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The Balkan Language Initiative is the perfect opportunity to study a Balkan language and culture in an overseas, immersion setting. Albanian, Bosnian, Macedonian, and Serbian languages programs are currently being offered in their corresponding countries. Expert faculty from leading local universities will conduct courses during the fall, spring, summer, and academic-year terms. Program highlights include staying with host families, experiencing local culture, and logistical support from on-site American Councils offices. Sounds great, but am I eligible? Graduate students, undergraduates, scholars, and working professionals who have completed two years of college-level study in the target language are eligible to apply. Application Deadlines:
Interested in internationalizing your school? Apply for Educational Seminars or the Teachers of Critical Languages Program (TCLP), two fully-funded programs that enable U.S. teachers and administrators from K-12 schools to collaborate internationally. Educational Seminars and TCLP are funded by the U.S. Department of State's Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs and implemented by American Councils for International Education. Learn more about international education systems and teaching methodologies!
Last quarter, American Councils and the U.S.-Central Asia Education Foundation (US-CAEF) welcomed six of its first international internship fellows to Washington D.C. Overseen by American Councils, US-CAEF provides full scholarships to undergraduates at leading universities in Central Asia to strengthen business education in the region. After graduation, select US-CAEF scholarship recipients spend four months interning at companies in Washington, D.C. as international internship fellows gaining valuable professional skills and building their international business networks.