can then educate people...

    Culture, International student, Language acquisition 1873  Words | 5  Pages

  • Bba for Hang Seng Colleg

    and Strategy 企業政策及策略 * Students admitted in 2012 or after can take another elective module in lieu of “Field Experience”. * 2012年或之後入讀的同學可選讀另一選修科代替「工作實習」。 學生海外交流計劃 student exchanGe ProGramme HSMC has engaged in exchange partnership with a number of renowned overseas institutions. These institutions exchange students with HSMC each year. Students can take this opportunity to broaden their horizons and gain valuable experience. 恒生管理學院與下列著名海外學府簽訂合作協議,每年會派學生到海外交流學習,藉此讓學生擴闊視野,得到寶貴的經驗。 Cottey...

    Business, Business school, Education 1423  Words | 7  Pages

  • Harm Reduction

    should be active in Canada due to the fact that it has previously been used on other countries and have been successful. The War on drugs is pointless and it wastes billions of tax dollars with no positive result. Lastly Needle exchange centre, methadone maintenance programs and other policies are much more effective. Previous countries have been successful using harm reduction and they have worked and helped out the drug abusers. World Health Organization study shows drug abuse rates are...

    Addiction, Drug, Drug abuse 455  Words | 2  Pages

  • AFS STUDENT EXCHANGE PROGRAM (application form)

    the list of programs offered): Negara-negara pilihan saya (Sila rujuk senarai program yang ditawarkan): 1. 2. 3. (We cannot guarantee your first choice but we will do our best!) - (Kami tidak memberi sebarang jaminan anda akan mendapat pilihan pertama anda.) About your interest in the AFS Program Sila Pilih Daripada Program-program Berikut Departing in: I am interested in Saya berminat untuk mengikuti : Bulan Berlepas: Year Program (11–12 months) Intensive Program (6–8 weeks) ...

    AFS Intercultural Programs, Student exchange program 1981  Words | 22  Pages

  • Experience as an Exchange Student

    My experience in the United States as an Exchange Student To be a young adult living in Malaysia, the United States is appeared to be a way off place, both in a social context and geographically. I was sponsored by the American Field Service (AFS) in 2008. Throughout my months as a Malaysian exchange student in Boston, I have been smiling and crying, yearning to go home and hoping I could continue staying longer. Being an exchange student, we’re appealing at the start, striking, comical with our...

    AFS Intercultural Programs, Baskin-Robbins, Exchange 921  Words | 2  Pages

  • My Exchange Experience

    feel my growth and maturity until I went to California as a foreign exchange student. In 2006, I should be like many other sixteen-year-old teenagers who go to school every day and spend time with parents at home. However, I made a decision to come to the United States for ten month with AFS Intercultural Program. At first, my English teacher in China asked me if I want to go to the AFS winter camp, which is for selecting exchange students across the country. At that time, I had absolutely no idea...

    AFS Intercultural Programs, EducationUSA, International student 521  Words | 2  Pages

  • An Exchange Student in University Brunei Darussalam

    An Exchange Student in University Brunei Darussalam Being exchange students is a talent for students to enhance their experiences. Many students want to go abroad, but not all of them can take this opportunity. Once in my life I was a lucky student having a chance going to Brunei Darussalam as an exchange student, taking English summer course for almost a month. I never thought that I could go to this peaceful and beautiful country. This was the first time ever for me to step upon to the third...

    Brunei, International student, Malay language 762  Words | 2  Pages

  • Taiwan Scholarship Program Guidelines

    Revised Taiwan Scholarship Program Guidelines(2006~2007) 1. The Taiwan Scholarship Program Guidelines are duly enacted in accordance with Article 4 of the Taiwan Scholarship Plan. 2. Types of Scholarships and benefits: (1) Undergraduate Scholarships: These scholarships are for foreign students who want to pursue undergraduate studies at universities/colleges in Taiwan. A stipend of NT$25,000 per month per student will be provided. (2) Master’s Scholarships: Scholarships in the amount of NT$30...

    Academia, Academic degree, Bachelor's degree 3014  Words | 9  Pages

  • Duo Singapore Exchange Fellowship Award

    Application Essay – DUO-Singapore Exchange Fellowship Award First of all, I am glad that to be given a chance to exchange to Germany for my studies in NUS. Germany is a great place with many world-class universities. Through the exchange programme, I will increase the value of my degrees, as study overseas is an evidence of independence, adaptability and a willingness to take on a challenge. The DUO-Singapore Exchange Fellowship Award will definitely valuable and helpful as the living expenses in...

    Culture, Exchange, International student 479  Words | 2  Pages

  • Why you should be an exchange student

    Why you should be an exchange student I used to think that I would travel when I was done with school. Then it occurred to me that there’s no time like the present. Going on exchanged was the best thing that I could have done. Here are a few reasons to study abroad. It’s cheaper When you travel as a student, it is often cheaper than traveling later in life. You can get great student discounts (get an ISIC card: an International Student Identification Card), you can stay in hostels and sometimes...

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