CCI Greenheart's Summer English Academy Program offers an intensive English language program exclusively for teenager's ages 14 to 18 years old. Participants have the opportunity to live and study with other international teens on beautiful boarding school campus, study English, see New York City or San Francisco and participate in fun, cultural afternoon activities. These two and three-week courses are led by certified ESL teachers who offer creative language lessons with a focus on conversational skills and provide English speaking opportunities at all times: meals, activities and class. Each day students participate in recreational activities on and off campus and excursions each weekend. Enrollment is on a first-come, first-serve basis, there are still a few spaces left!
2013 Program Dates:
New York: July 13 - July 27 (two-weeks)
San Francisco: July 26 - August 16 (three-weeks)
StudyColorado invites international students and advisors to view our introductory video and visit our website. We have 22 members in Colorado -- four-year colleges and research universities, community colleges, English language trainers. See why so many international students have already chosen Colorado.
Come to Syracuse University this summer for two-week English immersion program that provides English language instruction and the opportunity to learn more about the culture. You can visit up to seven college campuses in the northeastern United States to see how different they are from universities abroad, and decide which schools best meet your individual needs and goals. Experience residential life on the SU campus, and take classes that will prepare you for the college application process. Visit our website for a full list of offered courses as well as registration details. Orientation for this program is on Sunday, July 14. The program ends on Friday, July 26.
Concordia University has recently added accounting as a third option for a School of Management major, joining marketing and business administration. With a degree in accounting from Concordia, you’ll be prepared for a broad spectrum of career paths – from start-ups, major corporations, and non-profits to auditing firms and government agencies. Our courses provide both the knowledge and the career experiences required to position you for an array of opportunities – all leveraging your accounting skills and on-the-job know-how.
By developing an accounting major, we have increased the number of program electives and added to our highly skilled faculty. As a result, whichever business major or minor you select, you will be able to take advantage of the right courses for today’s global economy.
EducationUSA wants to hear from you! How do you use social media in your daily life as well as in your college admissions process? Where do you go for information? What do you want to see on U.S. college & university social media sites? Please take this brief 13 question survey to help us better reach you!
The Ministry of Education in Georgia announced a new scholarship for study abroad on May 1, 2013. The scholarships will support all levels of study (bachelor's, master's, PhD) and all fields of study. On May 13, 2013, the Ministry informed EducationUSA that they would consider all accredited U.S. institutions instead of only those top ranked by U.S. News & World Report. Information is available in Georgian on the Ministry of Education's website, http://news.edu.aris.ge/index.php?newsid=4161, English translation here: https://www.dropbox.com/s/dppg7hsrfq7da6n/georgian%20scholarship%20program%20may%202013.pdf
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This summer, the Mount Holyoke Extension Program will offer college-level courses for academic credit for students of high school and college age and beyond. More than 25 courses across disciplines are now open for online registration.
Mount Holyoke Extension operates a wide array of programs—including professional development, vocational training, and courses in the liberal arts—designed to provide a high-quality education to students beyond Mount Holyoke College’s traditional core student body.
The Step 5—Preparing for Your Departure—webinar series provides advice about gathering important documents, arranging housing, anticipating cultural differences and attending an EducationUSA pre-departure orientation.
The webinars are being hosted starting May 10th through June 13th. Register to watch them live!
The number of international students at Arizona State University increased this year, as did the number of services it makes available to help those students feel at home. Of the 72,254 students at ASU this semester, 6.1 percent were international students. That is a 16 percent increase from the year before.
ASU welcomes these students and encourages them to get involved by participating in clubs and organizations and interacting with other students of similar and different cultures and ethnicities, according to OrgSync, a clubs and organization tool offered through ASU.
Monmouth College dedicates new Center for Science and Business on Friday, May 10. Programs in the new building foster interdisciplinary collaboration between biology, biochemistry, chemistry, psychology, physics, computer science & mathematics and business, economics and accounting.
“Monmouth College has audacious goals,” said President Mauri Ditzler. “We expect that the Center for Science and Business is going to produce graduates who will change the world. It seems entirely appropriate that our keynote speaker has written a book titled ‘You Can’t Dream Big Enough,’ and that he’s also happened to spend his career at the intersection of science and business.”
The University recently learned it received full national accreditation for both its Teacher Education and the Educational Leadership programs. The Teacher Education Accreditation Council informed SHU that both programs received accreditation. The Teacher Education program received a full seven-year accreditation while the Educational Leadership program was granted five-year initial accreditation from TEAC’s accreditation committee.
SHU’s Director of Undergraduate Teacher Education Sally Rae said she was pleased with the overall process and the outcome for both programs. “We are thankful for those at Siena Heights and the Lenawee community who shared in the two self studies and who helped prepare for accreditation,” said Rae, who also credited Dean of the Graduate College Dr. Anne Hooghart and former Graduate Teacher Education Director Dr. Kelly Cichy with their leadership during the process. Rae said the university received official word about its accreditation from TEAC Executive Vice President Diana Rigden. SHU earned the longest duration of accreditation offered by TEAC for both programs.
Smith College's "American College Immersion Program" for international students is extending its application deadline to June 3, 2013. Scholarships of up to $2,000 are also available.
This program helps students improve academic skills and prepares you to apply to colleges and universities in the United States. Campus tours at Harvard, MIT, and Columbia, as well as sightseeing in Boston and NYC, are highlights! We also help with writing the college essay, public speaking, and interview skills.
The @WashULaw Master of Laws (LL.M.) program is a dynamic online LL.M. program offered by the Washington University School of Law, part of the Washington University in St. Louis. Taught by highly respected faculty, this program is designed to help the next generation of attorneys achieve their career goals and learn skills to succeed in the rapidly changing field of international business.
SUNY Buffalo Law School--the State of New York's Law School--is offering an accelerated J.D. program for students from outside the United States who already hold a first law degree. The program is designed for highly qualified students who wish to sit for the New York State bar exam. They will be given advanced standing, meaning that they can earn the J.D. degree in two years instead of the traditional three.
Washington University School of Law’s mission is to be the best place in the country to learn to be a lawyer; to be a community creating outstanding research and providing service to the world; and to be a school structured around the most current and important ideas bearing upon the law. It offers students a great legal education in an intellectually challenging and collegial environment. Our faculty members are recognized for their excellent teaching and scholarship, and they are highly accessible to our students. The law school’s curriculum blends traditional theory and opportunities to participate in a wide variety of lawyering skills courses and co-curricular activities in St. Louis, New York, Washington, D.C. and around the world that encourage the development of practical skills and interdisciplinary learning.
Washington University School of Law in St. Louis, Missouri, has begun offering a ground-breaking course in Legal English to help international legal practitioners develop the skills needed to conduct law-related business matters. The law school is the first top-tier U.S. law school to offer such a course in an online format, allowing legal practitioners to develop related skills without having to travel to the United States for an extended stay.