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First Day of School as an Exchange Student in Spain
 
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Views: 88284 Anna Lenkovska
AN EXCHANGE STUDENT'S GUIDE TO PACKING!
 
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Hello sweet people! I was thinking that since the time of the year when exchange students step out into the "big world", has come, I should make this video. I hope to make you feel a little more secure about what to bring and what NOT to bring, haha. Enjoy, and feel free to ask any question! Watch this video: Instagram: martinealexandra Business contact: [email protected]
Views: 23334 Martine Alexandra
What is STUDENT EXCHANGE PROGRAM? What does STUDENT EXCHANGE PROGRAM mean?
 
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What is STUDENT EXCHANGE PROGRAM? What does STUDENT EXCHANGE PROGRAM mean? STUDENT EXCHANGE PROGRAM meaning - STUDENT EXCHANGE PROGRAM definition - STUDENT EXCHANGE PROGRAM explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. A student exchange program is a program in which students from a secondary school or university study abroad at one of their institution's partner institutions. A student exchange program may involve international travel, but does not necessarily require the student to study outside of his or her home country. For example, the National Student Exchange program (NSE) offers placements throughout the United States and Canada. Foreign exchange programs provides students with an opportunity to study in a different country and environment experiencing the history and culture of another country. The term "exchange" means that a partner institution accepts a student, but does not necessarily mean that the students have to find a counterpart from the other institution with whom to exchange. Exchange students live with a host family or in a designated place such as a hostel, an apartment, or a student lodging. Costs for the program vary by the country and institution. Participants fund their participation via scholarships, loans, or self-funding. Student exchanges became popular after World War II, and are intended to increase the participants' understanding and tolerance of other cultures, as well as improving their language skills and broadening their social horizons. Student exchanges also increased further after the end of the Cold War. An exchange student typically stays in the host country for a period of 6 to 10 months. International students or those on study abroad programs may stay in the host country for several years. Some exchange programs also offer academic credit.
Views: 6427 The Audiopedia
I studied in the USA for FREE - قريت ف جامعة أمريكية فابور - (SUSI on SE)
 
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Read me for important information and VERY useful links :D I had the opportunity to participate in SUSI on Social Entrepreneurship program which is a FULLY FUNDED program by the US Department of State. * Check my instagram highlights for a closer look on my US experience: https://www.instagram.com/nihalemgd/ * Read this fun summarized article about our SUSI experience written by my friend Meryem El Ammari: https://medium.com/@meryemelm1/a-brief-reflection-on-my-susi-experience-7a3647022e62?fbclid=IwAR18EUSuth8QbmyZ4kgExNwmQnvMXCvEOIBOQCLVaBlOjynnpZU7g14xeEc * For more pictures check this account: https://www.instagram.com/mountain_cultist/ Here are some useful links for you if you are interested in this program or in other exchange programs in the USA: * For exchange opportunities and to know when applications are open, follow: US Embassy Rabat's facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/USEmbassyRabat/?ref=br_rs EducationUSA Morocco's facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/EducationUSAMorocco/?ref=br_rs * SUSI programs for professionals: Study of the United States Institutes (SUSI) For Scholars: https://exchanges.state.gov/…/…/study-us-institutes-scholars * For more information about Uconn (University of Connecticut): Uconn's website: https://uconn.edu/ Uconn on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/UConn/ Uconn on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/uconn/ DISCLAIMER: Please note that each year's SUSI experience can be a little different, so you might not experience things the same way I experienced them.
Views: 1367 Nihale MGD
The Truth about High School Exchange to Japan
 
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Before I went to Japan, more people than I can count told me that it was going to be "the best time of my life". Well, guess what, it wasn't! And that's okay. I think many people (like myself) have rather wrong expectations when it comes to moving to another country, so here are some things I learned from the whole experience! ❤ Go on exchange to Japan (Geman-speaking countries only): https://www.intrax.de/kurzbewerbung-high-school?ixid=I-1151450 Ich habe meinen Schüleraustausch nach Japan 2015 mit Ayusa Intrax gemacht und tolle Erfahrungen sammeln können. Wenn ihr auch gerne einen Schüleraustausch machen möchtet, könnt ihr euch über den Link oben anmelden. Ich erhalte für jeden, der seinen Schüleraustausch über diesen Link bucht, eine kleine Provision von Ayusa. 😊 ❤ INSTAGRAM: sophierebi (https://www.instagram.com/sophierebi/) ❤ TWITTER: @sophierebi (https://twitter.com/sophierebi) ❤ FACEBOOK: Komorebi Cosplay (https://www.facebook.com/komorebicosplay/) ❤ MY GERMAN BLOG: https://sophiegoesjapan.wordpress.com/ ❤ CONTACT: [email protected]
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Convincing Your Parents to Let You Study Abroad
 
