U.S. Central Asia Education Foundation
The Enterprise Student Fellowship Program is an academic scholarship program of the U.S.-Central Asia Education Foundation (US-CAEF) and is administered by the American Councils for International Education. US-CAEF provides funding for undergraduate study in business administration and economics through the Enterprise Student Fellowships. Fellowships fund student enrollment at the American University of Central Asia and the Kazakhstan Institute of Management Economics and Strategic Research, which are leading western-style institutions in the region. The fellowships are awarded to qualified students based on academic merit and financial need. Classroom experiences are enhanced through the Enterprise Regional Internship Program, which allows students to gain valuable work experience at local companies following their second year. Upon graduation, a select number of fellows take part in the International Capstone Program, a four-month internship program based in Washington, D.C. The foundation further strengthens the quality of business education through professional workshops for regional faculty to improve teaching skills, knowledge and course curricula.
To apply to become a host institution for US-CAEF fellows, visit www.americancouncilsnetwork.org
For more information, visit the US-CAEF Web site or contact Terrence Graham at email@example.com.