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See application information below for opportunities for individuals, organizations, universities, and alumni. 

Note that many programs are not accepting applications at this time. For general questions, please contact, or see contact information for individual projects.

Approaching Deadlines

Due - May 31, 2016

IREX seeks U.S. community-based, non-profit or other organizations, government offices or legislative bodies that have successfully implemented innovative community, civic engagement, or public private partnership projects to host, mentor and guide Community Solutions leaders.

Due - June 1, 2016
World Smarts STEM Challenge

Applications are open for the 2016 World Smarts STEM Challenge. Teachers in Ghana must apply by May 24, 2016. Teachers in the US must apply by June 1, 2016.

Due - TBD
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The application for the Global Undergraduate Exchange Program in Eurasia & Central Asia (Global UGRAD)  is now closed. Please visit the webpage of the U.S. Embassy in your home country for application information.

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Global UGRAD

IREX welcomes applications from all institutions of higher education able to provide an intensive, dynamic, and high-quality undergraduate education and a memorable cultural experience.

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Applications for the 2016 Teaching Excellence and Achievement Program (TEA) are now closed.

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IREX is no longer accepting applications for the STG Program.

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The Community Solutions program welcomes community leaders from 67 countries around the globe to apply for a chance to participate in a four month U.S. fellowship with a local organization.

Due - TBD
U.S. Department of State

Applications for the Crimea UGRAD program are now closed.

Due - TBD

IREX maintains a registry of interested US colleges and universities who would like to apply for subgrants to host international teachers from a variety of programs, including the International Leaders in Education Program and the Teaching Excellence and Achievement Programs (Global, Turkey, and Pakistan).

Hosting international teacher programs is a wonderful way to bring diversity and a global perspective to your undergraduate and graduate education programs, entire campus, and local area schools. Faculty and administrators previously involved with similar programs have developed long-term personal and professional contacts across the globe.

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