We believe that a global perspective enhances learning. From developing the first exchanges of Eurasian and American students and teachers to current initiatives supporting collaborative education between the U.S., Middle East, South America, Asia, and Africa, we deliver meaningful overseas experiences that create well-informed, empowered individuals. Our alumni include nonprofit and business executives, promising young leaders, and members of Congress and Parliament.

Programs

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Provided by a grant from Carnegie Corporation of New York, the Academic Fellowships in Russia sup

The Indonesian Flagship Language Initiative (IFLI) offers Boren Fellowship applicants the opportu

This four-week program provides students with an immersive introduction to Mandarin Chinese and h

Funded by U.S. Congress and administered by the Open World Leadership Center, Open World brings emerging leaders from Eurasia to the U.S. for professional exchange.

U.S. college students spend a summer immersed in the language and culture of one of the world's critical languages

American scholars pursue intensive language study and international research

U.S. college students receive intensive instruction in one of 15 Eurasian languages, from Azeri to Uzbek

Exceptional high students from across Eurasia spend a year as an exchange student in a U.S. host family

U.S. undergrads gain global industry experience in the STEM fields to prepare them for the international job market

U.S. high school students spend a summer or academic year immersed in a critical world language

American undergrads spend five weeks in Tbilisi, Georgia studying the politics and history of the South Caucasus

International professionals gain practical experience in U.S. government and business practices