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11/17/2015

ESU Argentina
THE ENGLISH-SPEAKING UNION ARGENTINA

SECONDARY SCHOOL EXCHANGE . SSE

Results of the Selection of Candidates for the
Secondary School Exchange Programme
January-June 2016 in USA




On the 14th October 2015 the Interviewing Board of ESU Argentina met at the offices of UCA University Argentina to select one candidate to study in USA from January to June 2016, on the scholarship that the USA Branch offers students of our member schools every year.
Several pre-selected candidates were interviewed, all highly recommended by their School Heads. After careful consideration we chose in the first place: As it happens every year, we had the pleasure to meet the best representatives from our member schools, students with excellent scholastic level and outstanding personal qualities. Our task was extremely difficult, for in such instances it is very hard to take a final decision to fill the single place that is being given to Argentina.
We were agreeably impressed at all the candidates' fluency, command of the language, clear views and personal qualities evinced during the interviews. We are certain that these qualities will make them succeed in whatever path they choose to take in their life.

THE WINNER WAS
DELFINA ESPONDA BENEDETTO
FROM ST. MATTHEW'S COLLEGE NORTH


We want to congratulate their parents, their teachers and their schools for having helped shape these very special people who will doubtlessly leave their mark in the future of our country

ESU Argentina Executive Committee


09/01/2015
SECONDARY SCHOOL EXCHANGE 2015

ESU Argentina
The English Speaking Union - Argentina



Dear Head of member schools,

As in previous years, ESU Argentina has been offered a Secondary School Exchange Scholarship in the USA. The programme implies living in the USA, either on campus or with an American family, for six months as from January 2016, while attending the sixth form at an excellent American school and graduating from that school in June. We are looking for an Argentine born boy or girl who graduates from one of our member schools in December 2015, with excellent interpersonal qualities and sound academic skills, and an adequate profile to represent our country.
The scholarship will cover the student's living expenses whilst in the USA, room, boarding, tuition and fees.
Kindly inform parents of students interested in this invitation about the particulars of this scholarship which we explain in the attached sheet in Spanish and which we ask you to hand them. We are convinced that this is a very interesting experience for our graduates from High School, as evinced in the reports of previous scholars. As you must know, many of our member schools have had students profiting from this opportunity in USA, and every year we are receiving students from USA on the reciprocity program. We advise you to look for more information in our web page, www.esu.org.ar, under "students scholarships".
Candidates interested in this scholarship should send their CV, application form, a brief letter explaining their reasons for applying, parents authorization and a letter from the School Head to Sofia Rodman, ESU Argentina Secretary, at englishspeakingunionargentina@gmail.com. All this material must reach us October 7th. Selected candidates will be called for an interview on the Second week of October.

Yours sincerely,
Sofia Rodman
ESU Argentina Secretary

Autorización Padres SSE 2015.doc
Carta explicacion padres SSE 2015.doc
letter to schools SSE.docx
SSE_Application Form 2015.doc


01/13/2015
ESU Argentina

THE ENGLISH-SPEAKING UNION ARGENTINA

Results of the Selection of Candidates for the SSE,  Secondary School Exchange Programme January-June 2015 in USA

Winner Valentina Dallasta
St.Hilda’s College
From ESU USA TO ESU ARGENTINA

Dear Susana,
I am very pleased to inform you Valentina Dallasta has been awarded an ESU SSE Scholarship to The Hutchison School, January - May 2015.Hutchison's Head of School, Annette Smith serves on the ESU SSE Committee.It is a great honor to be accepted at her school, a beautiful 52-acre campus in East Memphis, Tennessee. An all girl, day school, Hutchison has state of the art facilities in a college-like setting.

Please extend our congratulations to Valentina. Following is the school information:

The Hutchison School
www.hutchisonschool.org


Dear Ms. Rodman and Ms. Cravino,

I hope you are both well. This is a brief summary of the first few days of my trip.
My Mom and I arrived in Memphis on the 1st of January; we were welcomed by freezing weather and a lot of rain. Quite a difference from the blazing summer we'd been experiencing in Buenos Aires!
On the following day both of us were invited over for lunch at a quaint restaurant close to Hutchison where we met my first host family - the Sentilles -, my school counselor - Ms. Nair -, and a fellow Argentinian - Ms. Lejwa -, who is the head of Hutchison's Spanish department. They were all so incredibly nice and kind! Over lunch, we discussed several school and housing arrangements and we also had a great time exchanging experiences from both countries. I had brought them dulce de leche, alfajores and bocaditos Bonafide, which they loved!
My Mom and I spent the next few days before the first day of school touring the city with the Sentilles and getting to meet some of my new classmates. They even took us to a basketball game at the FedEx Forum between the Memphis Tigers and a team from Tulane. We also spent an entire afternoon visiting the Civil Rights Museum, built on the site where Dr. Martin Luther King jr. was assassinated. The heartbreaking struggle of the African Americans to achieve equal rights and fair treatment, and the empowering actions of this world leader are vividly and very interestingly depicted.
And since something always must go wrong, on Sunday I unexpectedly woke up violently sick in the middle of the night. I was unable to hold anything down, so my Mom had to take me to the hospital. I was admitted, and after several tests, I was diagnosed with a stomach virus. They rehidrated me and finally sent me back to the hotel to finish my recovery.
It was certainly not how I had expected to start my adventure, but everything is part of the educational experience. I am so glad my mother was there for that, and I also must say that Ms. Sentilles was beside me at all times, for which I can't thank her enough.
So classes finally started for me on Wednesday, Jan. 7. I got a really warm welcome from both teachers and classmates alike. Before my first class, I was given a tour of the entire school, which is downright and unbeliavably spectacular. Then Ms. Nair helped me with my schedule and sorted out everything that I needed to get settled.
After just one day there, I could tell what a great school Hutchison is: the classes are very interesting and all the students are expected to participate in them. There is a constant interaction with teachers and counselors, not only during classes but also throughout the day. Back in Argentina I used to have around seven subjects per day, while at Hutchison I have just two or three. The remaining hours are occupied by "Study Halls", where students have the opportunity to either take part in a club (I am already a member of the Global Ambassadors group) or study for tests and do homework. That is so different from my previous experience!
All of the girls are very nice to me. They immediately made me feel part of the group and included me in all of their conversations and activities. During my first week, I have already attended three basketball games, explored two museums, tried a variety of local dishes, and visited the houses of many of my new friends. I am looking forward to experiencing so much more in this wonderful city and with such an extraordinary group of people, the Hutchison community. I'll keep you posted!
Regards,
Valentina


09/05/2013



SECONDARY SCHOOL EXCHANGE SCHOLARSHIP IN USA

Dear Member of the ESU,

As in previous years, ESU Argentina has been offered a Secondary School Exchange Scholarship in the USA. The programme implies living in the USA, either on campus or with an American family, for six months as from January 2014, while attending the last year at an excellent American school and graduating from that school in June.

We are looking for an Argentine born boy or girl who graduates from one of our member schools in December 2013, with excellent interpersonal qualities and sound academic skills, and an adequate profile to represent our country.

The scholarship will cover the student's living expenses whilst in the USA, room, boarding, tuition and fees.

We are convinced that this is a very interesting experience for our graduates from High School, as evinced in the reports of previous scholars. Already, many of our member schools have had students profiting from this opportunity in USA, and every year we are receiving students from USA on the reciprocity program.

Candidates interested in this scholarship should send their CV, application form, a brief letter explaining their reasons for applying, parents' authorization and a letter from the School Head to Susana Berdeal de Cravino, ESU Argentina Board Member, at scravino@yahoo.com. All Heads will be receiving the material to be completed, which must reach us before September 24 on the first week of October. th . Selected candidates will be called for an interview

We are looking forward to meeting applicants interested in this programme.
Yours sincerely,

Susana Berdeal de Cravino
ESU Argentina
The Executive Committee

 


10/10/2012


Results of the Selection of Candidates for the Secondary School Exchange Programme January-June 2013 in USA

On the 3rd October the Interviewing Board of ESU Argentina met at the offices of Cambridge ESOL Argentina to select one candidate to study in USA from January to June 2013, on the scholarship that the USA Branch offers students of all our member schools every year.
Several pre-selected candidates were interviewed, all highly recommended by their School Heads. After careful consideration we chose in the first place Marianela Paz de Oro from Del Viso Day School. Runner-up was Teófilo Saraví Tiscornia from Colegio San Antonio.

