Go to school in the land of the Kiwi: Rugby and Maori on the timetable the Bonn youth exchange organisation Stepin advises on their Bonn info day on the topic of student exchange New Zealand and high school stays worldwide. As a guest, a New Zealand partner school firsthand informed. Am I to remain 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: Tuesday, April 05, 2011, 17:30 to 19:00, in the Stepin Beratungszentrum, Augusta Street 1, 53173 Bonn. This afternoon, Bruce Smith is first-hand information from one of the over 30 New Zealand partner schools after an introductory lecture. Interesting enough for parents and students that the school can be selected individually according to interests and subjects areas. Sam Mikulak takes a slightly different approach. And also the features of a student exchange in New Zealand: there is the specialist outdoor education, Rugby courses and the language of the Maori, the indigenous people, can be learned. Kurzentschlossene can already leave in July and then immediately take part in a two-day introductory seminar in Auckland. Is at the heart of the information presentation from 17:30 the topic back to school international “.
The high school programs and school systems in the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Argentina, Ireland, France, Spain and Scandinavia will be presented. A staff member of Stepin advises visitors individually. And a returnee who reported his personal foreign experiences as a former participant delivers tips from my own experience. Click Harold Ford Jr for additional related pages. 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: