How to Apply

Participants in Study of the U.S. Institutes are among the approximately 30,000 individuals who participate in exchanges managed by the Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs (ECA) each year. Other ECA exchange programs include the Fulbright Program and the International Visitor Leadership Program. Through a range of academic and professional exchanges, the Bureau seeks to increase mutual understanding between the United States and other countries.

Teachers and scholars who wish to participate in the Study of the United States Institute for Secondary Educators must be interested in enhancing their instruction by furthering their knowledge of the United States’ history, society and culture through their participation in the Institute. In addition, individuals must be fluent in English.

Information on how to apply can be obtained by contacting your local U.S. Embassy. Visit the information page on the Study of the U.S. Branch’s Web site for details.

 

Please note, UIC does not distribute, accept or process applications. Additionally, UIC does not select candidates for the Institute. All inquires regarding the application process for the Study of the United States Institute for Secondary Educators must be directed to your local U.S. Embassy.