Susana Berdeal de Cravino
ESU Argentina Executive Committee

Date: Sun, 3 Mar 2013 13:41:00 -0300

Dear Susana, I am sending you my first report. So far things are going really good. I am attaching some pictures.
1. In the right, the daughter of the family, Liz, me next to her and her friends, at her 18th birthday celebration
2. The Lincoln Memorial
3. Liz and I in the Capitol
4. Berlin wall in the Newseum
5. Liz, her brother, Gordon and I at the beach in Wilmington

Sincerely yours,
Marianela


07/18/2012


Martin Racimo/Report

Program As a previous prize winner of the ESU's International Public Speaking Competition, we have invited Martin Racimo-ESU Argentina Scholar IPSC-from the 2008 competition to participate in a 'winner of winners' IPSC to celebrate the Queen's Diamond Jubilee 24-25 May 2011. We are inviting a prize winner from each of the six continents to come to London to compete for the title of IPSC Diamond Winner of Winners. The cost of his flight and two nights' accommodation will be covered by the ESU London-HSBC Int
.

This year, just like 4 years ago, the English Speaking Union allowed me not only to visit the beautiful city London, but also get to interact with people from all over the world. I had been invited to the Winner of Winners Competition, a one-time public speaking competition to be held in commemoration of the Queen's Diamond Jubilee.Program


Program As soon as I got off the plane, I was already excited about London. Chelsea was playing the Champions League final and, although it was scheduled to be played in Munich, I couldn´t wait to see what it was like to watch a football match in a London pub. Thanks to Chelsea's striker Didier Drogba, my English football experience didn't finish there. Chelsea won, and a huge parade took place the following day. West London was packed with Chelsea fans (and an Argentine intruder), cheering and saluting their heroes, who achieved, for the first time in the Club's history, the most important European championship.



Program All these celebrations were just an unexpected component of my otherwise carefully planned city tour. London was prettier than ever before. The streets were covered with British flags, in preparation for two major events in the city's history: the Queen's Diamond Jubilee and the Olympic Games. Tower of London, Westminster Abbey, Piccadilly Circus, the Houses of Parliament and Tower Bridge were just some of the popular London attractions that couldn't be left out of my trip.

Program As the competition approached, my nerves started to get the better of me. Fortunately, Margarita Broqua, who was my coach for the competition, was there to calm me down and help me practice my speech over and over again.

So, May 25th finally came and I got to know the other competitors: students from Sri Lanka, Australia, Romania, Ghana and the USA; one IPSC prize winner from every continent. The competition took place in Dartmouth House. During the morning we were asked to participate in Public Speaking workshops for young school kids. The actual competition followed later. From Shakespeare's legacy to professional wrestling rules, different ideas were discussed during this competition, in which Sri Lanka's representative, Nilakshi Parndigamage, with her speech entitled 'Three Stories', emerged as the very well deserved winner. Unfortunately, I had only one day to interact with all these young people, but I plan to stay in contact with them via Facebook.

Program SO, after one last short cruise on the Thames and some last minute souvenir purchases in Camden Town with Margarita, the time to get back home came. Once again I had a strange feeling in me. A feeling I had also felt 4 years ago. A feeling both sour and sweet: I was leaving one of the most exciting and diverse cities in the world, but I was happy for having participated in an incomparably rich and fantastic experience, made possible by the ESU. Thank you!


04/01/2012


WALTER HINES PAGE PROGRAMME
Cecilia Furze
Colegio “San Antonio” – Areco
Coordinator Ms.Litty Mora

This last February I was able to visit different educational establishments in the USA thanks to the Walter Hines Page Scholarship Program. It was such a wonderful experience!!During my trip I visited schools in Naples, Florida- San Diego, California- St Louis, Missouri and Atlanta, Georgia. Everywhere I was welcomed by lovely people who went out of their way to make me feel at home and help me grow both as a person and as a teacher! I am so thankful to so many people that have made this dream come true; I am especially grateful to the ESU Argentina branch, to Alice Uhl for organizing my itinerary, to all the ESU US branches that kindly welcomed me and to Colegio San Antonio- all of which contributed to make this great learning experience possible. 


