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JeloyFolkSchool

A year in Norway?

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Do you want to take some time to travel, learn a new skill or make new friends from other cultures? Maybe you could attend a Folk High School in Norway!

There are a limited number of grants available for (active) Salvationist young adults aged 18-25 to attend the Salvation Army run “Folk High School” in Jeløy. These grants would cover roughly HALF your expenses for the year!

A Folk High School is a residential school where you primarily learn by doing. Each year these schools are attended by over 7000 young people between the ages of 18-25. While most students are Norwegian, the remainder come from different countries around the world.

There are some great study options available, including water sports, music, graphic design and backpacking around Europe!

For more info, you can check out their website:

jeloy.fhs.no

DATE: Nine months, beginning August 23, 2015
LOCATION: Jeløy, Norway
COST: roughly $16,000 ($8000 with grant)
OPEN TO: 18-25
MORE INFO: Major Wenche Walderhaug Midjord
DOWNLOADS: Info Pack
DEADLINE: June 1, 2015

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