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Foreign students at medieval Italian universities were also referred to as ultramontanes.
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Foreign and students
According to the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, every year there are more than 200, 000 foreign students that are learning Italian language ; they are distributed in the 90 Institutes of Italian Culture in the world, in the 179 Italian schools abroad and in the 111 Italian sections that are open into foreign schools.
The students went on to build the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, the first American organization to send missionaries overseas.
' The Moravians and later Congregationalist missionaries ran boarding schools, and a select few students were educated at the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions school in Connecticut.
Today the two campuses of Fisciano and Baronissi take in over 40, 000 students attending the wide range of subjects offered by the 10 Faculties: Economics, Pharmaceutics, Law, Engineering, Humanities, Foreign Languages, Political Science, Natural Science, Mathematics and Physics, Education Science.
Some Andover graduates looked to marry students from the Mount Holyoke Female Seminary before becoming missionaries because the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions ( ABCFM ) required its missionaries to be married before starting their missions.
Foreign student training began at Tyndall in 1943 with French Air Force gunnery students being the first and Chinese students following later that year.
Additionally, two former chairs of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee Senator Richard G. Lugar, ( Republican ), and Senator J. William Fulbright ( Democrat ), were students of Pembroke, between them chairing the Senate Foreign Relations Committee for a 27 year period.
Foreign students are typically funded the same way as domestic ( US ) students, although Federally subsidized student and parent loans and work-study assistance are generally limited to U. S. citizens and nationals, permanent residents, and approved refugees.
In the past 10 years, Macalester students have earned honors including Rhodes Scholarships, British Marshall Scholarships, Fulbright Scholarships, Foreign Government Grants, National Science Foundation Fellowships, Truman Scholarships, Watson Fellowships, Mellon Fellowships and Goldwater Scholarships.
Off-campus study programs include the Washington Journalism Internship at the National Journalism Center in Washington, D. C .; the James C. Quayle Journalism Intern Program ; Hillsdale College Professional Sales Intern Program ; Hillsdale in Seville, Spain at The Center for Cross-Cultural Study ; the Hillsdale / Oxford Scholars Program ; Hillsdale College / Universität des Saarlandes, at Saarbrücken, Germany ; Hillsdale College Intensive Language Summer School in Tours, France ; Hillsdale College Intensive Language & Culture Summer Program in Würzburg, Germany ; Hillsdale College at Regent's College, London ; Hillsdale College at the University of St. Andrews, at St. Andrews, Scotland ; and the Washington-Hillsdale Internship Program ( WHIP ), where students reside one semester in Washington, D. C., studying Political Science by working 35 – 40 hours per week in government or private sector positions, and take two classroom courses in either American Politics or Public Policy, and either Contemporary American Foreign Policy or National Security.
Former students also include current MPs, Chris Grayling, Minister of State at the Department for Work and Pensions, and David Lidington, Minister for Europe at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
Foreign students from University of Washington recorded some of the music during the Zimbabwe liberation war in Zimunya communal lands from prominent musicians in the area like Mombo Chiwanza and Nyika Musabayana Zimunya.
However, after breaking his foot in the summer of 1961 during a baseball game and thinking about his college decision outside of basketball, Bradley decided to enroll at Princeton due to its record in preparing students for government or United States Foreign Service work.
Foreign students, having followed a classe préparatoire curriculum ( generally, French residents or students from former French colonies in Africa ) can also enter through the same competitive exam ( they are known as “ EV1 ”).
Foreign students can also apply through a “ second track ” (“ EV2 ”) following undergraduate studies.
* The Fulbright Foreign Student Program enables graduate students, young professionals and artists from abroad to conduct research and study in the United States.
* The International Fulbright Science and Technology Award, a component of the Fulbright Foreign Student Program, supports doctoral study at leading U. S. institutions in science, technology, engineering or related fields for outstanding foreign students.
Foreign and at
Our Office of Foreign and Domestic Commerce carries on a vigorous program, directly aimed at solving and expediting the problems of manufacturers in the lower employment categories.
In June, the Office of Foreign and Domestic Commerce -- in conjunction with local trade associations, chambers of commerce, and bank officials -- sponsored a World Trade Conference at the Sheraton-Biltmore Hotel.
Foreign policy now takes on a different perspective and must become skilled not merely at response but also at projection.
Foreign tourists tend to visit the big name shops like Laox or other speciality shops near the station, though there is more variety and lower prices at locales a little further away.
Clinton ran for President of the Student Council while attending the School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University.
With the aid of scholarships, Clinton attended the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University in Washington, D. C., receiving a Bachelor of Science in Foreign Service ( B. S.
In Brazil, the Ministry of Foreign Relations continues to dominate trade policy, causing the country's commercial interests to be ( at times ) subsumed by a larger foreign policy goal, namely, enhancing Brazil's influence in Latin America and the world.
** won the Golden Palm at the 1988 Cannes Film Festival and an Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film
Although he presided over a large majority, Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman was overshadowed by his ministers, most notably Herbert Henry Asquith at the Exchequer, Edward Grey at the Foreign Office, Richard Burdon Haldane at the War Office and David Lloyd George at the Board of Trade.
A Thursday night contra dance at the Fresh Pond Veterans of Foreign Wars hall in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
However, he did win Best Foreign Film for Anna Karenina starring Garbo at the 1935 Venice International Film Festival.
Lynch has twice won France's César Award for Best Foreign Film, as well as the Palme d ' Or at the Cannes Film Festival and a Golden Lion award for lifetime achievement at the Venice Film Festival.
In 2002, Djibouti agreed to host a U. S. military presence at Camp Lemonnier, a former French Foreign Legion base outside the capital that now houses approximately 3, 500 American personnel.
An annual meeting called " The Pol-Mil Talks " ( for Political-Military ) of all concerned is held at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office in London to resolve pertinent issues.
* Golden Horse for Best Foreign Film at the Taiwan International Film Festival for The Thin Blue Line ( 1988 )
About the coup, Australia's Foreign Minister at the time, Alexander Downer, said that the military were " slowly trying to take control " and pressure the PM to resign.
On 10 June 2005, Foreign Minister Tavola signed a Memorandum of Understanding with his New Zealand counterpart, Phil Goff, aimed at fostering cooperation in the fight against terrorism.
Within the government, preparative discussions are conducted in the government committee of foreign and security policy ( ulko-ja turvallisuuspoliittinen ministerivaliokunta ), which includes the Prime Minister and at least the Minister of Foreign Affairs and the Minister of Defence, and at most four other ministers as necessary.
Foreign and medieval
( 2000 ) " The Impact of ' Foreign ' Troops in the Civil Wars of Stephen's Reign ," in Dunn, Diana E. S. ( ed ) ( 2000 ) War and society in medieval and early modern Britain.
Although medieval Birmingham was never incorporated as a self-governing entity independent of its manor, the Borough – the built-up area – was governed separately from the Foreign – the open agricultural area to the west – from at least 1250.
Mark Strauss of Foreign Policy links it to anti-globalism, describing it as " the medieval image of the ' Christ-killing ' Jew resurrected on the editorial pages of cosmopolitan European newspapers.
* Bronislaw Geremek is the former Foreign Minister of Poland and a scholar of medieval European history especially of France and Poland.