05/05/2012


SECONDARY SCHOOL EXCHANGE-EEUU

Lola Roig Vibart
St. Alban’s College

http://www.esu.org.ar/images/colegios/albans.jpg

ESU Ex C Coordinator Mrs Susana Cravino 

March 2012

Dear members of the ESU,

I do not know how to thank you for giving me the opportunity to enjoy this experience. I have already been at Virginia Episcopal School for three wonderful months and I find myself under a contradiction. I feel as if I was still beginning this journey because time has goes by so fast when one is having fun but also it is as if I had been here for longer. The way everybody was so nice to me since the very first day and the friends I made during this short period of time made me soon feel comfortable and at home, I got so used to being here so fast that I feel I have been here longer. 


09/02/2012


SECONDARY SCHOOL EXCHANGE SCHOLARSHIP IN USA

Dear Member of the ESU,

As in previous years, ESU Argentina has been offered a Secondary School Exchange Scholarship in the USA. The programme implies living in the USA, either on campus or with an American family, for six months as from January 2013, while attending the sixth form at an excellent American school and graduating from that school in June.

We are looking for an Argentine born boy or girl who graduates from one of our member schools in December 2012, with excellent interpersonal qualities and sound academic skills, and an adequate profile to represent our country.

The scholarship will cover the student’s living expenses whilst in the USA, room, boarding, tuition and fees.

We are convinced that this is a very interesting experience for our graduates from High School, as evinced in the reports of previous scholars. Already, many of our member schools have had students profiting from this opportunity in USA, and every year we are receiving students from USA on the reciprocity program.

Candidates interested in this scholarship should send their CV, application form, a brief letter explaining their reasons for applying, parents’authorization and a letter from the School Head to Susana Berdeal de Cravino, ESU Argentina Board Member, at scravino@yahoo.com. All Heads will be receiving the material to be completed, which must reach us before September 24th. Selected candidates will be called for an interview on the first week of October.

We are looking forward to meeting applicants interested in this programme.

Yours sincerely,

Susana Berdeal de Cravino
ESU Argentina
The Executive Committee

11/27/2011
ESU Argentina

Results of the Selection of Candidates for the Secondary School Exchange Programme January-June 2012 in USA



On the 5th October the Interviewing Board of ESU Argentina met at the offices of Cambridge ESOL Argentina to select one candidate to study in USA from January to June 2012, on the scholarship that the USA Branch offers students of all our member schools every year.

Several pre-selected candidates were interviewed, all highly recommended by their School Heads. After careful consideration we chose in the first place Lola Penélope Roig Vibart from Saint Alban's College. Runner-up was Mercedes Troisi Allende from Saint Brendan's College.

As it happens every year, we had the pleasure to meet the best representatives from our member schools, students with excellent scholastic level and outstanding personal qualities. Our task was extremely difficult, for in such instances it is very hard to take a final decision to fill the single place that is being given to Argentina.

We were agreeably impressed at all the candidates' fluency, command of the language, clear views and personal qualities evinced during the interviews. We are certain that these qualities will make them succeed in whatever path they choose to take in their life.

We want to congratulate their parents, their teachers and their schools for having helped shape these very special people who will doubtlessly leave their mark in the future of our country.

Susana Berdeal de Cravino
ESU Argentina
Executive Committee


10/19/2011
ESU Argentina

SECONDARY SCHOOL EXCHANGE PROGRAMME
AUGUST – NOVEMBER 2011 IN ARGENTINA

Danielle Shulkin from USA – COLEGIO "SAN ANTONIO" - ARECO
COORDINATOR MRS SUSANA CRAVINO – ESU EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE


Last August we received Danielle Shulkin from USA on the SSE Reciprocity program. She stayed with us for two months during which we had the chance of getting to know a wonderful young lady!
Danielle is well mannered and very independent. Though she tended to stay fairly quiet in class, she was always well prepared to work and tried hard to comply with tasks both in Spanish and in English.
She travelled to Bariloche with our Year 12 group on their Graduation trip. This was a wonderful opportunity not only to get to know one of the most beautiful places in our country but also to share experiences with boys and girls her same age and get to know each other in a more informal context.
We hope she has enjoyed her brief stay in San Antonio de Areco as much as we have cherished her visit to Colegio San Antonio.

