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11th Annual US Education Fair Listing of Participating Universities And Organizations.

• American Center (Moscow, Russia)
• American Councils for International Education: ACTR/ACCELS Moscow, Russia
• American University in Bulgaria (Sofia, Bulgaria)
• The American University of Paris (Paris, France)
• Berkeley College (New York, NY, USA)
• British American College London (London, UK)
• California State University, Hayward/The Institute of Business and Economics (Hayward, California, USA/Moscow, Russia)
• CEU: Central European University (Budapest, Hungary)
• Dartmouth College (Hanover, New Hampshire, USA)
• EF Education (Moscow, Russia)
• Fairleigh Dickinson University (Teaneck, New Jersey, USA)
• Ford Foundation International Fellowships Program/Institute of International Education (Moscow, Russia)
• Foreign Languages and Studies Abroad Magazine (Moscow, Russia)
• The Fulbright Program in Russia (Moscow, Russia)
• IREX (the International Research & Exchanges Board)(Moscow, Russia)
• Minnesota State University Moorhead (Moorhead, MN, USA)
• Monterey Institute of International Studies (Monterey, CA, USA)
• Moscow University Touro (Moscow, Russia)
• Pericles American Business and Legal Education Center (Moscow, Russia)
• Randolph-Macon Woman's College (Lynchburg, VA, USA)
• Santa Monica College (Santa Monica, CA, USA)
• St. John's University (Jamaica, NY, USA)
• STAR Travel - Student Travel Agency Russia (Moscow, Russia)
• Stephen F. Austin State University / The American English Language Institute (Nacogdoches, TX, USA)
• Student Management Group and International Student Exchange (Babylon, NY, USA)
• Study Group (New York, NY, USA)
• STUDY IN. Education Without Borders Magazine (Moscow, Russia)
• Swarthmore College (Swarthmore, PA, USA)
• Texas Christian University (Fort Worth, TX, USA)
• University of Arizona, Center for English as a Second Language (Tucson, AZ, USA)
• University of Evansville (Evansville, IN, USA)
• Utica College (Utica, NY, USA)

American Center[Top]

Representatives: Marisa Fushille, Director, Anna Britaeva, Deputy Director

Contact: Nikoloyamskaya Ulitsa, 1
109189 Moscow, Russia
Phone: (095) 777 65 30
Fax: (095) 777 65 34

The American Center in Moscow is a public library modeled after an American library. It provides library and reference services and hosts cultural and educational programs for up to 300 visitors a day. The Moscow Center is the largest in a network of 25 American Centers and Corners ( across Russia. Patrons of the American Center have attended lectures on topics ranging from the history of racial tolerance to the poetry of rock and roll. Visitors can watch award-winning films, chat with native speakers of English, read Business Week or Architectural Digest and then check out their favorite novel to read at home. Both students and teachers conduct research at the American Center library. Representatives of the press, non-governmental organizations, business, and cultural and educational institutions hold seminars at the American Center and come to the Center for current, accurate information about the United States.

American Councils for International Education: ACTR/ACCELS[Top]

Representatives: Erin Doran, Senior Program Officer, Junior Faculty Development Program Angie Glukhov, Senior Program Officer, Muskie/FSA Graduate Fellowship Program

Contact: Leninsky Prospekt, 2
119049, Moscow , Russia
Phone: (095) 237 91 16, 956 78 05

The American Councils for International Education: ACTR/ACCELS is a not-for-profit educational, training, and consulting organization specializing in the countries of Eastern Europe, Russia, and Eurasia. American Councils programs include academic exchange, professional training, institution building, research, materials development, technical assistance, and consulting. Founded in 1974 as the American Council of Teachers of Russian (ACTR), the American Councils has worked to advance research, training, and materials development in the fields of Russian and English language; strengthen communication within and between the communities of scholars and educators in language, literature, and area studies in the United States and CIS; and further educational reform through education, training, institution building, and technical assistance.

American University in Bulgaria[Top]

Representatives: Marianna Skuratovska, CEU Program Coordinator

Contact: 8, Slaveykov Square,
Sofia 1000, Bulgaria
Phone: (359 2) 980 37 13
Fax: (359 2) 980 33 07

The American University in Bulgaria (AUBG), based in Blagoevgrad and Sofia, is an American-style, liberal arts educational institution in the heart of new Europe. It offers educational opportunities to more than 800 students from over 27 countries in the fields of Economics, Business Administration, Computer Science, History, Journalism and Mass Communications, Mathematics, Political Science, International Relations, European studies and Southeast European Studies. During the past twelve years AUBG has developed into a highly successful and valued institution, which achieved full independent accreditation in the United States and its diplomas are internationally recognized. The value of the AUBG education is reflected in its 1,300 alumni. Though still young, many of these alumni already occupy leadership positions in regional and international organizations in all parts of the world.

