The English Access Microscholarship Program began in 2004 on behalf of the U.S. State Department. Its goal is to provide English language training to non-elite students between the ages of 14-18 years old in different areas of the world. Through this program, students gain a heightened appreciation of the U.S. culture and are better prepared for future educational and job opportunities.
Learn more about the English Access Microscholarship Program
The International Graduate Fellowships (IFP for its acronym in English) is part of an ambitious international project promoted by the educational Ford Foundation in coordination with various national agencies in 22 countries worldwide.
Considering the importance of postgraduate academic training for leadership in generating new development options, the Ford Foundation launched in 2000, an international scholarship program to conduct master's or doctoral studies, called International Fellowships Program (IFP). This program seeks to contribute to the consolidation of a new generation of leaders among the groups that have faced increasing restrictions on their access to higher education, to strengthen their participation in solving the enormous challenges of the XXI century. Learn more about the Ford Foundation International Fellowship Program
The International Institute of Education opens the registration program GE Foundation Scholar-Leaders Program Brazil (GEFSLP)
, sponsored by GE Foundation and administered by IIE in 14 participating countries.
The GEFSLP is an excellent opportunity for future Brazilian leaders in engineering and management to continue their studies in universities. The program supports students who excel, improving their academic opportunities. Grant is $ 2,000 per semester for school fees, and part of the registration and maintenance during the last two and a half years of graduation. In addition, students have the opportunity to participate in a seminar on leadership and being guided by a professional in the GE. Community service is a new component of the program that allows the fellow to become involved in volunteer work in the community. The new fellows learn firsthand about leadership. Learn more about the GE Foundation Scholar-Leaders Program Brazil
The Institute of International Education (IIE) opens the program announcement GE Foundation Scholar-Leaders Program Mexico (GSLP)
, sponsored by the GE Foundation and administered by IIE in the 14 participating countries.
The GFSLP is an excellent opportunity for future Mexican leaders in engineering and management to continue their studies in their universities. The program targets outstanding students with financial need who are pursuing the second not to improve their academic opportunities. Are awarded $2,000 per semester for school fees and part of the tuition and living expenses during the last three years of undergraduate. In addition students have the opportunity to participate in a seminar on leadership development and mentoring of professional GE. A new community-service component, allows the trainee to be involved in community volunteerism. The new fellows leaders learn firsthand about responsible leadership. Learn more about the GE Foundation Scholar-Leaders Program Mexico
The Institute of International Education (IIE), Bureau for Latin America, announces global partnership with New York University (NYU) Abu Dhabi
. NYU Abu Dhabi is a university focused on research that links an institution of arts and sciences at the graduate level at a large university in the United States. With the support of renowned scholars from NYU Abu Dhabi students can pursue careers in more than 17 fields study. Students at NYU Abu Dhabi will have access to laboratories, libraries and research centers in addition to participating in advanced NYU's global network. It encourages student participation in exchanges on one of the NYU comprehensive campuses and can carry out research projects, placements and extracurricular activities. Learn more about the NYU Abu Dhabi Global Partnership
administered by the Institute of International Education (IIE)-Latin America
-is a new initiative to provide college students the opportunity to study a semester at the University of the Americas Puebla or Technological Institute Estudios Superiores de Monterrey Campus Ciudad de Mexico. Eligible applicants may apply in areas of study as international business, administration and finance, economics and communication. Scholars may increase their access to educational opportunities to acquire good knowledge of studies that strengthen the development of their country. Learn more about Programa Educativo