Cecilia Furze de Garrett
Head of English Studies
Colegio San Antonio


09/09/2011
ESU Argentina

The English-Speaking Union Argentina

Dear Member of the ESU,

As in previous years, ESU Argentina has been offered a Secondary School Exchange Scholarship in the USA. The programme implies living in the USA, either on campus or with an American family, for six months as from January 2012, while attending the sixth form at an excellent American school and graduating from that school in June.

We are looking for an Argentine born boy or girl who graduates from one of our member schools in December 2011, with excellent interpersonal qualities and sound academic skills, and an adequate profile to represent our country.

The scholarship will cover the student’s living expenses whilst in the USA, room, boarding, tuition and fees.

We are convinced that this is a very interesting experience for our graduates from High School, as evinced in the reports of previous scholars. Already, many of our member schools have had students profiting from this opportunity in USA, and every year we are receiving students from USA on the reciprocity program.

Candidates interested in this scholarship should send their CV, application form, a brief letter explaining their reasons for applying, parents’authorization and a letter from the School Head to Susana Berdeal de Cravino, ESU Argentina Board Member, Sanchez de Bustamante 1969, 6º B, Buenos Aires 1425. The material must reach us before September 25th; and selected candidates will be called for an interview on the first week of October.

Yours sincerely,


Susana Berdeal de Cravino
ESU Argentina
The Executive Committee

Argentina_SSE_Application.doc

 



05/25/2011
ESU Argentina

SECONDARY SCHOOL EXCHANGE PROGRAMME
JANUARY-JUNE 2011 IN USA

GONZALO BENEGAS – COLEGIO SAN ANTONIO - ARECO
COORDINATOR MRS SUSANA CRAVINO – ESU EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE


Dear members of the ESU,

Standing at the end of my journey, I would like to thank you. Coming here was unexpected and magical, but I realize that behind lies the committed effort of the English-Speaking Union. These four months at The Governor's Academy have passed really fast; I saw new things every day.
I have fallen upon a very special place: a traditional New England preparatory school, founded in 1763. Everything here has a long history, including the monumental forests and the first pilgrims' houses. I arrived and I found everything alive. Despite the record-breaking snow, the campus was swarming with new faces, going from class to dinner to practice.

I have taken courses in English, Mathematics, Physics, Art History and Macroeconomics. An important load of homework was balanced with open discussions in class. In economics I was able to bring forth a lot of case studies from Argentina, while I was intrigued by the stories from our teacher, who had actually worked in Wall Street. Paradoxically, our English teacher, much like Mr. Keating in “Dead Poets Society”, was trying to turn us away from materialistic careers. The English class focused on Love. We read Romeo and Juliet but we also delved into our childhood memories.

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ESU Argentina

Results of the Selection of Candidates for the Secondary School Exchange Programme January-June 2011 in USA

On the 7th of October the Interviewing Board of ESU Argentina met to select one candidate to study in USA from January to June 2011, on the scholarship that the USA Branch offers students of all our member schools every year.

Several pre-selected candidates were interviewed, all highly recommended by their School Heads. After careful consideration we chose in the first place Gonzalo Segundo Benegas from Colegio San Antonio. Runner-up was María Victoria Gettas from Colegio Jesús María de Buenos Aires. And María Craviotto, from St George’s College North, came out third.

As it happens every year, we had the pleasure to meet the best representatives from our member schools, students with excellent scholastic level and outstanding personal qualities. Our task was extremely difficult, for in such instances it is very hard to make a final decision to fill the single place that is being allotted. We were agreeably impressed at all the candidates’ fluency, command of the language, clear views and personal qualities evinced during the interviews. We are certain that these qualities will make them succeed in whatever path they choose to take in their life.

We want to congratulate their parents, their teachers and their schools for having helped shape these very special people who will doubtlessly leave their mark in the future of our country.

Susana Berdeal de Cravino
ESU Argentina
Executive Committee

 


The Secondary School Exchange Program brings another USA scholar to Argentina


As you must all know, last year we started receiving students from USA on our SSE Reciprocity Program. Clara Mc Neil came to Northlands College for two months and then travelled to Mar del Plata to attend Holy Trinity School for another two months.
This year we will be hosting Matthew Coz from Avon Old Farms School, Connecticut, USA. He will come to study at St George’s College, Quilmes, from August 2nd to September 16th. Then he will go to Escuela Argentina Modelo from September 17th to November 20th.
Matthew is eager to make the most of this opportunity to meet new people of his age and exchange experiences. He is an excellent student, President of the Student Council, and fully committed to his scholastic responsibilities. He is also very keen on sports and truly devoted to social work.
Let us get ready to welcome Matthew and, later on, all the others that will keep on coming to our country to learn about us and continue strengthening bonds among ESU members in the world.

