International School Manila
HS Student Circular
April 29, 2011
Honoring Vicky Sycip Herrera ’68: Teacher, Guidance Counselor, Mentor, Friend
“Vicky has touched the lives of so many people, and however hard we try, words cannot do justice to how much she has impacted the lives of past and present members of the community”, writes Alex Eduque ’09. Vicky’s office has been a sanctuary for many of us: students, parents, colleagues. Her advice and candor has encouraged, motivated and kept most of us on the right path, even when we felt like giving up. She has been a mother figure, a counselor, a teacher, a co-worker, even a match-maker; but more importantly, Vicky has been a friend to each of us. This school year, 20102011, marks Vicky’s final year in her current position as High School guidance counselor she will be retiring in June. The bitter-sweet emotions that many of our students, parents, faculty and alumni feel can be heard in the mountain of messages the school has received in recognition of her service. Vicky’s relationship with our school began as a Grade 2 student in Ms. Miller’s class on the Donada campus (of the American School as it was then known) in 1957. Graduating in 1968, Vicky went on to study at the University of the Philippines. In 1973, Vicky would return to school but this time as an English Literature teacher. It wasn’t until 1975, after the birth of her twin daughters that Vicky returned from maternity leave to assume her guidance counseling position: a position she has held for the past 38 years. One alumnus remarked, Vicky has been, “the perfect guidance counselor, friend and mentor. She treated each of us with such personal attention. I am the person I am today in great part due to Vicky’s love and caring attention, her strength and her continued friendship.” The list of dedications we have received all reiterate the same feelings. The IS Manila community has been truly distinguished by having Vicky as part of our faculty. In commemoration of her service to our community, we have established the Vicky Sycip Herrera Scholarship fund in her honor. Many of you will know of this program, which seeks to fund local national students of exceptional ability but whose parents lack the financial capacity to fund an education at IS Manila. Presently, the school supports four Scholars in each Grade from 8 to 12. Vicky’s Scholar would be the fifth such. These students all pass through an elaborate selection process involving standardized assessment tests, essays and psychological evaluations as well as a comprehensive means test to ascertain the family’s financial circumstances. Since 1967, our Filipino Scholarship Program has changed the lives of over 150 students – and often the lives of their families as well. The list of accomplishments and achievements of these Scholars is remarkable. And although the Scholars have gained immeasurably from an ISM education, it is worth noting that they have the given much back to the School. Listen to Vicky’s own assessment of the value that they have added: “I was aware of the Filipino Scholarship Program when it started way back in 1961; this was when the first batch of Scholars started in what was then called Junior High (Grade 7). They graduated in 1967, and the second batch of scholars was in my class of 1968. Since then, I’ve had the honor of getting to know just about every Filipino Scholar in 44 graduating classes – and oh, how they’ve raised the bar at ISM – not just in the classroom but in extra-curricular activities as well! The Scholars have played a huge role in making our School the success it is today.” What better way could there be of recognizing Vicky’s unique contribution to IS Manila than to help expand our Scholarship program in her name! We ask each of you to make a pledge to this cause such that we can establish an endowment fund large enough to provide for the continuing tuition and support of an additional, truly deserving Filipino Scholar. Of course we recognize that, in making this appeal, we shall receive donations both small and large. We plan to recognize those who make substantial contributions on a special board of honor located prominently in the school. Please think carefully about this giving opportunity. Not only will your generosity open up a life-changing pathway to an international school education and beyond, it will also help keep Vicky’s legacy alive for future generations of students.