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Check out my new Facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/SarahsSeoulSearch/?fref=ts Follow me on Instagram @SarahsSeoulSearch: https://www.instagram.com/sarahsseoulsearch/ Follow me on Twitter @SEM_SeoulSearch: https://twitter.com/SEM_SeoulSearch Here are some links to programs going to Korea! NSLIY - FREE for US citizens http://www.nsliforyouth.org/languages-and-programs/ ASSE - my program, but not the best one http://asse.com YFU - the most highly recommended program http://yfuusa.org/countries/korea-22.php Rotary - the most common program - https://www.rotary.org/en/youth-exchanges AFS - http://www.afsusa.org/host-family/our-students/countries/south-korea/ CIEE - perfect for college students http://www.ciee.org/study-abroad/south-korea/seoul/arts-sciences/
Applying for the J1 Visa for the Exchange Visitor Program: San Diego Immigration Lawyer
 
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What you need to know about the J-1 Visa, the Cultural Exchange Visa specifically for practical training and internship to allow students and trainees to come and work in the United States. 00:19 J-1 Visa specifically designed for trainees and individuals that are seeking experience that is typically not available in their home country and they want to come to the United States as part of the cultural exchange program to gain an experience so they can go back home and, and use that when they finish their program. 1:33 The J-1 program is administered by the State Department typically and is not controlled by the U.S. Immigration Service like many other visas. And it also requires a third party sponsor that is typically controlling and supervising the program wherever that trainee is designated to. 2:40 Under the work and travel J-1, this is typically happens in the summer period of the foreign trainee. . The work and travel is a 90 days program where you apply and get that J-1 designation. 3:43 Typically Hospitality J-1's are issued for about a year 4:41 For J-1 trainees or interns, there has to be an employer that is already designated then a third party agency that will process the training program and then once it's approved, the applicants will go and apply for the J-1 Visa at their home country embassy. 5:39 Most trainees should be under the age of 35. And the idea is that they want to encourage younger people to gain experience so they can bring it back to their home country 6:24 the fact that you already held a J-1 Visa will make you much more attractive to get other visas in the future Everything is filed with the State Department and upon approval you can come to U.S. for a year or for between one year and 18 months and do your training. It's really good visa for people that are interested in exploring their life in the U.S. to see if they like it. Follow us: https://www.facebook.com/myimmigratio... for daily updates. Get some answers and ask questions on our podcast page: http://askanimmigrationlawyer.com/ The J1 visa Program is for foreign nationals who want to participate in an exchange visitor program / internship program in the USA. The J1 visa is intended for students needing practical training that is not available in their home country to complete their academic program. The training must be directly related to the academic program. The J1 visa obligates the student to return to their home country for a minimum of two years after the end of their studies in the USA before being eligible to apply for an immigrant (permanent residence) visa. The Exchange Visitor Program is administered by the Office of Exchange Coordination and Designation in the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs. The internet website for information on the Exchange Visitor Program is http://exchanges.state.gov/education/jexchanges. At the conclusion of their program Exchange Visitor program participants are expected to return to the home countries to utilize the experience and skills they have acquired while in the United States. Designated sponsoring organizations facilitate the entry of foreign nationals into the United States as exchange visitors to complete the objectives of one of the exchange visitor program categories, which are: Au pair CampCounselor Student, college/university Student, secondary Government Visitor International Visitor (reserved for U.S. Department of State use) Alien physician Professor Research Scholar Short-term Scholar Specialist Summer work/travel Teacher Trainee Each category of exchange has specific requirements and regulations. More: https://www.h1b.biz/j-1-visa.html CALL US 619 819 92 04 WITH ANY QUESTIONS
Why my exchange year failed
 
