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The International Education Policy program is an intensive one-year program that prepares students for leadership positions advancing educational innovation and reform globally. Students hail from a variety of geographic, educational, and work backgrounds, yet all are individuals interested in educational policy leadership, innovation, reform, and entrepreneurship in developing countries, in the U.S., and other OECD countries.
Offered through UCLA's (University of California, Los Angeles) Department of Communication Studies, the Institute is a six-week, intensive program of study, providing international students a holistic learning experience in American-style English. Comprised of two courses, CS1A (Public Speaking for Nonnative Speakers) and CS1B (Learning American English and Culture from the Movies) the Institute is an immersion-style program, designed to enable nonnative speakers to communicate competently in both personal and professional situations. In short, students will learn to interact effectively and easily with Americans----in America, in their home country, in the world.
Beginning 2010, Eastern Illinois University will extend the equivalent of in-state tuition for freshman and transfer students (first-time undergraduate EIU students) who meet the distinguished student criteria which is a grade point average of 3.5 (on a 4.0 scale). Original transcripts will be evaluated by our staff member. No special application is necessary. Those qualified undergraduate students will automatically be granted the lower tuition rate.
The Chadron State College International Student Tuition Waiver is an undergraduate tuition (fees not included) award for degree-seeking international students attending classes on the CSC campus. The maximum award is equal to one-half of the Nebraska residential tuition for up to 16 credit hours per semester, with a total of 8 semesters. Recipients must attend consecutive semesters and maintain eligibility criteria for renewal.
- International Student Ambassador Scholarships are awarded to students with exceptional leadership qualities and a desire to positively represent both their home country and Iowa State University to prospective students.
- Current ISU International Student Ambassadors may be contacted here.
On May 13, 2010, TEDxDU gathered experts and inventors, scientists and philosophers, activists and entrepreneurs on the University of Denver campus to share their personal stories and the passion that drives their action.
TEDxDU was a celebration of DUing, with passion, laughter, emotion, ingenuity and ideas powerful enough to improve our lives and our world. True to the format of the TED conference, TEDxDU was a fast-paced afternoon of eclectic content - thought provoking talks, musical performances, and short films - designed to reconnect us to the power of ideas and optimism.
Northern Michigan University is now offering a two-year Master's of Business Administration Program for international graduate students. Northern's MBA program is a rigorous, structured and comprehensive program offered at a very affordable price, and it can be completed on a full-time or part-time basis, with courses being offered in the evening. NMU's College of Business is AACSB accredited and has faculty with expertise in a wide variety of business fields. Classroom instruction is supplemented by visiting business practitioners who provide valuable perspectives and important networking opportunities. Examples of class topics include: Ethics and the Legal Environment of Business; Quantitative Decision Making; Managerial Accounting and Marketing Strategy. Located on the beautiful shores of Lake Superior in Marquette, Michigan, NMU also offers every student a laptop computer.
Deadline for submission: June 30, 2010
The 2011 Ford Motor Company International Fellowship of the 92nd Street Y is now accepting applications from community leaders who are citizens and residents of Brazil, India, Indonesia, Israel, Turkey, Ukraine and Venezuela.
A successful applicant must demonstrate that he or she:
- is a community leader engaged in the nonprofit sector, either professionally or as a volunteer;
- is successfully addressing issues that affect the community's well-being; and
- would benefit from an intensive three-week nonprofit management training course in New York.
Previous Ford Fellows include:
- a South African AIDS educator;
- the president of a Jewish aid society facilitating Bosnia-Herzegovina's transition to democracy;
- a sustainable development expert from Zimbabwe;
- the founder of an Indian organization that educates women and children working in the silk industry; and
- an Indonesian advocate for ethnic minorities.
International students representing 40 countries are currently enrolled at Clarion University, and it is our hope that this representation would be significantly increased in the near future. The international family of students at Clarion experiences a serene and welcoming environment with one-on-one relationships with professors and staff.
Clarion offers fully accredited, high quality academic programs, both at the undergraduate and graduate levels, in Arts & Sciences, Business Administration, and Education & Human Services. Admission requirements include completed application and fee; satisfactory TOEFL/SAT results; official transcripts; and evidence of sufficient financial support. Additional graduate student requirements include official proof of undergraduate degree; satisfactory GRE/GMAT results; evaluation/recommendation forms; and specific departmental requirements.
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Prospective international students who are interested in attending East Tennessee State University during the fall 2010 term now have until June 24th to apply for the International Students Academic Merit Scholarship. The scholarship is open to new international students at the undergraduate and graduate levels and covers 50% of the total of in and out-of-state tuition. The reward can be used for up to eight semesters for undergraduate recipients, five semesters for recipients seeking a master's degree, and eight semesters for doctoral students. Reward lengths for master's and doctoral students are commensurate with the length of the recipient's graduate program. The current value of these scholarships is approximately $8,800 per year for undergraduates and approximately $8,100 per year for graduate students.
Students can apply for the International Students Academic Merit Scholarship at www.etsu.edu/iss. Applicants must be admitted to the university before scholarship applications can be reviewed. To apply to ETSU, go to www.etsu.edu/etsu/apply.asp.
The Network Scholarship Programs department of the Open Society Institute is pleased to offer supplementary grants to students from select countries of Eastern and Central Europe, the former Soviet Union, and Mongolia. The purpose of the program is to enable qualified students to pursue doctoral studies in the Humanities and Social Sciences at accredited universities in Asia, Australia, Europe, the Middle/Near East, and North America.
Application deadline: June 25, 2010
The University of Dayton's Intensive English Program offers a three-week summer intersession term for English learners who are interested in studying at a U.S. institution, July 8-30, 2010.
Application Deadline: July 1, 2010
The Master of Science in International Sustainable Tourism is the first joint degree program at UNT. The degree is in partnership with CATIE (Tropical Agricultural Research and Higher Education Center) and will educate graduate students for management and leadership in the international sustainable tourism industry. Students receive one degree with both institutions' credentials, thus allowing the evaluation of sustainable tourism through each institution's strengths of scientific, policy, and operational perspectives of hospitality management.
Spend your summer in California
Summer Session at UC Irvine provides international students the opportunity to learn from distinguished faculty, study with UCI undergraduate students, and select from over 800 courses in areas such as literature, art history, engineering, physical sciences, economics, and business. Not only can students earn transfer credits, but also study in one of the nation's top universities located in beautiful Orange County in Southern California.
Students may choose from two 5-week sessions: June 21st - July 28th and August 2nd - September 8th.
The University of Akron College of Business Administration offers numerous scholarships for undergraduate and graduate students, including full tuition scholarships. A high percentage of Fulbright applicants are admitted and receive these scholarships, valued up to $40,000/year. The GMAT may be deferred for Fulbright scholars. Students may be admitted on the condition that they take the exam within their first semester of study.
Ten-month, non-degree program for mid-career professionals who have a completed professional degree and at least five years of substantial and progressive professional experience in the corresponding field. Candidates should have demonstrated leadership abilities, dedication to public service, self-guidance and professional potential. The program is designed for policy-makers, planners, administrators and managers, and it is expected that candidates will be focused on policy issues rather than research. English proficiency is required.