Right now there are more than 100,000 displaced university-aged Syrian students, many of them living in refugee camps.
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Through IIE administered programs, over 35,000 participants from more than 185 countries were able to further their education through academic programs and exchange.
Our programs, administered on behalf of governments and companies in the private sector, help increase job readiness around the world.
IIE manages some of the most well recognized programs in international education, including the Department of State's Fulbright Program, Schwarzman Scholars and the NYU Abu Dhabi programs.
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The Fulbright Program, the U.S. Government's flagship international exchange program, is administered by IIE.
Support short-term faculty exchange fellowships for African-born academics from the United States and Canada.
IIE's initiative to double the number of American students studying abroad by the end of the decade.
Providing girls from underserved communities a pathway to university.
Provides scholarships to Brazilian undergraduate students in STEM fields for one year of undergraduate study in the U.S.
Provides awards for U.S. undergrads who are receiving Federal Pell Grants to study abroad.
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