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Low energy, I know, I'm sorry, blame it on the fact that I've been very ill. Also sorry about the weird lighting. Music credits to bensound.com Social Instagram: leoniedominque
Views: 58710 Léonie
Japan Exchange: A DAY IN SCHOOL WITH ME Pt 1 |  Euodias
 
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WATCH PART 2 HERE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hm_fOlGzYtc Since most of you really like my Japanese high school videos, I thought I'd bring you guys along to spend a day with me at school! Although this video was pre-filmed, I still hope you guys will like it! More videos will be up soon :)
Views: 3190462 Euodias
Study Abroad: Exchange Programs for High School Students
 
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Did you know that the U.S. Department of State offers scholarships for high school students to study abroad?   Are you a middle school or high school student who is interested in studying abroad? Do you want to know what the benefits are of studying abroad in high school?  Then join us on May 29nd at 3:15pm ET for a Google+ Hangout sponsored by Department of State for high school students to study abroad. Study abroad connects American high school students with future leaders around the world, enabling them to collaborate on today's global challenges such as human rights, community development, workforce development, climate change, and global health. Scholarship opportunities are open to all American high school students who meet program eligibility criteria.  Visit our website for more information on study abroad opportunities for high school students: http://exchanges.state.gov/highschool
EXCHANGE STUDENT TAG (USA)
 
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Hey guys! I did the exchange student tag!! I was an exchange student in Brentwood, California in 2014, Sun Lakes, Arizona in 2015 and Rochester, Minnesota in 2016. Enjoy! Songs that make me think about my exchanges: California : The Mowgli's - San Francisco Arizona : Rihanna - Bitch Better Have My Money Minnesota : Pink - Just Like Fire Thanks for watching! Filmed by MacBook Pro. xo, Gaëlle Follow me on Instagram for more adventures! https://instagram.com/tacgael/
Views: 368 Gaëlle Tacal
EF Exchange Stories: Meet Roel from the Netherlands
 
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Meet Roel from The Netherlands, who kicks off his exchange year by attending EF International High School Camp. To learn more about becoming an exchange student, visit http://www.ef.com/highschool.
Why you should go on exchange
 
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We asked our alumni why you should participate in a YFU exchange program!
Views: 2979 YFU World
A Modern Form of Travel: Teaching Exchange
 
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The Teaching Excellence and Achievement (TEA) program is an excellent opportunity to gain insight on the latest teaching methods from American high school and middle school teachers. Learn more about the TEA program at: http://exchanges.state.gov/TEA
Foreign Exchange
 
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Foreign Exchange. When three foreign exchange students join the class you never quite know what to expect. Watch as Mallory deals with these unconventional visitors in their search for the answer they are looking for. Be Sure To Subscribe to Studio C ► https://goo.gl/ppFsJP Bring on the laughs! Sketch comedy for everyone. Watch Studio C on YouTube. Top 15 Most Viewed Studio C Videos: http://goo.gl/0pCAHR Season 7: https://goo.gl/QWUc6k Season 6: https://goo.gl/CYaQDG Season 5: http://goo.gl/jo8k4z Season 4: https://goo.gl/KUBK3e Season 3: https://goo.gl/W3ncbe Season 2: https://goo.gl/Swq4qh Season 1: https://goo.gl/VeQdXX Studio C YouTube Exclusives: http://goo.gl/9PDUq9 Watch Studio C Mondays at 10pm ET/8pm MT on BYUtv or online here: http://byutv.org/studioc Like Studio C on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/StudioCtv Follow Studio C on Instagram: http://instagram.com/studioctv Follow Studio C on Twitter: https://twitter.com/StudioC_tv Cast: "Adam Berg, Whitney Call, Mallory Everton, Jason Gray, Stacey Harkey, Natalie Madsen, Stephen Meek, Matt Meese, James Perry, Jeremy Warner" Director: Julian Riley Producer: Jared Shores Producer: Arthur Van Wagenen Writer: Matt Meese Editor: "A. Todd Smith, Ryan Terry" Thanks for watching Foreign Exchange - Studio C
Views: 3465139 Studio C
Study Abroad in the USA: ISEP Exchange
 
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What is ISEP Exchange? Find out and how you can apply! This ISEP Live will feature programs in:    North Carolina, USA: University of North Carolina at Asheville     Missouri, USA: Truman State University     Georgia, USA: University of North Georgia
Views: 536 ISEP Study Abroad
Jack Dudley - A YFU Story
 