For your convenience, you may donate on-line here: https://ismanila.siteym.com/donations/donate.asp?id=2960 or if you prefer, cash and check donations here: http://alumni.ismanila.org/donations/ I would be happy to discuss the details of the program should you need more information. Sincerely, Stephanie H. Hagedorn Director of Community Relations International School Manila (632) 840-8662 http://alumni.ismanila.org
Monday, May 2: Holiday‐NO SCHOOL Tuesday, May 3: IB Exams Wednesday, May 4: Student Late Start IB Exams Thursday, May 5: IB Exams Friday, May 6: IB Exams Saturday, May 7: SAT 7:30pm (ES Gym)
Upcoming Events: May 14: K‐12 Dance recital 3.0pm (FAT) May 17: IB1 – Art Opening May 17: Advanced Dance Solo recital & IB1 Theatre Performances 4.0pm‐7.0pm (LT) May 20: Honors Society Celebration (LT) May 21 – 22: REAL Club Trekking Trip May 23 – 27: Grade 11 Exams (HS Gym) May 26 – 27: Grade 9, 10 Exams (HS Gym) May 26: Senior Celeb Lunch (FAT Lobby) May 26: Senior Celebration 3.0pm‐6.0pm May 28: Prom May 30: Honors and Awards Assembly May 31: Graduation 5.0pm‐8.30pm (FAT)
SCHEDULED COLLEGE VISITS: College The University of Queensland
Representative Alison Campbell
Location Date HSGO 5/12/11 11:15 AM
FROM THE CASHIER’S OFFICE:
SCHOOL FEES and PAYMENT SCHEDULES School Year 2011‐2012 Please KEEP THIS COPY AS A REMINDER regarding DUE DATES for the settlement of your account PLEASE READ CAREFULLY AND TAKE NOTE OF THE CHANGES. First Semester Second Semester Period Covered 1st Quarter – 4 Aug. to 7 Oct. 3rd Quarter – 9 Jan. to 16 Mar. 2nd Quarter – 10 Oct. to 15 Dec. 4th Quarter – 19 Mar. to 31 May Tuition Due Date 7 July 2011 8 December 2011 Basic Fees 1. Tuition Fee 2. 3. 4. If applicable US Dollar Additional Tuition Fees 1. English as a Second Language (ESL) Fee Year 1 $2,500 per year Year 2 $1,500 per year 2. Learning Support Services (LSS) Fee Level 1 Support $1,250 per year $3,000 per year Level 2 Support Level 3 Support $5,000 per year Miscellaneous Fees 1. Extra Car Sticker (first Car Sticker free) PhP 100 per sticker 2. ID (initial student, 2‐parent, 1‐driver, 1‐househelp ID free) PhP 100 per piece 3. Musical Instrument Rental US$ 120 per instrument FEES POLICIES 1. Tuition Fees: Payable in advance for the whole year or per semester. Quarterly payments can also be arranged but have an additional charge of US$100 per quarter. For quarterly payments, post‐dated checks are required to be submitted at the time of enrollment. The USD portion should be paid in US dollars and the PhP portion should be paid in Philippine pesos to eliminate conversion costs. Payments that are not in the prescribed currency will be converted as appropriate based on the school exchange rate, which includes a mark‐up to cover the currency conversion costs. 2. Only the Tuition Fees may be paid by the semester or quarter. All other fees must be paid in full on the due date. An additional one per cent (1%) surcharge per month is added on all school fees that remain unpaid after the due dates. Pre‐School 3 Pre‐School 4 Elementary School (Kindergarten ‐ Grade 4) Middle School (Grades 5 ‐ 8) High School (Grades 9 ‐ 10) High School (Grades 11 ‐ 12) Matriculation Fee Facilities Upgrade Deposit (FUD) Application Fee ANNUAL FEE US Dollar and Phil. Peso $4,380 and PhP 142,200 $5,860 and PhP 189,600 $9,280 and PhP 297,000 $10,140 and PhP 325,500 $10,780 and PhP 347,000 $12,060 and PhP 387,400 SEMESTER FEE US Dollar and Phil. Peso $2,190 and PhP 71,100 $2,930 and PhP 94,800 $4,640 and PhP 148,500 $5,070 and PhP 162,750 $5,390 and PhP 173,500 $6,030 and PhP 193,700 US$ US$ US$ $3,000 $5,000 $200
3. Matriculation Fee: For all NEW students entering Grades Kindergarten and above; is required to hold a place, and should be paid in full upon acceptance. Refund of the matriculation fee will only be made in case of cancellation of the application or acceptance, or the child does not physically enroll. Students who have paid this fee, withdraw and subsequently return to the School are covered by the following guidelines (based on withdrawal date) : 3.1 If a student is withdrawn for 0 – 12 months, no matriculation fee shall be paid upon re‐enrollment. 3.2 If a student is withdrawn for more than 12 months up to 24 months, 50% of the matriculation fee shall be paid upon re‐enrollment 3.3 If a student is withdrawn for more than 24 months, full matriculation fee shall be paid upon re‐enrollment. 4. Facilities Upgrade Deposit: For all NEW students entering Grades Kindergarten and above; should be paid in full upon acceptance. A certificate of deposit will be issued to confirm payment of the FUD. The FUD is FULLY refundable upon receipt of a written request and return of the duly endorsed Certificate of Deposit, when the student withdraws from the School with proper clearance. 5. Application Fee: For all NEW students; should be paid in full upon submission of application. This is non‐refundable and non‐transferable. 6. For NEW PRE‐SCHOOL students, a $1,000 non‐refundable, non‐transferable reservation fee, deductible from the annual tuition fee due, must be paid upon acceptance to guarantee the place in the pre‐school program for the SY 2011‐12. The tuition and all other fees must be paid prior to the student starting class. If the expected enrollment date is deferred to beyond the beginning of the new school year, then all school fees must be fully paid prior to the beginning of the new school year to guarantee and hold the seat. 7. Refund of school fees in case of student withdrawal will not be pro‐rated for part of a quarter, regardless of the number of days attended. 8. A re‐enrollment deposit payment is not required to reserve a space at the School for SY2011‐12. However, parents are obligated to inform the School in writing, before the second Friday of May 2011 if their children will withdraw at the end of the academic year 2010‐11. There is a WITHDRAWAL NOTIFICATION FORM for such purpose and this must be submitted to the Admissions Office before the second Friday of May of each school year. Failure to do so will lead to a deduction of US$1,000 from the Facilities Upgrade Deposit (FUD), in compensation for having held a space for the child and thus preventing the School from offering that space to another child prior to the summer holiday break. 9. Please take note that the School shall take action to suspend the student’s right to attend classes and other school activities for those students whose school fees remain unpaid by end of August for the first semester, and end of January for the second semester. It shall likewise suspend the student’s right to receive report cards or transcript of records while the student’s account remains unpaid. Moreover, this may result in forfeiture of the student’s place or reservation for the next school year. 10. For check payments, over‐the‐counter bank payments and wire transfers, kindly indicate the STUDENT’S NAME AND TELEPHONE NUMBER. Please provide the School with a copy of the deposit slip or bank advice, where applicable, for prompt credit to the student’s account. Following are the bank options: HONGKONG AND SHANGHAI BANKING CORP. Account Name : International School Manila Account No. : US$ S/A 069‐004984‐130 PhP S/A 068‐014950‐040 Bank Address : Fort Bonifacio Branch, Taguig City, Metro Manila, Philippines Swift Code : HSBCPHMM
CITIBANK N.A. Account Name Account No. : Bank Address Swift Code
: International School Manila US$ C/A 0756‐342‐029 PhP C/A 0756‐342‐002 : Paseo de Roxas, Makati City, Philippines : CITIPHMX
BANK OF THE PHILIPPINE ISLANDS Account Name : International School Manila Account No. : US$ S/A 3074‐0241‐48 PhP S/A 3073‐3730‐25 Bank Address : Bel‐Air Polaris Branch, Makati City, Philippines Swift Code : BOPIPHMM 11. All School fee money transactions at the ISM campus are done at the Cashier’s window, Business Office area. 12. Checks will no longer be accepted from those who have issued CHECKS DISHONORED by banks for insufficient funds, closed accounts, and other reasons. Likewise, peso checks will no longer be accepted after the second Friday of May and US$ checks drawn from US banks will no longer be accepted after the second Friday of April for each school year. 13. Pro‐Rating Fees: Most students attend ISM for the entire school year. There are, however, new students who enter ISM after the start of a school year. For NEW students ENTERING ISM after the start of a semester, the Tuition Fee is pro‐ rated as follows: First Semester: First Quarter: Students entering August 5, 2011 up to September 8, 2011, Full semester tuition is charged Students entering September 9, 2011 up to October 7, 2011, Two‐Thirds semester tuition is charged Second Quarter: Students entering October 10, 2011 up to November 18, 2011, One‐Half semester tuition is charged Students entering November 21, 2011 up to December 15, 2011, One‐Third semester tuition is charged Second Semester: Third Quarter: Students entering January 9, 2012 up to February 10, 2012, Full semester tuition is charged Students entering February 13, 2012 up to March 16, 2012, Two‐Thirds semester tuition is charged Fourth Quarter: Students entering March 19, 2012 up to April 27, 2012, One‐Half semester tuition is charged Students entering April 30, 2012 up to May 31, 2012, One‐Third semester tuition is charged 14. These policies may be revised at any time during the school year, at the discretion of the Board of Trustees and the School Administration. 15. Concessionaire fees such as bus and canteen fees can be arranged directly with the third‐party providers. Please contact the Business Office if you have any question on the School Fees and Payment Schedules.
FOR GRADUATING SENIORS:
Dear Parents, In line with the forthcoming graduation of our seniors, we are preparing the return of the Facilities Upgrade Deposit (FUD) of $5,000.00 paid at the time your child entered International School Manila, Inc. To enable us to release the refund on June 30, 2011 onwards may we remind you of the following: 1. Submission of the Facilities Upgrade Deposit (FUD) duly endorsed by the holder of the certificate. The refund in the form of check will be made payable to the holder’s name indicated in the certificate. 2. Clearance for the textbooks to be accomplished the last day of school. 3. Full settlement of all outstanding balance on clearance day This does not apply to ADB and US Embassy sponsor students. Thank you for your cooperation.
FROM THE ADMISSIONS OFFICE:
Re‐Enrollment information for RETURNING STUDENTS for SY2011‐12
Re‐Enrollment requirements for all returning students will include, minimally, submission of an updated Health Form or Physical Form (depending on grade level) to the Clinic for a Clearance Signature and a Clearance Signature from the Cashier’s Office on the Re‐Enrollment Form. The Re‐Enrollment Form and other requested forms for each re‐enrolling student will be available by the beginning of April online from our website under Admission and Re‐Enrollment & Withdrawal or at the Admission Office during office hours (Monday to Friday; 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.). Parents may pick up a set of Re‐Enrollment Forms personally or your child can come to the Admission Office and get the forms. If you would like to have your driver or househelp pick up the forms, please give them a letter of authorization to collect the Re‐Enrollment Forms for your child/children.
For STUDENTS NOT RETURNING next school year (Does not apply to graduating seniors)
If your child(ren) will not be returning to ISM for the 2011‐12 school year, please inform the Admission Office as soon as possible if you have not already done so. Parents are obliged to officially inform the School in writing on a WITHDRAWAL NOTIFICATION FORM, before the second Friday of May, if their children will be withdrawn. Failure to do so will lead to a deduction of US$1,000 from the Facilities Upgrade Deposit (FUD), in compensation for having held a space for the child and thus preventing the School from offering that space to another child prior to the summer holiday break. The Withdrawal Notification Form can be obtained from the Admission Office or from the ISM website under the Admission tab and then click on Re‐Enrollment & Withdrawal. We currently have very few families indicating that they will not be returning and consequently there are an ever growing number of applicants in a WAITPOOL for possible openings. This is causing great distress and anxiety in those families (and in the Admission Office). If you are sure that your child will be leaving ISM, please submit a Withdrawal Notification Form. This will be a great help for our planning and to the many families waiting to be admitted to the school. Thank you. Regards,
Gary W. Jerome
Director of Admission International School Manila P.O. Box 1256 MCPO, 1255 Makati City, Philippines E‐mail: [email protected]
FROM THE ATAC OFFICE:
IASAS 3rd Season information: ISM Bearcats had a great 3rd season to conclude the school IASAS year of events. Here at ISM we proudly hosted the Badminton tournament and received fantastic support from our school community with full gyms and plenty of cheering fans to support the high level of Badminton on display from all teams. ISM Badminton teams played well against tough opposition with the boys team placing 4th and the girls team taking out the Bronze medal this year. A great effort on home turf for our teams and the ISM girls also won the sportsmanship award. Our Softball teams played magnificently in Jakarta to capture the Gold medal in both the boys and girls competition. This was the first time the ISM boys team has won the IASAS Softball title and for the girls the last victory was way back in 1988. To do it both in the same year is incredible and the school is extremely proud of all the players and coaches. Track at Bangkok was a tough event for all participants with temperatures over 40 degrees to endure on the first couple of days. ISM boys finished in 4th place overall and the girls took home the Bronze medal at this year’s Track championships. ISM athletes achieved quite a number of personal bests with school records broken at this meet along with a new IASAS record by Prerna Bhargava in the girls 1500m event with a time of 4.56.27.
IASAS 3rd Season sports awards is Friday May 6th at HS Gym starting at 5:30pm ‐ dress to impress!
ISM Track and Field medals:
Gold Medals: Smirti Sridhar: 100m, 200m, 400m, Long Jump Prerna Bhargava: 3000m, 1500m Enzo Razon: 400m Silver Medals: Girls 4 by 800m relay Girls Medley Relay Enzo Razon: 200m JP Campos: 3000m
Bronze Medals: Prerna Bhargava: 800m Girls 4 by 400m relay Julia Saubier: Discus Katrina Gavino: Javelin Zane Kansil: 400m Hurdles Boys 4 by 800m relay Boys Medley relay Steven Kolkma: High Jump and Triple Jump
GAME SCHEDULE PDF: (new procedure in place for access to game schedule pdf information)
Information about all mid week/weekend fixtures for ISM teams can be found via the ATAC blog. You can also access this information via the ES/MS/HS divisional web pages. Please note the game schedule does change often due to involvement with many local schools so please check the page regularly to find out the latest information of where and when the Bearcats teams are playing. Click on schedules tab or the Bearcat logo to be directed to the http://powerschool.ismanila.org/public/ . You will need your power school user name and ID# to access the game schedule pdf now located in power school
ATAC HIGHLIGHTS/UPDATES – (for ALL match/schedule details check game schedule page as above)
April 29‐ May 1 SACAC Gymnastics Competition Singapore American School April 29‐May1 JIS Invitational Mixed Touch Tournament Jakarta May 4th MS 3rd Season Sports Awards ES Gym 3:30pm May 6th HS 3rd Season Sports Awards 5:30pm
BEARCAT DEN: Regular Opening Hours for the Bearcat Den: Mon, Wed and Fridays from 11:30am – 1:00pm and 2:30pm – 4:00pm. Tues and Thurs afternoons from 2:30-4pm. Thanks to all our great volunteers. If you are interested in joining our group of volunteers in the Bearcat ([email protected]
) or pop in to the Den near the HS Cafeteria Den please contact our BCD volunteers coordination Chantelto make you welcome. and talk with one of our volunteers they will be very happy
th PLEASE NOTE: Last day of den operations for this school year is TUESDAY JUNE 7 . The Den volunteers will be in hibernation from June 8th until reopening day on Monday August 8th, 2011.
More ATAC Announcements: A big thanks to all our host families for IASAS Badminton. We cannot host these events without our communities support and the Badminton athletes really enjoyed their visit to Manila for the tournament. Next year’s dates and IASAS Schedule can be found on the ATAC Blog. ISM will host MUN in November 2011 and Rugby/Touch in February 2012. We look forward to these events in the 11-12 school year. Don’t forget the IASAS 30th Anniversary will take place this coming October with a huge celebration at SAS with all first season sports taking place in Singapore. Best wishes this weekend to our Bearcat Gymnastics Team who will travel to Singapore for the SACAS Meet and for our Mixed Touch team who will travel to Jakarta this weekend also to compete in their season ending Touch exchange.
4th Season Schedule
TIME 3:00 - 5:00PM
HS GYM MONDAY MS Basketball Camp Badminton Camp ES Basketball Camp AFAC Basketball TUESDAY MS Basketball Camp ES Basketball Camp Faculty Basketball AFAC Badminton AFAC Cricket AFAC Badminton WEDNESDAY Volleyball HS Boy/Girls Badminton Camp THURSDAY MS Basketball Camp ES Basketball Camp FRIDAY Volleyball HS Boy/Girls Badminton Camp Faculty Basketball
HS Boys Football
HS Girls Football
HS Boys Football
AFAC AFL Football
HS Girls Football
MS AFAC 7/8 Soccer
MS AFAC 5/6 Soccer
MS AFAC TENNIS 5/6
MS AFAC TENNIS 7/8
SUMMER INTERNSHIP PROGRAM:
Dear Grade 10 and 11 students, Are you ready for the REAL WORLD? How would you like to spend 4 days (June 13, 14, 15, and 16) right after school finishes learning more about a company/industry/career that you are curious about…and maybe even getting a bit of work experience at the same time.
Welcome to The Bearcat Summer Internship Program
As you all know well, high school for students is (among many things) a time of self-discovery. It is a time where you begin to better acknowledge your aptitudes/likes, where you hone your strengths and where you begin to sort through that rather complicated map know as your educational and future career path. Unfortunately, it is often a map with gaps between what you learn in your “academic” classrooms and the “real world” your teachers are working to prepare you for. In short, we hope to help bridge that gap for selected ISM students through a four day summer internship/job shadow placement right after high school finishes in June with various companies in the Metro Manila area. During this 4 day internship, you would essentially work (without pay of course) at a particular company, handling various level appropriate responsibilities and/or job shadowing a selected employee(s). Current companies that have signed up and will be offering internships/job shadowing opportunities to our ISM students include (among others):
Alaska Milk Corporation and Asian Development Bank (ADB)
If you are interested in possibly being selected for an internship/job shadow placement please 1. Make sure you have the dates of June 13, 14, 15, 16, and 17 open in your schedule and 2. Check your ISM email account very shortly for additional details on how to apply. In the meantime, please contact Mr. McQueen ([email protected]
) in the HS Guidance Office if you have any questions.
FROM THE BRITISH COUNCIL:
British Council Philippines, together with British Airways, is offering an opportunity for one high school student to join a 3week Summer School at St. Edmund’s College for free! The contest is open to Philippine passport holders aged 12-15 years old by January 1, 2011. Interested participants need to submit a 300 to 500-word essay on the topic “Why do I want to go to the UK” along with a copy of their passport to the British Council. All entries must be received by 5.30pm on Friday, 6 May. Entries will be judged according to content, style and organization. Five finalists will be selected after the first round and will be invited for an interview by a judging panel before a winner is announced by 16 May. The British Council will provide return airfare, refund of visa processing fee and tuition for the summer school. For more details, log on to www.britishcouncil.org.ph. A discounted participation rate to the Summer School is also available through the British Council.
CHINESE SUMMER CAMP IN BEIJING
COLLEGE ACCEPTANCES: CONGRATULATIONS!
We are proud to announce that our ISM seniors were accepted to the following universities:
COLLEGE/UNIVERSITY ACCEPTANCES: College
College Academy of Art University Allegheny College American University American University of Rome Amherst College Amsterdam University College Ateneo de Manila University Babson College Bard College Barnard College Barry University Bath Spa University College Bentley University Binghamton University (School of Management) Boston College Boston University Brandeis University Brock University Brown University Bryant University Bryn Mawr College California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo California State University, East Bay California State University, Sacramento Cardiff University Carleton College Carnegie Mellon University Carnegie Mellon University (Carnegie Institute of Technology) Chapman University Christopher Newport University City University Claremont McKenna College Clark University Cleveland Institute of Art Colby College Colgate University # Accepted 2 1 1 1 2 1 19 2 2 3 1 1 7 1 3 18 1 1 3 1 2 1 1 1 2 1 1 4 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 2 Total 2 2 1 1 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 13 2 1 2 1 2 1 1 2 1 1 3 1 1 1 2
College of the Holy Cross College of William and Mary Columbia University (Columbia College) Connecticut College Cornell University Dartmouth College De Anza College De La Salle University Manila Dominican University of California Duke University (Trinity College of Arts & Science) Durham University Eckerd College Ecole HÃ´teliÃ¨re de Lausanne Embry‐Riddle Aeronautical University ‐ FL Emerson College Emmanuel College Eugene Lang College The New School for Liberal Arts Fairfield University Fisher College Florida State University Fordham University Franklin and Marshall College George Mason University Georgetown University (Georgetown College) Georgia Institute of Technology Georgia Institute of Technology Glasgow Caledonian University Glion Institute of Higher Education Goldsmiths College, University of London Hamilton College ‐ NY Hampshire College Harvard University Harvey Mudd College Haverford College Hiram College IE University
Imperial College of Science, Technology, and Medicine Indiana University at Bloomington Iona College Jacksonville University James Madison University Johns Hopkins University Johnson & Wales University Juniata College King's College London Lakehead University Lancaster University Lehigh University Lewis & Clark College London School of Economics Longwood University Loyola Marymount University Loyola University Chicago Lynn University Manhattanville College Massachusetts Institute of Technology McGill University Menlo College Michigan State University Middlebury College Middlesex University Mount Holyoke College New York University Nipissing University Northeastern University Northwestern University (Arts & Sciences) Nottingham Trent University Occidental College Old Dominion University Pace University, New York City Parsons The New School for Design Pennsylvania State University, Berks College Pennsylvania State University, University Park Pratt Institute Princeton University Purdue University Queen Mary, University of London Queen's University Quest University Canada Radford University Rhode Island School of Design Rice University
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(School of Architecture) Rider University Ringling College of Art and Design Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University Rochester Institute of Technology (College of Engineering or Science) Saint Louis University (College of Engineering & Aviation) Saint Mary's College of California Salve Regina University Santa Clara University Savannah College of Art and Design School of Pharmacy, University of London Seoul National University Sheffield Hallam University Smith College SSTH‐Swiss School of Tourism and Hospitality Stanford University Stony Brook University Syracuse University Temple University Texas Christian University The Chinese University of Hong Kong The Culinary Institute of America The George Washington University The Hong Kong University of Science & Technology The Ohio State University (College of Business) The University of Arizona The University of Iowa (College of Business) The University of Tampa Trinity College Tufts University University at Buffalo The State University of New York University College Dublin University College London University College Utrecht University of Abertay Dundee University of Alberta University of Bath University of Birmingham University of Bristol University of British Columbia University of British Columbia Okanagan (Irving K. Barber School of Arts and Sciences)
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University of California at Berkeley University of California at Davis University of California at Irvine University of California at Los Angeles University of California at Riverside University of California at San Diego University of California at Santa Barbara University of California at Santa Cruz University of Chicago University of Dundee University of East Anglia University of Edinburgh University of Exeter University of Hawaii at Hilo University of Illinois at Chicago University of Illinois at Urbana‐ Champaign University of Kent at Canterbury University of Leicester University of Maryland, Baltimore County University of Massachusetts, Amherst University of Miami University of Michigan University of New South Wales University of Notre Dame University of Nottingham University of Oregon University of Oxford University of Pennsylvania University of Portsmouth University of Rochester
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University of San Diego University of San Francisco University of Santo Tomas University of South Florida, Tampa University of Southern California University of St. Andrews (Scotland) University of Stirling University of Sydney University of the Arts London University of the Philippines University of Toronto University of Victoria (Faculty of Science) University of Virginia University of Warwick University of Washington University of Western Ontario University of Wisconsin, Madison Virginia Commonwealth University Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University Waseda University Washington University in St. Louis (Arts and Sciences) Wesleyan University Western Michigan University (College of Aviation) Wheaton College MA Williams College Yale University York University
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