Matt Coz pdf

Matt - cv.pdf

ESU Argentina

Secondary School Exchange Programme January-June 2010 in USA
The Governor's Academy EEUU

On the 7th of October the interviewing Board of ESU Argentina met at the offices of Cambridge ESOL Argentina to select one candidate to study in USA from January to June 2010, on the scholarship that the USA Branch offers students of our member schools every year.
Several pre-selected candidates were interviewed, all highly recommended by their School Heads. After careful consideration we chose in the first place Agustín Suárez Ortega from Del Viso Day.
Agustin Suarez Ortega  Report


10/16/2009

ESU Argentina

Results of the Selection of Candidates for the
Secondary School Exchange Programme January-June 2010 in USA

On the 7th of October the interviewing Board of ESU Argentina met at the offices of Cambridge ESOL Argentina to select one candidate to study in USA from January to June 2010, on the scholarship that the USA Branch offers students of our member schools every year.

Several pre-selected candidates were interviewed, all highly recommended by their School Heads. After careful consideration we chose in the first place Agustín Suárez Ortega from Del Viso Day School, over eight other applicants. Runner-up was María Julieta Crouzel from Colegio Jesús María de Buenos Aires.

Also, we met María Florencia Montesinos, Luciano Manuel Mónaco and María Victoria Catta from Escuela Argentina Modelo, Ana Paola Keller Sarmiento from St Andrew’s Scots School, Mariana Welsh Miguens from Colegio Jesús María de Buenos Aires, Francisco Accornero from Del Viso Day School and Jacques Marfort from Colegio Champagnat.

We were agreeably impressed at all the candidates’ fluency, command of the language, clear views and personal qualities evinced during the interviews. We are certain that these qualities will make them succeed in whatever path they choose to take in their life.
We want to congratulate their parents, their teachers and their schools for having helped shape these very special people who will doubtlessly leave their mark in the future of our country.

Susana Berdeal de Cravino
ESU Argentina

Executive Committee

08/25/2009

ESU Argentina


SECONDARY SCHOOL EXCHANGE SCHOLARSHIP IN THE USA


Dear Member of the ESU,

As in previous years, ESU Argentina has been offered a Secondary School Exchange Scholarship in the USA. The programme implies living in the USA, either on campus or with an American family, for six months as from January 2010, while attending the sixth form at an excellent American school and graduating from that school in June.

We are looking for an Argentine born boy or girl who graduates from one of our member schools in December 2009, with excellent interpersonal qualities and sound academic skills, and an adequate profile to represent our country.

The scholarship will cover the student’s living expenses whilst in the USA, room, boarding, tuition and fees.

We are convinced that this is a very interesting experience for our graduates from High School, as evinced in the reports of previous scholars. Already, many of our member schools have had students profiting from this opportunity, and last year we began with the reciprocity program in our country.

Candidates interested in this scholarship should send their CV, application form, a brief letter explaining their reasons for applying, and a letter from the School Head to Susana Berdeal de Cravino, ESU Argentina Board Member, Sanchez de Bustamante 1969, 6º B,
Buenos Aires 1425. The material must reach us before September 25th; and selected candidates will be called for an interview on the first week of October.

Yours sincerely,

Susana Berdeal de Cravino
ESU Argentina
The Executive Committee

SSE Application.doc
SEE letter schools 09/10.doc



STUDENT'S REPORTS
Alfredo Tovo
- Secondary School Exchange Report 2009
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Camila Crescimbeni
- Secondary School Exchange Report 2008
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Carolina Degiorgis
- Secondary School Exchange Report
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Inés Fila
- Secondary School Exchange Report 2007
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Mariana Kayat
- Secondary School Exchange Report 2006
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Ana F. Adelardi
- Secondary School Exchange Report 2005
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María de los Angeles Spinassi Alvarez
- Secondary School Exchange Report 2004
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