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Alumni of exchange programs are invited to submit their stories regarding their exchange experience on the social networking site of the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs.

 

If your story is chosen to be published, you will receive an ExchangesConnect T-shirt and will have a chance to win a Flip Video Camcorder.

 

For contest rules, and to submit your story, visit: http://connect.state.gov/

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Ana Angelovska, a senior from NOVA high school in Macedonia, received a full scholarship at Harvard and shared her success story with high school students at the American Corner Skopje on April 29th, 2010.

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Beginning July 2010, we offer an intensive online professional development program designed to help prepare international citizens for the official TOEFL examination.

 

Do you have a computer? If so, register for these lessons online (cost is $350 US) and use your own personal computer to complete the program of study. All materials are provided. Application for admission to ETSU is NOT required. The course of study is 5 weeks only. The first session will be held July 6-August 17, 2010. You must register no later than July 2, 2010.

Lessons are structured over five weeks and give you direct, real-time access to the professor at pre-arranged times. This program will prepare English learners for the iBT TOEFL, including instruction in vocabulary, grammar, pronunciation, and the skills required for the reading, writing, listening, and speaking sections of the iBT TOEFL.

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Application Deadline for the Fall Semester: July 1, 2010

 

Diablo Valley College is one of three publicly supported two-year community colleges in the Contra Costa Community College District. The main campus is located off Interstate 680 in Pleasant Hill, California and twenty miles east of UC Berkeley. A new San Ramon Valley Center in Dougherty Valley opened its doors to students in November of 2006.

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The Center awards approximately 20-25 residential fellowships annually to individuals with outstanding project proposals in a broad range of the social sciences and humanities on national and/or international issues. Topics and scholarship should relate to key public policy challenges or provide the historical and/or cultural framework to illuminate policy issues of contemporary importance.

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EducationUSA hosted a webchat on LL.M. Programs in the U.S on May 20, 2010.

Rosie Edmond, Assistant Director of Admissions for the International Legal Studies Program (ILSP) at American University Washington College of Law answered questions regarding application procedures, scholarships, the bar exam and careers in law.

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Are you a high-achieving student who is tired of filling out scholarship applications?

 

At the University of Minnesota, all incoming international freshmen and transfer students are automatically eligible to receive one of the limited number of Global Excellence Scholarships.  You do not need to fill out a separate application to be considered for the scholarships, which are awarded in the amount of $4,000 or $2,000 for up to four years.

Furthermore, it is quite an honor to receive these competitive, merit-based scholarships, since students are considered for these awards based on an overall assessment of their admission application. For more information on becoming one of the 4,000 world-class international students and scholars at the University of Minnesota, please visit www.passport.umn.edu/.

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"Women2Women - America" will take place from August 3 - August 10, 2010 in Boston, Massachusetts, USA. The goal of Women2Women is to provide young women students from around the world with the opportunity to learn, network, and acquire the leadership and professional development skills needed to succeed. When women and girls have the opportunity to participate fully in every aspect of society, communities and countries are changed for the better.

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The Chicago School of Professional Psychology is currently accepting applications for a week-long student exchange program hosted at our Chicago campus this July 12-17, 2010.  Participants will:

  • Get a thorough overview of seven areas of psychology from the school's expert, practitioner faculty.
  • Observe faculty and students in action through real-world settings.
  • Network with current students and Chicago School faculty.
•       Learn by "doing" through participation in classroom activities and community outreach efforts.
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CCI's Career Advancement Program (CAP) offers international university students, recent graduates and young professionals the opportunity to become an Intern or Trainee in a U.S. host business. These structured and guided work-based learning programs are in the relevant academic or occupational field and are, predominantly paid positions.  CCI is designated to offer the program in the following fields:

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The University of Miami offers an Intensive English Program at IMG Academies!  You can improve your English at a top-50 U.S. university and train in your sport at a world class sports institute at the same time!  Set over 400 pristine acres in Bradenton, Florida, IMG Academies features tennis, golf, soccer, basketball, baseball and other sports programs throughout the year.
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As Monroe College celebrates our 76th anniversary, we reflect on the fact that we are a family of more than 7,500 students, 440 faculty, 450 staff and thousands of alumni who are in business, government and a host of other endeavors across the nation and around the world. Monroe is a vibrant, exciting, and popular contemporary college that offers Associate, Bachelors, and Master's degree programs. In addition to the students enrolled at Monroe's campuses in New York City, Westchester county of New York State, and the country of St. Lucia, hundreds take classes through the online learning format. Today, about 20% of our student population is international, and they come from all continents of the world. They have come not only to study, but to participate in the total college experience.
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Students may still apply with Johnson & Wales University for our terms starting in September and December 2010, as well as March 2011!

 

Besides being a leader in culinary arts (top 2) and hospitality (top 5), most students study in business majors such as accounting, equine business management, fashion merchandising & retail marketing, etc. We also offer technology related majors such as computer sciences and engineering. A full listing of all majors offered at our four campuses in Providence, Rhode Island; North Miami, Florida; Denver, Colorado and Charlotte, North Carolina is available online: http://www.jwu.edu/content.aspx?id=924

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Applications are being accepted for the Mellon Post-Doctoral Fellowship at Kenyon College. Intended to complement the

College's Yarbrough Dissertation Fellowship program the post-doctoral program creates a one-year teaching fellowship in the humanities or humanistic social sciences for holders of PhD's who come from under-represented and disadvantaged backgrounds. The program seeks to attract recent recipients of doctoral degrees whose research focus is in international fields of study, including comparative or cross-cultural scholarship.
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The University of Nebraska at Omaha demonstrates its commitment to international education by awarding scholarships to academically talented students from around the world.  Scholarships for new international students at the undergraduate and graduate level range from $2,500-$7,700. Departmental scholarships and graduate assistantships are also available.

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