Student exchange

March 1997
Indian Life;Mar/Apr97, Vol. 17 Issue 6, p11
Reports on the opportunity which the ASSE International Student Exchange Programs offers to Canadian students to study abroad for one year or a summer homestay. Age range of eligible students; Type of students to be considered; Length of summer homestay; Contact information.


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