International Education Contacts

International Education Contacts

California Universities/Colleges with International-Focused Programs

NASBITE Certified Global Business Professional (CGBP) Certification 

Study California: Find the Perfect School in California

University of California, Davis International Law Program

Osaka University – North American Center for Academic Initiatives, SF

Foreign Policy Guide: Launching a Career in International Affairs

UCLA Extension Announces 2015 Program Launch at California Center Campus in Shanghai, China
California Center, January 29, 2015

2020 Rankings: Top Universities in the World

Student Exchange

High School Study Abroad with Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs Exchange Programs – The U.S. Department of State offers merit-based scholarships for American high school students to study abroad from three weeks to an academic year. Students live with host families, engage with local schools, and gain skills to be competitive in the global workforce. Previous language study is not required for most programs.

100,000 Strong in the Americas – Partnership to increase the number of US students studying in Latin America to 100,000 and the number of Latin American students studying in the US to 100,000

U.S.Department of State – Fulbright Program – Sponsored by the U.S. government and designed to increase mutual understanding between the people of the United States and the people of other countries.

AIESEC – an international, not-for-profit, non-political organization run by students and recent graduates at institutions of higher education across 124 countries and territories. Our platform provides our members with an integrated development experience comprised of leadership opportunities, international internships, and a global learning environment.

California Japan Scholars Program – Was the only state-sponsored student exchange program, however the program has been put on hold. The last class to participate in the program was in 2014.

International Economic Summit

The International Economic Summit is a world trade simulation for high school students. The program culminates in a Mini Summit event at each school and a Regional Summit competition hosted at a local university.

The International Economic Summit originally began with the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, which now offers some educational activities online.

The Council for Economic Education also hosts a National Economics Challenge for high school students.

Discover Diplomacy

The Discover Diplomacy website opens the doors to the world of diplomacy and the work of the U.S. Department of State. Developed by The U.S. Diplomacy Center, the site provides starting points such as Diplomacy 101.​

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The Chronicle of Higher Education, April 2020

 

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