University Club Bonn

Go to school in Nova Scotia: skiing and canoeing on the schedule should I stay six months or a year abroad? What are the role of the ABI after 12 years? Can I get a degree recognised in Germany abroad? Answers to these questions are the youth exchange organisation Stepin at an event for young people with itchy feet (and their parents) am: Saturday, January 22, 2011, 13:00 to 17:00, in the University Club Bonn, Konvikt Strasse 9, 53113 Bonn. This afternoon, staff provide information about exchanges Canada firsthand the partner organization of the Canadian province of Nova Scotia after an introductory lecture. Canada’s excellent school system should be particularly interesting for parents and students. And also its peculiarities: in Canada include canoe ride, skiing and hiking to the ever-popular subjects offer of many educational institutions. Is at the heart of the presentation of information from 13: 00 the topic back to school international “. Presented are the high school programs and school systems in the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Argentina, Ireland, France, Spain and Scandinavia.

In the wake of Stepin advise visitors individually. And returnees, covering their personal foreign experiences as former participants provide tips from my own experience. To better plan, is a login to the event Tel. 0228 95695-30, email or online at asked. Press contact Stepin GmbH (student travel & education international program) contact: Verena Hanneken Tel. 0228-95695-16 E-Mail: Internet: