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2014-03-18 00:00   審核人:

  CS International Center

  

  Affidavit of Support

University of Missouri

  • Submit completed, original form with supporting financial documentation.

  • The affidavit must be less than one year old upon intended date of enrollment or date of I-20 update.

  • All financial documentation must be equal to or greater than the estimated minimum yearly wage cost.

  • Please refer to the fee sheet for the estimated minimum yearly cost. These figures are subject to change without notice.

  Scholar name:

  MU ID number (if known):

  PART I: Sponsor information

  Name:

  Last (family) First (given)

  Address:

  City State/Province Postal code Country

  Email: Relationship to scholar:

  Parent, aunt/uncle, friend, etc.

  Telephone: Deposit(s) into savings (US$):

  Include country and area codes

  Country of citizenship:

  PART II: Certification

  This affidavit is made by me for the purpose of assuring the United States government that the person named will not become a public charge while in the United States.

  (scholar name)

  I am willing and able to maintain and support the person named above.

  I intend to make specific financial contributions for the support of the person named above in the amount of US$ per year for the period of year(s).

  I have attached an original blank letter(s) on official stationary, or a certified true copy, in English, or accompanied by an official translation, indicating an exact amount of readily available funds to support the person named above.

  PART III: Oath/affirmation

  I acknowledge that 丨 am aware of my responsibilities as the sponsor of the person named above.丨 swear or affirm that (1)丨 know the contents of this affidavit signed by me and (2) the statements are true and correct.

  Signature of sponsor: Date:

  mm/dd/yyyy

  Printed name of sponsor:

  

  Rev. 11/6/12

N52 Memorial Union Columbia, MO 65211 USA Phone: +1 573 882 6007 Fax: +1 573 882 3223 Web: international.missouri.edu

  EPI (English & Professional Immersion) Applicant Information

  

  MISSOURI

  

  

  乂、

  ASIAN AFFAIRS CENTER

  University of Missouri-Columbia

Please return ALL of the following materials to:

  

Ms. Lesley Sapp, EPI Coordinator: sappLi@missouri.edu Application Professional Resume

  Clear scans of passport photo and information page Affidavit of support signed by parent of guardian of applicant Bank statement showing minimum funds of USD $3,950

  Personal Data

  

  

  Telephone number Country of birth

  Country of legal residence

Name (as it appears on your passport) Sex ? male Ofemale Email address

  City of birth Country of citizenship

  

  

  

  Mailing address

Number of years completed in school Freshman (1st year) Sophomore (2nd year)

  廠 Junior (3rd year)

  Senior (4th year)

  

  Date of birth (MM/DD/YYYY)

^JGraduate (5th year+)

  English nickname you would like to use, if any:

  

  

  

  

  

  

  Major(s) / Minor(s) Please let us know what subjects you are focusing on

  TOEIC Score TOEFL Score

  

  Tell us more about yourself

  (There are no right or wrong answers - check ALL of the boxes that match your personality.)

  Short Answer Questions

  These questions are *not* about perfect grammar or sentence structure. Please focus more on sharing more about you, your past experiences and your goals.

  The more you write, the better I understand you - please take your time and answer completely.

  How would you characterize yourself?

  Detail-oriented I~

  Outgoing I~



  Serious

  Prefers not to lead

  Creative

  Sympathetic

  Needs clearly defined goals Sensitive

  Doesn't like detail work Other

  Friendly

  Introverted

  Quiet

  Center of attention

  Curious / asks lots of questions

  Flexible



  Focuses on big picture

  Natural leader

  Reflective

  Easy-going

  Generous

  Critical

  Perfectionist

  Good sense of humor



  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  How did you learn about the EPI program? Why are you interested in joining this program? How do you hope EPI will change you and help you grow during these 6 weeks, and in the future?

  Think about past job and volunteer experience you have had in your life.

  Here are 3 questions to address in short essay form:

  1. Give an example of one thing you really enjoyed about one of your jobs.

  2. Give an example of one thing you learned about yourself at one of your jobs.

  3. Give an example of a task that you did NOT like at one of your jobs.

  Please describe a time when you were part of a large group. What role did you play in that group? What qualities did you have that made the group stronger and better? What was challenging about being a part of that group?

  If you could have your ideal short-term internship while in the EPI program, would it be related to your major or exploring something new? What would you like to do?

  If you can't have your ideal internship, what other things might you enjoy doing? For example, jobs related to art, sports, community work, education and children, music, the elderly, politics, animals, photography, disabled, outdoors, etc. Please tell me as much as you can about yourself.

  Have you ever not succeeded at something? Please tell a little about that situation, and how you felt. If you could go back in time and change something about that situation, what would you do differently?

  Have you ever had any international experience? Where did you go? For how long? What is one important thing you learned about yourself from your time abroad?

  If we asked your best friend to describe you in 3 words, what would he/she say?

  

  In

  In

ONE word, what is your purpose for joining EPI?

  I understand that this is an English immersion program, and I am going to challenge myself and my classmates to speak English at all times during this EPI program.