The American University of Paris[Top]

Representatives: Randy Vener, Supervisor of Financial Aid/Senior Admissions Counselor Peter Hammer, Senior Admissions Counselor

Contact: 6 rue du Colonel Combes
Paris, 75007, France
Phone: (33 1) 40 62 07 20
Fax: (33 1) 47 05 34 32

The American University of Paris, founded in 1962 on the American model of higher education, provides undergraduate degrees in the liberal arts and sciences in fourteen different majors. AUP is an urban institution located in the seventh arrondissement of Paris, near the Eiffel Tower and the Seine. 80% of full-time faculty members hold a doctoral degree from the world's most distinguished graduate schools. Beginning September 2004, the university will offer its first Master's degree, a French/English bilingual Master's degree in International Affairs, Conflict Resolution, and International Solidarity. In Fall 2005, the university will launch Paris' first professional Master of Finance degree. AUP is accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools.

Berkeley College[Top]

Representatives: Gregory Barattini, International Admissions Consultant

Contact: International Admissions Office
535 Fifth Avenue, Fourth Floor, NYC, NY 10017
Phone: (212) 687 37 30

An undergradate business speciality school with 5 campuses in New York City and the metropolitan New York and New Jersey area, is 70 years old and fully accredited. It offers only courses in business, and features a 6 month internship program which all students must complete before graduation. Students are placed in their field by the school. Because it is on the quarter system, students can finish a 4 year degree in only 3 years. Berkeley is a private school, and some scholarship assistance is available. On-campus ESL programs help students learn English before beginning their studies. 500 TOEFL, or completion of ESL program, required.

British American College London[Top]

Representatives: Spencer Coles, External Relations Manager

Contact: Regent's College
Regent's Park, London, NWI 4NS, UK
Phone: (44) 207 487 7505
Fax: (44) 207 487 7425

Situated in the heart of Regent's Park, the British American College London is close to all the facilities of London, one of the world's greatest cities, yet enjoys the peaceful tranquility of a beautiful royal park setting. The undergraduate degree programs are Management (without an emphasis); Management with an emphasis in International Business; Management with an emphasis in Marketing; Media Communications; Psychology; Social Science; and International Relations.
The British American College London operates on a rolling admissions policy for either autumn, spring or summer semesters and accepts students with American, British, and other international secondary qualifications. Scholarships of up to 50% tuition fees are available.

California State University, Hayward/ Institute of Business and Economics, Moscow[Top]

Representatives: Svetlana Avrutskaya, Program Manager, Andrey Korolev, MBA Program Manager

Contact: For information in Moscow:
Phone: (095) 564 86 19
Fax: (095) 433 25 08

For undergraduate or graduate studies in California:

For the American Language Program in California:

California State University, Hayward, offers graduate studies in Finance, Strategic Management, and Marketing in Moscow and undergraduate, graduate and English language studies in the San Francisco Bay Area. The Moscow MBA is offered in partnership with the Institute of Business and Economics and is fully accredited in the United States. The Moscow program was established at the Academy of National Economy in 1993 and is the first AACSB-accredited American MBA to be offered in the Russian Federation. Over 640 Russian managers have successfully completed the program, and 200 are currently enrolled. The Moscow MBA has been ranked the Number One MBA Program in Russia by Kariera Magazine since 1998. In December 2000 the program was also ranked the Number One MBA Program by an Expert Committee of the Russian Ministry of Education.

Central European University[Top]

Representatives: Marianna Skuratovska, Program Coordinator

Contact: Nador utca, Budapest 1051, Hungary
Phone: (36 1) 327 30 09
Fax: (36-1) 327 32 11

Central European University (CEU) was established in 1991 as an institution committed to promoting educational development throughout Central and Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union. Starting with 2000, CEU expanded its outreach beyond the CEE/fSU region to actively recruit students from other countries experiencing emerging democracies, as well as students from established democracies. CEU is a unitary institution, under a common Board of Trustees and Senate. The language of instruction and communication is English. Continued priority concerning the awarding of financial aid is given to students from countries of the post-communist world and emerging democracies. However, students from all over the world are eligible to apply for financial aid from CEU.

