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Department of State Nov 19
During International Education Week, we highlight the benefits of global education, which helps students develop the knowledge and skills they need to succeed and creates mutual understanding between the U.S. and other countries.
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Department of State Nov 19
For the 4th consecutive year, the shows that 1M+ international students are furthering their studies in the United States. International education strengthens ties between the U.S. and countries around the world. Learn more:
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C.C. Nov 21
Happy 🙌🏾🌍 here’s a little to this time last year when I was invited to speak in Barcelona, Spain on my experiences as a and how study abroad should be an integral part of the college experience, especially at the HBCU which reflects the diversity of the world
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Microsoft Education Nov 22
By expanding education beyond the walls of the classroom, we can help students develop empathy, embrace different perspectives, and gain a deeper understanding of the world around them.
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Univ. of Mount Union Nov 26
Congratulations to the winner of the International Education Week photography contest, Eliza Days '20, and runner-up, Isabella Wagner '20!
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Exchange Programs Nov 21
While in Louisville for the , Deputy Assistant Secretary Susan Crystal met with 20 young leaders from exchange programs! Have you participated in a youth program? As International Education Week comes to a close, share your stories with us by using .
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U.S. Embassy Islamabad Nov 24
Do you know the top 3 common MYTHS about student ? 1. I NEED A VISA CONSULTANT! No, you don't! 2. I NEED TO MEMORIZE AND SAY THE "RIGHT" ANSWER! There are no right or wrong answers. 3. IF I BRING MORE DOCUMENTS, I WILL GET A VISA! Not true!
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Department of State Nov 19
During , discusses the release of the and highlights the importance of academic and educational exchanges as a vital part of our mission at the Department.
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Tibor Nagy Nov 20
Proud, hopeful, and enthusiastic about our efforts to expand partnerships between U.S. and African universities. So much potential and so many opportunities to tap the best minds in America and Africa for the future of our youth.
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Ohio University Nov 25
We had a great time celebrating International Education Week! 🙌 Check out more of the best photos from last week on Instagram »
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U.S. Mission Nigeria Nov 21
Nigerians are enrolled in more than 1,000 institutions in 51 states and territories in the United States, of which 18% are studying in Texas. -
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U.S. Embassy Islamabad Nov 22
There are 3 simple steps to apply for a U.S. student ! 1. Apply & get the appropriate documents from the host institution where you plan to study. 2. Make an appointment at the nearest U.S. Embassy or Consulate. 3. Interview with a consular officer.
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UF Latin American and Caribbean Collection Nov 21
Remember to come by LACC between 9 and 11 this morning for coffee and biscotti!☕️📚
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Kennedy-Lugar YES Dec 2
During , which countries had the most presentations, and which US states had the most attendees? Find out here! We're proud of the ways the diversity of the YES program was shared with Americans across the US during !
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Waterloo Int'l Nov 22
Wrapping up ! We've had an amazing week of activities, including an informative keynote and panel discussion with Alexandre Trudeau, and numerous events held across campus, throughout the week. Thank you for helping us to celebrate!
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Travel - State Dept Nov 20
You may have a U.S. tourist visa already...but do you have a student visa? Your B1/B2 visa cannot be used for coursework that earns you credit towards a degree or academic certificate. Make sure you have the correct type of visa for your program.
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NASA Internships Nov 20
Meet intern, Ty-Chris! He’s currently interning in JSC’s Office of STEM Engagement 📚🖊 Read Ty-Chris’ blog here:  Are you interested in STEM engagement? Apply to a internship at  🚀
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Peace Corps Nov 21
TODAY: we're chatting with , and educators from around the world about global and cultural competencies. Get ready for the chat and learn more about global competence:
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Rep. Val Demings Nov 22
enrich our schools, communities and culture. They also bring $1.6 billion and more than 16,000 jobs to Florida. !
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UAZGlobal Nov 21
This week for the Global Mexico Initiatives team invited teachers from to to continue collaborations begun at meetings earlier this month in Mexico.
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