  

  Date:

Signed by:

  Asian Affairs Center / MITI University of Missouri - Columbia

  N49 Memorial Union ? Columbia, Missouri 65211 ? Phone (573) 882-6902 ? Fax (573) 884-2709 ? Email: KimSan@missouri.edu

  English & Professional Immersion Program - Summer 2012

  PARTICIPANTS: (# of participants) University Students Selected by (name of university) PERIOD: Tuesday, June 26, 2012 - Friday, August 3, 2012 (?Six Weeks)

  • PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS:

  1. Intensive English /American Acculturation Program

  o Six weeks of advanced intensive English training focusing on speaking (special focus on public speech / group facilitation), listening, and presentation o Language Partnership with American Collegiate Ambassadors o American Culture Seminars o Topics discussion sessions and other classes o Business Etiquette and Career Workshops

  1. Business and Cultural Field Trips

  o Sample Field Trips (not all will be included, and some depend on time of year)

  • St. Louis: St. Louis Gateway Arch, City Museum, Anheuser-Busch, St. Louis Zoo

  • Kansas City: Truman Presidential Museum & Library, Nelson-Atkins Art Museum, Major League baseball game, Historic Kansas City

  • Hannibal: Home of Mark Twain

  • Fulton: Winston Churchill Memorial Museum

  • Hermann: Historic German area wineries and vineyards

  • Jefferson City: State Capitol, Central Dairy

  • Volunteer at local sporting event or center

  • Amish Farm Visits

  1. American Work Experience at:

  o University of Missouri (MU) departments OR o State or local agencies, OR o Regional businesses

  • This work experience may or may NOT match students ’ majors.

  PROGRAM FEES: $3,800.00 per participant, including:

  o Intensive English / American Acculturation & Internship Programs o American Collegiate Ambassador Program o Cultural Seminars & Discussion Sessions o Course Materials

  o On-campus housing (shared with other EPI participants) o Instructional Site Visits / Field Trips and related costs o Transportation (including airport pick-up and drop-off)

  o Fees for access to all regular facilities of the University of Missouri-Columbia, such as computer labs, libraries, recreation center (gymnasium, Olympic-sized pool, basketball courts, ping-pong, indoor track, etc.), etc. o 10-15% of meals provided during field trips and sponsored events.

  ? TENTATIVE ITINERARY*:

  June 24th

  o Arrival and apartment check-in

  Week 1

  o Orientation and welcome events

  o University accounts set-up and acclimation to the University environment o American work experience orientation and assignments o Internship supervisor luncheon and meeting o (WF) Intensive English Program: 8:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m. o Business Practices orientation o Introduction to American collegiate ambassadors o Team Building activities

  Week 2

  o American workplace assignments (TTh all day) o (MWF) Intensive English Program: 8:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m. o Topics Seminars (WF afternoons)

  o American Collegiate Ambassador Program & Cultural Activities o Trip to St. Louis

  • Gateway Arch

  • Anheuser Busch Brewery -Botanical Garden

  Week 3

  o American workplace assignments (TTh all day) o (MWF) Intensive English Program: 8:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m. o Topics Seminars (WF afternoons)

  o American Collegiate Ambassador Program & Cultural Activities o Trip to Jefferson City and/or Fulton and/or MU sporting event

  • State Capitol

  • Churchill Library o Trip to Kansas City:

  • Plaza & Nelson Atkins museum

  • Truman Library

  -KC Royals baseball game

  

  Week 4

  o American workplace assignments (TTh all day) o (MWF) Intensive English Program: 8:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m. o Topics Seminars (WF afternoons)

  o American Collegiate Ambassador Program & Cultural Activities o Korean Culture Presentation at Boys and Girls Club

  o Instructional site visits / field trips: Trip to Hannibal, Home of Mark Twain OR Jefferson City (State Capital)

  Week 5

  o American workplace assignments (TTh all day) o (MWF) Intensive English Program: 8:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m. o Topics Seminars (WF afternoons)

  o American Collegiate Ambassador Program & Cultural Activities o Trip to the Lake of the Ozarks and/or overnight excursion

  Week 6

  o Final English classes and topics seminars

  o Final Presentations & Certificate Awards (everyone MUST be present) o Farewell banquet

  August 4th

  o Departure, apartment check-out

  ^Specific program schedule may be subject to change.

  

  PROGRAM CERTIFICATION:

  Certificates will be awarded to those participants that have successfully completed the program under the following guidelines:

  o Attend scheduled activities, classes, and internship days (excused absences are allowed under the discretion of the Asian Affairs Center). o Speak English during all program activities. o Complete class and internship assignments. o Give two presentations (including a final presentation). o Write a final report.

  Cancellation Policy:

  Selected students will be responsible for the following percentage of program fees:

  • $250 anytime after visa materials are submitted to the Asian Affairs Center PLUS

  • 10 percent if cancelled between 45 and 21 days prior to the beginning of the program;

  • 20 percent if cancelled between 20 and 14 days prior to the beginning of the program;

  • 30 percent if cancelled between 13 and 7 days prior to the beginning of the program; and

  • 40 percent if cancelled between 6 and 0 day(s) prior to the beginning of the program.

  Approved by

   *

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  Director

  

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  English & Professional Immersion Program (Winter 2011)

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