Dartmouth College[Top]

Representatives: Leonid Vindman, Alumnus

Contact: 6016 McNutt Hall
Hanover, NH 03755
Phone: (603) 646-2875
Fax: (603) 646-1216

Founded in 1769, Dartmouth is a private, four-year, undergraduate institution with graduate schools of business, engineering and medicine and 16 graduate programs in the arts and sciences. Located in the small, picturesque New England town of Hanover in New Hampshire, it is only a few hours away from New York and Boston. The student body of 4,250 undergraduates represents every state of the U.S. and over 52 nations around the world. Dartmouth's unique blend of university resources with a college's focus on undergraduate education offers small classes and a choice amongst 1,350 courses in 28 departments and 45 standard majors. Dartmouth's graduate programs are small and selective and are designed to provide more flexibility than the traditional master's or Ph.D. programs usually allow. Admissions decisions are made based on academic merit and Dartmouth is committed to providing students with the financial support necessary to enable their attendance.

EF Education[Top]

Representatives: Evgenia Savkova, Country Product Manager/Cultural Care Au Pair Olga Schipkova, Country Product Manager/EF Academic Programs

Contact: 1st Brestskaya Ulitsa, 15, 5th floor
125047, Moscow, Russia
Phone: (095) 937-3888
Fax: (095) 937-3877

EF is the largest educational organization in the world with offices and schools in 40 countries. EF has been specializing in overseas study programs for all ages and needs for nearly 50 years. EF offers short and long-term programs, specialized courses for university preparation with a business focus, University Placement Service, and cultural exchange programs (Cultural Care Au Pair in USA). EF offers an 11-month MBA program at its own HIBS University in Boston - (currently ranked #3 among Massachusetts Business Schools).

Fairleigh Dickinson University[Top]

Representatives: Barbara L. Heissenbuttel Associate Director of International and Graduate Admissions

Contact: 1000 River Road,
Teaneck, NJ 07666
Phone: (201) 692-2205
Fax: (201) 692-2560

Fairleigh Dickinson is a private university with campuses in metropolitan New York City, central New Jersey, and Wroxton, England. FDU offers 100 bachelors, masters and doctoral degree programs to students from 82 countries. Popular programs include: MBA, engineering, computers, MIS, e-Commerce, business, international relations, psychology, communications, fine arts, biology, marine biology, electronic filmmaking, and nursing. FDU is a leader in global education and offers a one-year Global MBA in the U.S. and abroad, international scholarships and paid internship programs for undergraduates. Open Doors lists FDU among the most popular universities for international students pursuing a Master's degree.

Ford Foundation International Fellowships Program/Institute of International Education[Top]

Representatives: Oksana Oracheva, Program Director for Russian Federation, Dmitry Sherbakov, Deputy Program Director for Russian Federation

Contact: 125009 Moscow
Ul. Tverskaya 16/2, building 3, office 1
Phone: (095) 935-8353
Fax: (095) 937-5418

The International Fellowships Program (IFP) provides opportunities for advanced study to exceptional individuals who will use this education to become leaders in their respective fields, furthering development in their own countries and greater economic and social justice worldwide. To ensure that Fellows are drawn from diverse backgrounds, IFP actively seeks candidates from social groups and communities that lack systematic access to higher education. Fellows are chosen on the basis of their leadership potential and commitment to community or national service, as well as for academic excellence. Fellows may enroll in master's or doctoral programs and may pursue any academic discipline or field of study that is consistent with the interests and goals of the Ford Foundation.

Foreign Languages and Studies Abroad Magazine[Top]

Representatives: Olga Tereshkova, Head of Courier Department Nadejda Torbina, Deputy Head of the Courier Department

Contact: Suschevskaya ul., 21
127055, Moscow, Russia
Phone: (095) 787-6330, 787-6252
Fax: (095) 787-6330, 787-6252

The Foreign Languages and Studies Abroad full-color magazine is published monthly with 40 pages plus cover and a circulation of 25,000 issues. It is distributed for free at embassies, travel agencies, universities, colleges, libraries, banks and business centers. The magazine usually features the following three topics: information on educational consulting centers and groups; the main article of the issue (i.e. system of education of any country, or a component of a training program); and traveling and studying abroad - personal insights.

