EducationUSA Brings visiting university to English Access Students

March 19 – 20, 2019 Even though the University of Central Oklahoma has been successful in recruiting students in Côte d’Ivoire through their relationship with a local university, the University always seeks the guidance of the EducationUSA Center to put them in contact with qualified students. Nina Toyo, the EducationUSA Advisor was called upon by ...
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The U.S. Embassy launches the recruitment cycle of the 2019 – 2020 CCIP Program

The U.S. Embassy launches the recruitment cycle of the 2019 – 2020 Community College Initiative Program The Community College Initiative Program (CCIP) – A unique opportunity for BAC+3 Students and BTS holders!!! It offers a 1-year non degree scholarship for community colleges in fields such as Agriculture, Applied Engineering, Public Safety, Business Management and Administration, ...
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Launching of Community College Initiative Program (CCIP) Scholarship 2017-2018

The Community College Initiative Program (CCIP) – A unique opportunity for BAC+3 Students and BTS holders!!! It offers a 1-year non degree scholarship for community colleges in fields such as Agriculture, Applied Engineering, Management, Business Administration, Preschool Education, Computer Science and Media, Tourism and Hotel Management. For more information, please join us: November 16, 2016 ...
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2017 Mandela Washington Fellowship For Young African Leaders Application

The 2017 Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders application is now open!  Don’t miss your chance to have access to a six-week training course at a top U.S. university in one of three different tracks: Business and Entrepreneurship, Civic Leadership or Public Management. Applications are due by October 26! To apply click here  : http://goo.gl/LbNZh7 Fellowship Application Process ...
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U.S. EDUCATION MISSION TO AFRICA BRINGS 19 U.S. COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES TO CÔTE D’IVOIRE

25 Higher Education Institutions to Create Partnerships, Promote U.S. Higher Education in Sub-Saharan Africa U.S. Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Industry & Analysis Marcus Jadotte today announced he will lead 25 U.S. colleges and universities on an education trade mission to Côte d’Ivoire, Ghana, and South Africa, March 7-13.   The delegation will recruit students to ...
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New report shows Ivoirian students in the U.S. increases by 10 percent

The 2015 Open Doors Report produced by the International Educational Exchange (IIE) finds the number of students from Côte d’Ivoire enrolled in U.S. colleges and universities increased from 1,116 students in 2014 to 1,227 in 2015.  This increase of 10 percent is notably higher than the overall eight percent increase for sub-Saharan Africa, from 31, ...
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Sandrine N’Doly Kraidy to Participate in International Visitor Leadership Program

ABIDJAN – The Embassy of the United States in Abidjan is pleased to announce that Mrs. Sandrine N’Doly Kraid has been invited to the United States to attend an International Visitor Leadership Program (IVLP) entitled “Women Leaders: Promoting peace and security”.  Through this program, participants will examine the current and historical roles of women in ...
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Mr. Beman Diarassouba, Mr. Mathieu Gnezie Boga and Mr. Alex Boya Cresson Kouigon to Attend Study of the U.S. Institutes for Scholar and English Access

The Embassy of the United States is pleased to announce that Mr. Beman Diarassouba, Mr.  Mathieu Gnezie Boga, and Mr. Alex Boya Cresson Kouigon have been invited to attend respectively the U.S. Department of State’s Study of the United States Institute for Secondary School Educators, and the English Access Microscholarship Program. The Institute, which offers ...
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