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The Global Business Communication (GBC) program provides English language training and professional development to international executives and managers who have an intermediate or higher level of English. The GBC program is designed for active professionals with work experience who seek to enhance their business English proficiency and business communication skills and to expand their cross-cultural business awareness for work in the international arena.
Whether your goal is to attend an American university or achieve professional success in the United States, our intensive programs are designed to dramatically increase your proficiency with written and spoken English. The American Language Program offers a unique educational and cultural experience. Columbia offers all of these features:
· An Ivy League university experience
· A world-class faculty
· A historic campus in Manhattan
· A serious academic program at the forefront of English language education
In a demonstration of their commitment to the internationalization of its campus, Eastern Illinois University has a new tuition rate available to qualified international students. Beginning this fall, EIU will extend the equivalent of in-state tuition for freshman and transfer students (first-time undergrad EIU students) who meet the distinguished student criteria of a grade point average of 3.5 (on a 4.0 scale) according to World Education Services (WES) standards.
Students seeking their first professional degree in architecture from an NAAB accredited school within the State of New York can be nominated by the Dean or Chair of the architectural school or accredited design program based on their high level of academic performance and evidence of financial need. Financial need of the student shall be determined by the guidelines of the Financial Aid Officer of the school nominating the candidate. International students are eligible. A graduate student is eligible if his or her undergraduate degree is in a field other than architecture.
The sensor computing and security group in Department of Computer Science, Missouri University of Science and Technology is looking to hire several Ph.D. students for Fall 2010.
The NHCC Paul and Sheila Wellstone Memorial Scholarships are available for international students (F-1 Visa) at North Hennepin Community College in Minneapolis, Minnesota. These scholarships cover approximately 25% of the total tuition fees for one year of full-time study. Learn more about NHCC at http://www.nhcc.edu/
TS College Tours is the only college tour program exclusively focused on the backgrounds and needs of international school students.
With each tour comprised entirely of international students (and Americans studying abroad), students spend their time with others who share similar backgrounds, experiences and interests.
English Immersion Program
The State University of New York at Jamestown Community College is offering a great opportunity for international students to study American culture and improve English skills. A 3-week English Immersion Program will be offered this summer from July 26th through August 13th, 2010 on JCC's picturesque campus in Jamestown NY, 80 miles south of the city of Buffalo. Visiting Western New York tourist attractions, including Niagara Falls, Chautauqua Institute, museums, and art galleries will make these three weeks unforgettable!
IUPUI is pleased to announce a new Bachelor of Arts in Philanthropic Studies beginning Fall 2010. Philanthropy and the nonprofit sector are becoming increasingly complex, and those who plan to work in this arena should seek a sophisticated education in the field. This new program is designed to equip students with the knowledge and hands-on
experience needed to succeed in entry-level positions in philanthropy and the nonprofit sector. It will help them prepare for careers in fields as diverse as foundations, healthcare, human services, community development, education, the arts and the environment.
University of Wisconsin-Superior Tuition Award Program (TAP) UW-Superior's Tuition Award Program (TAP) aims to foster a campus community that is culturally diverse and academically strong. In 2009-10, more than 90% of undergraduate international students who qualified for admission also qualified for a TAP award.
The Institute of International Education (IIE) is pleased to announce the winners of the ninth annual IIE Andrew Heiskell Awards for Innovation in International Education. The awards were established to promote and honor the most outstanding initiatives in international higher education among the members of IIENetwork, IIE's membership association of more than 1,000 institutions.
The World Bank and its partners invite young people to participate in an International Essay and Video Competition: "Youth Unemployment". Young people aged 18-25 are invited to share experience and ideas on these questions:
1. How does youth unemployment affect you, your country, town or local community?
2. What can you do, working together with your peers, to find a sustainable solution for job seekers through youth entrepreneurship? Think specifically about the barriers youths face in the labor market and how to tackle difficulties in accessing capital for business startups.
ACT is pleased to announce its new "ACT Question of the Day" feature to help students as they prepare to take the ACT university-entrance exam for entry into US undergraduate programs. As the name implies, the "ACT Question of the Day" will present students with a different ACT test question every single day, rotating through all four content areas (English, Mathematics, Reading, and Science) with test questions that are not currently available in any other ACT test preparation resource. Students can work through the daily question, select their answer from the options provided, receive feedback on whether their answer was correct, and see the rationale for the correct and incorrect answers.
Starting fall 2010, students will be able to earn a bachelor's degree in aviation logistics, a program that will give students the education and the experience needed to pursue career opportunities in all facets of the aviation industry. The program will offer a track for students interested in becoming commercial pilots and another for students interested in careers related to passenger and freight movement.
CollegeWeekLive, the free online college fair, next meets March 24 - 25. Sign-Up for free now at http://www.collegeweeklive.com/en_CA/guest/refcode=EDUSA.
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The Brandeis University Master's Program in Coexistence and Conflict offers a unique blend of theory and practice to mid-career professionals seeking an advanced degree in addressing violent conflict, one of the most pressing issues in international relations today. The program enhances the effectiveness of those working in diplomacy, security, aid, development, human rights, education, democracy and governance, and civil society building.
Rotary is seeking non-Rotarian professionals interested in expanding their knowledge in international relations, public administration, sustainable development, peace studies and conflict resolution or a related field. Each year, up to 100 Rotary Peace Fellowships (50 master's degree fellowships and 50 professional development certificate fellowships) are offered on a competitive basis.