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United States-India Educational Foundation
12 Hailey Road
New Delhi 110 001
The Fulbright-Nehru International Education Administrators Seminar aims to provide Indian college and university administrators the opportunity to familiarize themselves with the U.S. higher education system. Participants will gain a firsthand experience of a cross section of U.S. institutions and meet with key university administrators and officials responsible for international programs and activities at their institutions. The two-week visit will enable participants to learn about various facets of U.S. higher education, including the types of institutions, accreditation, curriculum development, fund-raising, student services and international education on U.S. campuses, as well as share knowledge on Indian higher education. Topics addressed during visits and meetings at select campuses and organizations will also include research collaborations, faculty and student exchanges, and study abroad.
This seminar is designed for Indian college and university administrators with at least two years of experience in international program development and management at their institutions in India. Applicants must be mid- to senior-level college or university administrators (deans, department heads, directors of international centres or offices, foreign student advisors, registrars etc.) who have substantial responsibility for enhancing the international dimension of their institutions and who wish to build capacity of their faculty and students through international collaborations and exchange and innovative curricular design. Individuals without professional connections to the United States and whose home institutions do not have established partnerships or affiliations with U.S. institutions of higher learning will be given preference.
Ten Indian higher education administrators will be selected to participate in the two-week seminar scheduled in October 2016. Participants will have to submit a report of their visit.
Application should be done by post only.