The available materials and online resources (Syllabus, Flyer, Video report) will prove helpful tools in understanding more about this awesome summer program. For more information, contact the Ivanhoe International Center at firstname.lastname@example.org
We recommend that students apply for accommodation as soon as possible after they have received their letter of admission. We guarantee housing for all our exchange students.
It is very important that your students let us know if they should choose another accommodation.
Our website is under construction. Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you do not find what you are looking for or if you need any further information.
Attached you can also find a PDF file of our information brochure.
We look forward to hearing from you, and we hope to welcome your students for exchange to Østfold University College!
CEAIE – Teach in China program will prepare participants by enrolling them in a TEFL certificate program before they step into a classroom. Round-Trip tickets from the U.S. to China, visa support, free housing, and a month of vacation are some of the benefits of the program.
Join now to listen in to our final webinar for the season. May 1st at 1:00 p.m. EST. There will be the chance for Q&A and also get some advice about the application.
The deadline to apply is May 7th, so don’t delay!
The China Educational Association of International Exchange (CEAIE) program will be a chance for teachers from Australia, Canada, New Zealand, United Kingdom, or the United States of America to live and work in China for twelve months.
The aim of the program is to promote language exchange and mutual understanding among young people at home and abroad and to improve foreign language education in Chinese schools, CEAIE has been working together with partner organizations overseas to provide opportunities for young people and experienced teachers to work as language teachers in Chinese school at all levels since 2005. More than 1,000 international English teachers came to China by participating in Teach in China Program.
The application is live and additional information, including key dates, requirements, and eligibility criteria, are available on the website.
The China Educational Association of International Exchange (CEAIE) program will be a chance for experienced teachers to live and work in China for twelve months. The aim of the program is to promote language exchange and mutual understanding among young people at home and abroad and to improve foreign language education in Chinese schools. CEAIE has been working together with partner organizations overseas to provide opportunities for young people and experienced teachers to work as language teachers in Chinese schools at all levels since 2005.
CEAIE is seeking candidates who:
Are a native speaker of English
Have a bachelor’s degree or above
Interested in teaching and living in China
Have teaching experience
Program benefits include:
Round-trip flight from U.S. to China
DEADLINE: Interested candidates should applyby May 7, 2018
Indonesia is the largest archipelagic state in the world, with more than 17.000 islands, 6 million square km of waters and more than 91.000 km of coastal lines. It harbors 75% of all known marine life, 23 % of global mangroves and 30.000 square km of seagrass. However, the country also ranks as the second in the world (behind China) for dumping plastic into the sea.
Last year, in 2017, the small village Pemuteran in North Bali won the national award for Sustainable Tourism, receiving gold for green culture and green environment. So we have been wondering what it needs for a humble village like Pemuteran to receive such a high credit and how sustainability is implemented into the daily life of the local communities in Bali?
You have signed up for a 15-week upskill semester program or a 4-week summer course in Bali and still feel, that you would like to get more of your time abroad? You could opt for a volunteer position to get a deeper understanding of Bali culture and become socially involved. But for a more professional experience, an internship in Bali is definitely something that will give you a deeper understanding of the Asian working culture and will give you even more expertise in your desired study field.
Every single person in the world produces waste and as such is part of a non-sustainable society. A lot of waste doesn’t even make it to the landfill. Instead, it clutters the sides of roads and water courses and ends up in the ocean. Beyond the overconsumption problem, landfills aren’t a suitable solution either.
Our team will be present at the most important international event for anyone involved in marine conservation: The 5th International Marine Conservation Congress – IMCC5. This scientific meeting is the global gathering spot for presenting and discussing new researches and developments in marine conservation science and practice.