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Discover how YFU’s Intercultural Exchange to Germany for a year changed the lives of not only Jack, but his family in the US and his new family in Germany.
Views: 30643 YFU USA
Nadeem's Story, AFS Exchange Student from Pakistan
 
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www.afsusa.org/hostfamily Welcome an international son or daughter like Nadeem into your home. Host a high school exchange student with AFS, connecting lives and sharing cultures for 65 years.
Views: 22881 AFS-USA
BEING AN EXCHANGE STUDENT IN FRANCE
 
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I'M SO YOUNG IN THIS VIDEO... Please excuse my awkward vlogging haha. Here's a quick look at my 11 week France exchange where I visited Louviers, Honfleur, the Palace of Versaille, Lyon, and more! MUSIC: -Jo Cohen & Sex Whales - https://youtu.be/C6IaUMAg3Dc provided by CopyrightFreeNetwork -AVTR. - Flicker [Epic Vibes Release]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eRviYT4JgZQ **EXCHANGE STUDENT Q&A** https://youtu.be/cLnPM8sL95Y
Views: 56435 sheslilac
EF Exchange Stories: Marius Says Goodbye
 
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Marius says goodbye to his host familes in Nebraska to head back home to Norway. To learn more about hosting an exchange student, visit http://www.efexchangeyear.org.
High School Exchange Students in US Share Their Thoughts
 
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This is the VOA Special English Education Report, from http://voaspecialenglish.com Twenty-six thousand foreign exchange students are in American high schools this year. We asked four teenagers who arrived in August to discuss their experience so far. All but one are attending public schools in Fairfax County, Virginia, outside Washington. Johanna is from Germany. She says the biggest difference is the relationship to the teachers. She says here the teachers are more like friends, and in Germany they are more like parents. Another difference? In American high schools, the students are usually the ones who move to different classrooms for different subjects. Johanna and Daniel come from schools where the teachers change classrooms. Daniel says: "In Austria, you have all classes together with the same group of people. And so you are really good friends with all the people you're in class with." Hande from Turkey is living with a host family in Denver, Colorado. She says students in Turkish schools have less choice. She says: "You cannot choose your own classes. And you dont have the right to drop out of one of them." Hande says Turkish schools are also more formal. She says: When a teacher comes into the class you have to stand up and greet the teacher. He or she says good morning or good afternoon and, as a class, you answer. We don't do this in class here." How does the education compare? Hande is in three Advanced Placement classes, which are meant to prepare students for college. She says: "A.P. courses are really hard and they really force you to learn and are really good. But the regular classes, their level is lower than in Turkey." Rosa is from a country where high school is five years, not four like in America. She says: "In Italy we go to school only during the morning for lessons. And Italian schools don't have other activities." On the other hand, she says, having to go elsewhere for activities is not necessarily a bad thing. She says she thinks students in Italy and Europe have a freer environment. They are in touch with a lot of different things that are outside the school. And that's the VOA Special English Education Report. To learn more about high school exchange programs, go to voaspecialenglish.com. You can also comment on this and other programs. And you can find us on YouTube and Twitter at VOA Learning English. (Adapted from a radio program broadcast 05Nov2009)
Views: 24384 VOA Learning English
Exchange Student Tips
 
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Through the exchange experience, YFU participants gain intercultural understanding, learn mutual respect, and develop a sense of social responsibility. Your experience abroad gives you leadership competencies necessary to meet the challenges and benefit from the opportunities of a fast-changing global community. YFU offers programming for all ages that allow you to immerse yourself in another culture, learn a new language and meet like-minded individuals who believe in our mission. Learn more at: https://www.yfuusa.org/study
Views: 1713 YFU USA
Rotary Youth Exchange VS. AFS
 
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Hello, everyone! Sorry about the delay for this video, I actually filmed this a couple months ago, but haven't had the time to edit it because of classes! Hopefully, over the summer I'll have a lot more time to vlog! I've actually started a notebook for ideas, and I've already filled out several pages of ideas. So, expect something sooner rather than later this time around! Thanks for being so patient with me! Love you all! Exchange Blog: http://wonderingchild365.tumblr.com/ Go Fund Me: http://www.gofundme.com/stephaniegotojapan Instagram: https://instagram.com/stephanielytle/
Views: 35145 Stephanie Lytle
Student Exchange Program
 
