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International Education Week 2022

International Education Week (IEW) is an opportunity to celebrate the benefits of international education and exchange worldwide. This joint initiative of the U.S. Department of State and the U.S. Department of Education is part of our efforts to promote programs that prepare Americans for a global environment and attract future leaders from abroad to study, learn, and exchange experiences.

We encourage the participation of all individuals and institutions interested in international education and exchange activities, including schools, colleges and universities, embassies, international organizations, businesses, associations, and community organizations. Individuals and institutions tend to hold IEW events as it is convenient for them in their local communities. We want you to celebrate as much and as often as you like. To that end, we are providing promotional materials that allow you the flexibility to promote events whenever they may be planned!

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IEW 2022

IEW Week Events

ANNOUNCEMENT:

NEW free online mini-course designed for undergrad/graduate students by the NAFSA United Nations Member Interest Group (UN MIG)

Online Course Overview:

We are excited to launch this mini-course, designed to introduce students to the world of the United Nations (UN). It has been developed for graduate and undergraduate students to gain a deeper understanding of the structure and mission of the UN and learn how local and global NGOs (like NAFSA) and young people engage with the UN. This course is divided into interrelated modules that cover important topics and each module includes content such as readings, videos, PowerPoint presentations, discussion boards, and assignments.  In addition, this course offers participants special access to attend monthly UN virtual events including high-level events, NGO briefings, and youth-only events. Students taking this course will have a chance to submit content to be published on our NAFSA UN MIG Blog, which can be found here.  This is a fantastic opportunity for students to get more informed and involved with the UN/NGO world.

Eligible Applicants:

This course is open to all U.S. and international undergraduate and graduate students. We are looking for participants who are passionate about learning more about the United Nations and its works.

Outcomes:

By the end of this course, students will be able to:
  1. understand the history, mission, and basic operations of the UN; why it was founded, and how it works
  2. identify and discuss the 17 sustainable development goals
  3. outline the mission of the UNDGC and how it connects with NGO's (including NAFSA)
  4. engage more closely with youth activities and opportunities at the UN

Fulfills: Though it does not fulfill a specific requirement for credit, students can request a certificate of completion upon finishing the course & its requirements. 
Duration: One Semester: Fall or Spring. The format is facilitated modules and Self-paced along with attending online UN events. Course Content can be completed during the term and students can choose whether to continue access to online virtual UN/NGO events.
Time Commitment: 3 Months | approximately 1-2hours per week

For More Information and to Apply:

Students interested in applying, please fill out this form!!

For more information, please contact us at:  nafsayouthrep@gmail.com

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Using data to open doors

https://opendoorsdata.org/faq/ 

Open Doors is a comprehensive information resource on the more than 1 million international students in the United States and on the more than 300,000 U.S. students who sojourn abroad as part of their academic experience. The printed book provides over 130 pages of data on places of origin, sources of financial support, fields of study, host institutions, academic levels, and rates of growth of the international student population in the United States, as well as on the economic impact of international students to the host state and national economies. The print report makes extensive use of graphics to highlight key facts and trends. Also included in the publication are sections on international scholars in the United States and intensive English programs. The print publication includes data not found on this website. Open Doors online contains additional resources, such as country and state fact sheets, that are not found in the book.

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Welcome to the Library!

Добро пожаловать в библиотеку  (Russian)

লাইব্রেরিতে স্বাগতম    (Bangla)

Bienvenido a la biblioteca (Spanish)

Karibu kwenye Maktaba (Swahili)

Fáilte chuig an Leabharlann (Irish)

Zoo Siab Txais Tos Sawv Daws (Hmong)

欢迎来到图书馆  (Chinese, simplified)

도서관에 오신 것을 환영합니다 (Korean)

図書館へようこそ  (Japanese)

Vítejte v knihovně (Czech)

Tikugashirei raibhurari   (Shona)

Bienvenue à la bibliothèque  (French)

Willkommen in der Bibliothek (German)

Καλώς ήρθατε στη Βιβλιοθήκη (Greek)

लाइब्रेरी में आपका स्वागत है  (Hindi)

                 (Arabic)  مرحبا بكم في المكتبة    

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