The Hubert H. Humphrey Fellowship Program for Ethiopians:
Each year, the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Education and Cultural Affairs offers mid-career professionals the opportunity to pursue graduate-level academic course work with professional development activities through the Humphrey Program. While the Program does not offer a degree, it does provide broad, professional enrichment through a combination of activities tailored to each Fellow’s interest. Humphrey Fellowships are limited to one academic year, preceded, if appropriate by a period of English-language training. More information: Application season for the program is from April to July of every year. Please visit our website for application announcement during this period.
The Study of the U.S. Summer Institutes:
Summer Institutes are six-week academic programs for multinational groups of university faculty from outside the United States. Institutes are held at university campuses throughout the U.S. and focus on a particular theme or topic in American studies. 18-30 foreign educators participate in each Institute.