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Fisher’s Student Exchange Program allows students to go abroad to one of our partner universities, for a semester or a summer, to experience life as a student in the many countries around the globe. Hear from past participants on what they experienced, how they developed, what they have gained, and why you should be going abroad on the Student Exchange Program! More information on the Student Exchange Program can be found at go.osu.edu/FCOBExchange.
Work at an American Summer Camp - Camp Exchange USA - CIEE
 
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Learn more about summer camp counselor jobs in the USA with CIEE. http://www.ciee.org/camp-exchange-usa/
Views: 36801 CIEE Work Exchanges
Life as a Foreign Exchange Student in the USA
 
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I believe indeed that each one of us has a fascinating story that deserves to be shared. Mine isn’t the most impressive nor am I the best storyteller, but it is the key to the person I am today. Therefore, I am extremely excited to share with you one of the experiences that I had and changed my life. It's my story as as an exchange student in the USA. By watching this video, you may learn more about the exchange student's life in the USA. Check the exchange programs and educational opportunities for both US and non-US citizens: http://exchanges.state.gov Alumni opportunities - International Exchange Alumni: https://alumni.state.gov Source: Graduation song: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_doAV8bx0xg
Views: 2095 Saber Ben hassen
USA student share about the benefits of doing Exchange Studies in Australia
 
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Alexander Kerlek, from the United States of America (USA), discusses his experience as an international exchange student at Edith Cowan University (ECU), in Perth Western Australia. For more information, visit http://www.reachyourpotential.com.au/international
Foreign Exchange Student Programs for High School Students
 
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Please visit international student exchange program in http://www.best-student-exchange.com, it's differs from other foreign student exchange programs. None of the foreign exchange programs for high school students offers a low flat fee like www.best-student-exchange.com . Best foreign exchange program!
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International Student Exchanges: Remarks by Assistant Secretary Stock
 
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Today, we launch International Education Week with the release of the 2010 Open Doors annual report on international student mobility. International education is an economic and strategic imperative for the United States. The Open Doors report reaffirms America as the preferred destination for international students looking for an outstanding education. International enrollments in U.S. higher education institutions are at the highest levels ever. The benefits of these exchanges can be seen both at home and abroad. In the last academic year alone, nearly 700,000 international students attended our colleges and universities adding nearly $20 billion to the American economy. And after their studies here, these students return home to become leaders who understand our society and values. In turn, as Americans study abroad in a growing number of countries, they are better prepared to compete in a global economy. Last week, in speaking about exchanges, our Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, said it best, "Diplomacy does not just happen between government officials. It also happens between individuals, through people to people connections and student exchanges. These are some of the most important people to people connections we can have. For hundreds of thousands of students each year, exchanges promote mutual understanding and bring people of different nations together to share ideas and compare values. They also nurture leadership skills that prepare students for the challenges of the 21st century. The Department of State remains committed to these exchanges and we strongly support expanding study abroad opportunities to a diverse range of communities so that talented students around the world can tap into the power and possibility of international exchanges." During International Education Week, the State Department is highlighting the importance of study abroad opportunities, like the Gilman Scholarship for students from diverse backgrounds. Because of limited financial resources, these students have often not taken part in exchange programs. Earlier this morning, I met with five Gilman Scholars, who studied in Egypt, India, Japan, Jordan and Spain. Please stand and be recognized. This scholarship, named for the distinguished former New York Congressman Benjamin Gilman, supports study abroad for American undergraduates. Since its inception in 2001, nearly 8,800 scholarships have been awarded to students representing 894 colleges and universities in all 50 states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico. They studied in 116 countries world worldwide. Participation in the Gilman program from African-American, Latino, and Asian communities is two to three times greater than other U.S. study abroad programs. Nearly half of the Gilman scholars are first-generation college students. I know how important this is; I was the first person in my family to go to college. I also met with five "Opportunity" scholars from Brazil, Malaysia, Russia, South Africa, and Yemen who studied biometrics, biology, engineering and international relations. Please stand and be recognized. This program provides talented international students with a way to apply for and pursue a college education in America. Going forward, the Department of State will continue to seek ways to increase these vital people to people exchanges. I invite colleges, universities and community colleges throughout the United States to join our efforts. Encourage your students to apply for Fulbright and Gilman scholarships. Support your faculty members in applying for Fulbright awards. Sign up to host visiting scholars. Connect with our global EducationUSA advising network. These advisors are eager to create strategies to recruit international students and to develop study abroad programs. This is an opportunity for American and international students to work, study, and learn together. Thank you.
Welcome to CIEE J-1 Professional Exchange Programs
 
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Welcome to CIEE! Learn who we are and how we can help you host international interns or trainees. Learn more by visiting our website: https://www.ciee.org/partner/employers/interns-and-professional-trainees
Views: 1213 CIEE Work Exchanges
Why Should You Host a YES Exchange Student?
 
