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What kind of junior year away programs do you offer?

Topic: Norwich University | Asked by: Anonymous | Asked on 12/15/2011

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Norwich has a contract with Lexia, any money from Norwich like scholarships can go to Lexia. When you pay tuition to Norwich it goes to Lexia, meaning less hassle. That being said, you don't have to go with Lexia. I went through Central College in Iowa, but the Norwich scholarships would've saved me some money. To answer your question, as of Spring 2012 Lexia offers SPRING 2012 ARRIVAL DEPARTURE COST BERLIN Mon, Jan 23 Mon, May 7 $16,750 BUDAPEST Wed, Feb 1 Mon, May 21 $14,750 BUDAPEST/CLUJ-NAPOCA Mon, Jan 30 Mon, May 21 $14,750 BUENOS AIRES Sat, Jan 28 Sun, May 13 $15,750 ISTANBUL Sat, Feb 11 Tues, June 12 $15,750 PARIS Sat, Jan 28 Mon, May 14 $16,750 ROME Sun, Jan 29 Mon, May 14 $16,750 (Other Lexia places Shanghai, Barcelona, Cape Town, Chiang Mai, Krakow, London, Prague, Venice) *Looking at the tuition prices now, Lexia is about the same with Norwich. If Lexia doesn't interest you, I'm sure there are way cheaper programs out there. ***Words of advise, 1. Get your paperwork in early, don't wait until the deadline is approaching because paperwork with Norwich takes forever. 2. If Corps of Cadet student, study abroad sophomore/senior year, then you can still leave third year for cadre, and you'll realize how much more fun it is outside of Norwich. 3. DON'T pick International Studies major because you'll be stuck with a country you're studying the language in, choose a different program then at least you get to choose where you want to go. (I wanted to go to England but was stuck with China) *http://www.lexiaintl.org/

Answered by: Kenneth S. | about 2 years ago
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Looks like Norwich offers a Junior Year abroad in Germany and Vienna ... look here for more...http://www.norwich.edu/about/news/2004/abroad.html

Answered by: Marcia G. | over 2 years ago
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