Agency Specific Information
The President's University Student Exchange (1,000/1,000 student
exchange) provides grants to U.S. educational, cultural, and other
nonprofit institutions to support undergraduate exchanges between the
United States and the
to promote mutual understanding.
With the use of 2 to 6 week single country grants, American experts
consult with academics and professionals at foreign educational or other
key institutions about specific issues, such as curriculum or institutional
development, or conduct academic or professional seminars/workshops
for foreign audiences.
America House Program
This program plans for the opening and initial operation of an America
House in Kiev, Ukraine; Alma Ata, Kazakhstan; and Vladivostok, Russia.
America House facilities will function as a base for visiting American
technical advisers, teachers, government experts, and volunteers carrying
out both U.S. government and private sector assistance programs.
With funding from
helped translate books in six
The Business for Russia Program arranges 1 month U.S. based internships
to provide Russian entrepreneurs with practical knowledge of a market
economy and to promote a supportive business environment for the
participants upon their return to Russia. Russians are hosted by groups in
local American communities and stay with host families.
This program provided training for 30 officials representing the foreign
ministers of Armenia, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova,
Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, and Uzbekistan in the establishment of
a diplomatic service. Two 2 week workshops were held in Salzburg,
Fulbright Scholars and
The Fulbright program exchanges U.S. and foreign faculty lecturers,
researchers, and graduate students for one semester to one academic year.