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Mohamad wasn't able to learn in the lab until he came to America to study with the YES exchange program. In the United States he discovered his love for chemistry. What he's done after has been truly remarkable. Learn more about the exciting work, and many opportunities for cultural exchange through the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs (ECA) at eca.state.gov ▹ ECA’S EXCHANGE PROGRAMS: exchanges.state.gov ________________________________________________________ Follow us on Social Media: ▹ TWITTER: twitter.com/ECAatState ▹ ASSISTANT SECRETARY TWITTER: twitter.com/ECA_AS ▹ INSTAGRAM: instagram.com/ExchangeOurWorld ; ▹ FACEBOOK: facebook.com/ExchangeProgramsatState
Student Exchanges: India
 
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Grade 11 student Kalkidan Amare didn't know quite what to expect when she signed up for our student exchange program and spent a term at Woodstock School in Mussoorie, India. Now back at SMUS, she talks about culture shock and educational differences.
Views: 6558 smustube
FIABCI-USA Exchanges Program welcomes new Intern to Miami
 
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Miami, Florida - November 14, 2016 FIABCI-USA exchange student, Johannes Kadoch, a FIABCI Young Member, is welcomed by Vivianne Swietelsky to Miami. Ms. Swietelsky, principal of VS Miami Properties Group at Coldwell Banker and Ambassador of the FIABCI Exchanges Committee, helped Johannes find an internship position in Miami. "I'm happy to be involved with the Exchanges Committee and very pleased to welcome the latest FIABCI-USA intern, Johannes Kadoch, to Miami!", said Ms. Swietelsky. Johannes, who is from Berlin, Germany, and is working on his degree in Real Estate Management from HTW-Berlin University, has just begun his internship at Patton Real Estate, a respected full-service commercial real estate firm with strong ties to the Miami community. When asked what his impressions were of Miami and his new internship position, Johannes replied, "I am very impressed with the city and very happy to be here, very satisfied. It's a great company!" Johannes has already begun work on a marketing project and creating a new website at Patton RE, and comments that he expects to take full advantage of this great learning opportunity during his 5-month internship. Through its Exchanges Committee, FIABCI (The International Real Estate Federation, http://www.fiabci.org/) promotes diversity, professionalism, and global outlook in young professionals and students interested in the International aspect of the real estate industry. The program helps FIABCI Young Members organize professional internships abroad, and allows participants to develop their skills, understand differences in real estate practices in another country, and start building their international career. Educational exchanges allow students to study their chosen real estate discipline abroad at a recognized academic institution. In addition to the professional, education and cultural benefits for participants and hosts, the Exchanges program provides excellent opportunities for networking and relationship-building. To find out more information for applying for a FIABCI exchange or to participate as a host, please contact the FIABCI Exchanges Committee, http://www.fiabci.org/committees.php/#exchanges or you may contact Vivianne Swietelsky, http://www.vsmiamiproperties.com/
Views: 178 Vivianne Swietelsky
Chinese Kids Driving Supercars: Inside the Secret Southern California Meet-up
 
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China’s ultra-rich are growing in number and in wealth - and are sending billions of dollars out of the country. Much of it is landing up in the U.S. where many children of the wealthy elite are sent to get an American college education — and they’re living large. Vocativ found a sub-culture of these Chinese students in California. They drive luxury cars like Maseratis and Ferraris and flaunt their wealth at discreet private parties and in online groups, like "Super Cars in America”. Subscribe! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=vocativvideo See more on our website: http://www.vocativ.com Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/vocativ Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Vocativ
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Experience America through a High School Exchange
 
