U.S. study abroad study abroad programs for students to start this fall

U.N. student study abroad centers have been approved for the first time for some U.M. students.

The National Institute of International Education said Thursday it had approved three centers for students from U.K., France, Germany and Italy to begin studying in 2019.

The centers are based in the U.k., which will house about 50 students, and in France, where it will house around 50 students.

They are part of the U,M.

International Education Exchange Program.

The U.A.E. will serve students in the Netherlands, Germany, Italy, Switzerland, Belgium and Denmark.

The center in Germany will serve about 60 students.

The centers will open in October 2019.