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Exchange Programs 2015 Year in Review

2015 was an extraordinary year for exchange programs. Take a look at some of our favorite moments. Apply for an exchange program in 2016 exchanges.state.gov

Expansion of the EducationUSA Academy

The EducationUSA Academy aims to prepare international youth to pursue higher education in the United States by providing participants with the information, skills, and experience needed to submit strong applications for admission to U.S. colleges and universities.

Fulbright on the Millennial Trains Project: Lala, South Africa

The Millennial Trains Project (MTP) leads crowd-funded transcontinental train journeys for diverse groups of young innovators to explore America's new frontiers.

Lala, a participant from South Africa details her experience on the train studying obesity.

Secretary Kerry on 75 Years of Bridging the Last Three Feet

two students at computer

Secretary Kerry speaks on the 75th anniversary of international exchanges.

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What are International Exchange Programs

What are international exchange programs? We asked our social media communities to tell us what our exchange programs mean to them. Tag your thoughts with #ExchangesAre

Gain a Competitive Edge: Learn Hindi in India!

Anna Stewart, a Critical Language Scholarship (CLS) Alumna, tells us how learning Hindi in India on her CLS gave her a competitive edge!

Enhance Your Career: Learn Turkish in Turkey!

Liz Clark, a Critical Language Scholarship (CLS) alumna, tells about how learning Turkish on her CLS program helped enhanced her career.

Gain Cultural Competency: Learn Japanese in Japan!

Grace Meng, a Critical Language Scholarship (CLS) alumna, tells us about the CLS program enhanced her career in nursing.

Make an Impact: Learn Chinese in China!

Ryan Mandado, a Critical Language Scholarship (CLS) alumnus, tells us about why he chose to study Chinese.

Experience America through a High School Exchange

Youth exchange participant and host family.

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.

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