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Study abroad opportunities for high school students to come to the U.S.: http://eca.state.gov/programs-initiatives/youth-programs Every year, the State Department brings almost 2,000 high school students from almost 50 countries to live with an American host family and go to high school for a year. They return home to make a difference in their communities and share what they learned in the United States. You could be one of those students! Check out the list of programs below, and find one that's right for you: A-SMYLE (American Serbia and Montenegro Youth Leadership Exchange): http://exchanges.state.gov/non-us/program/american-serbia-and-montenegro-youth-leadership-exchange CBYX (Congress-Bundestag Youth Exchange): http://exchanges.state.gov/us/program/congress-bundestag-youth-exchange http://www.usagermanyscholarship.org/how-to-host/  FLEX (Future Leaders Exchange): http://exchanges.state.gov/non-us/program/future-leaders-exchange YES (Kennedy-Lugar Youth Exchange and Study): http://exchanges.state.gov/non-us/program/kennedy-lugar-youth-exchange-study-yes http://www.yesprograms.org/participate
FLEX Program. How to become a finalist. +My experience
 
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This is a video about the 3 rounds you have to go through in order to become a finalist for the FLEX Program -More info https://exchanges.state.gov/non-us/program/future-leaders-exchange http://discoverflex.org/news-and-events/testing-information/ -Registration for the first round: Moldova http://americancouncils.md/flex_reg/
Views: 6780 Catalina Resetnic
International Student Exchange
 
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It's a Bittersweet time of year as we say goodbye to our current students and hello to our next group. Please, join our journey! If you would like more information please visit www.iseusa.com or call (631) 790-6907. Song Credit: Israel Kamakawiwo'ole Wonderful World/ Somewhere over the Rainbow
Views: 3134 ISE Long Island
Marie's International Student Exchange Journey
 
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Follow one of our international exchange students as she gives us a glimpse into what our cultural exchange program is all about. Through uniting these international students with loving, volunteer host families throughout the country, we are able to create friendships that extend kindness and good-will throughout the far corners of the world!
Exchange/Elective experience in Ghana
 
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video of how a student medical exchange(IFMSA) and Elective in Ghana feels like!
Views: 801 Bismark Adu-appiah
Student Exchange Programme: London
 
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Video of London for incoming Pharmacy Students on the Student Exchange Program. www.bpsa.co.uk/studentexchange
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What Is The Fulbright Program?
 
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The Fulbright Program is the U.S. Department of State's flagship international education and exchange program. Learn more about how the program began, how it is funded and how mutual understanding through people-to-people exchanges can lead to a more peaceful and prosperous world.
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MY INTERVIEW WITH A FRENCH PERSON!
 
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Check out my interview with our french exchange student Coralie! SUBSCRIBE THUMBS UP if she speaks English very well! I GOT A TWITTER! @AyItsMeHannahM MY TUMBLR: itsmehannahm.tumblr.com The program I used was the Junior Diplomat exchange program, and it's only for French/American exchanges, but it's awesome if you can do it!
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Online Info Session: Hosting an AFS Exchange Student
 
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www.afsusa.org/host-family
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What to expect when on a student exchange program
 
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The Cain family in New Zealand have hosted an overseas exchange student from France. Their daughter has also been on exchange to France with Student Exchange Australia New Zealand. In this interview they talk about how students on an exchange program experience everyday life. It puts the process into perspective. A very positive interview about the exchange program. Read more about Student Exchange hosting an overseas exchange student or going on exchange yourself here...http://studentexchange.org.au/
Student Exchange - Sean Watters-Quilty
 
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BA (Hons) Business and Marketing Management student Sean Watters-Quilty describes the positive experience he had on exchange at Old Dominion University in Virigina, USA Come follow us across social media to find out more about the Business School at Oxford Brookes: Facebook: facebook.com/brookesBS Twitter: twitter.com/brookesBS Instagram: instagram.com/brookesbusiness
Study in The USA
 
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Learn more EducationUSA here: http://educationusa.state.gov ▹ ABOUT ECA: http://eca.state.gov ▹ ECA’S EXCHANGE PROGRAMS: http://exchanges.state.gov ________________________________________________________ Follow us on Social Media: ▹ TWITTER: http://twitter.com/ECAatState ▹ ASSISTANT SECRETARY TWITTER: http://twitter.com/ECA_AS ▹ INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/ExchangeOurWorld ▹ FACEBOOK: http://facebook.com/ExchangeProgramsatState

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