The Fulbright Program in Russia [Top]

Representatives: Elena Shabashova, Assistant Program Officer

Contact: ul. Tverskaya, d.16/2, building 3, office 1
125009, Moscow, Russia
Phone: (095) 935-8353
Fax: (095) 937-5418

Established by an Act of Congress in 1946, the Fulbright Program is the oldest and best-known academic exchange program funded by the US government. In Russia our focus is on the arts, humanities, and social sciences. We offer grants to Russian senior scholars to conduct research or teach at leading American universities. We provide grants for Russian university graduates to attend an American university in order to: pursue a two-year master's degree program; spend one year taking either non-degree coursework or conducting research in preparation for a kandidatskaya dissertation; or spend one year taking non-degree coursework together with an internship in community/public service or working as a Russian language teaching assistant. We also arrange placements for American scholars and students at host universities across the Russian Federation. Fulbright grants are awarded annually through a merit-based, open competition.

IREX (the International Research & Exchanges Board)[Top]

Representatives: Carol Sorrenti, EPD Director, Moscow, Russia

Contact: Gazetny per. 5, 6th Floor
103918 Moscow, Russia
Phone: (095) 234-0144, 956-0978
Fax: (095) 956-0977

IREX (the International Research & Exchanges Board) is an international nonprofit organization specializing in education, independent media, Internet development, and civil society programs in the United States, Europe, Eurasia, the Middle East and North Africa, and Asia. IREX facilitates the international exchange of students, scholars, and professionals. IREX has nearly 40 years of international education experience in all elements of exchange management, ranging from participant recruitment and selection, cultural orientation, intensive English instruction, academic preparation, and participant placement and monitoring to alumni development. Areas of expertise include the following:
• Educational advising
• Standardized testing
• Study, research, and internships abroad
• Fellowship administration

Minnesota State University Moorhead[Top]

Representatives: Irina Gubareva, Alumna

Contact: 1104 7th Avenue South, Moorhead, MN 56563, USA
Phone: (218) 477-2956
Fax: (218) 477-5928

Minnesota State University Moorhead, established in 1887, is a public university dedicated to strong liberal arts and professional programs. MSUM enrolls approximately 7,600 students, nearly one third of whom live on campus. MSUM offers more than 100 majors, emphases and options, which lead to bachelor's, master's, and specialist degrees. Campus features include the Planetarium and Science Center telescope, and observatory, art gallery, electronic music lab/recording studio, TV studio, radio station, greenhouse, materials testing and metallurgy lab, and glass blowing studio. The Fargo (ND) and Moorhead area has a combined population of approx. 150,000, and for its size has one of the lowest crime rates in the nation.

Monterey Institute of International Studies[Top]

Representatives: Dr. Edward J. Salazar, Alumnus, Maria Kalitina, Alumna

Contact: Monterey Institute of International Studies
460 Pierce St., Monterey, CA, 93940
Phone: (831) 647-4123
Fax: (831) 647-6624

The Monterey Institute of International Studies is a small, fully accredited professional school located on the beautiful Monterey Peninsula in Monterey, California. The Institute offers international, practical, language-based training in business (MBA), public administration (MPA), policy studies (MAIPS), environmental policy (MAIEP), commercial diplomacy (MACD), language teaching (MATESOL and MATFL). MIIS offers the only MA in the United States in Russian-English translation and interpretation.
About 40 percent of the Institute's 700 students are from more than fifty countries other than the United States. The Center for Nonproliferation Studies (CNS), founded at the Institute, has grown to become the world's largest non-governmental organization devoted to curbing the spread of weapons of mass destruction.

Moscow University Touro[Top]

Representatives: Svetlana Pavlova, Vice Rector, Michael Glatt, Vice Rector

Contact: Podsosensky pereulok,20/12, stroenie 1
105062, Moscow, Russia
Phone: (095) 917 4169, 917 4052, 917 3311, 917 3322

Moscow University Touro offers students the unique opportunity to obtain an American-accredited business education without leaving Russia. Students study in English with Western professors in an environment identical to that of a university in America. Our commitment to excellence in education and our long experience in bringing an American business education to Russia make Moscow University Touro a unique and exciting place to study. MUT offers a Bachelor of Science program, Master of Business Administration program, Master of Science and Master of Laws, and English as a Second Language program. Prospective students and corporate clients are welcome to visit our campus. We'll be happy to show you around.

Pericles American Business and Legal Education Project[Top]

Representatives: Marian Dent, Dean, Maria Tyurnikova, Admimistrative Assistant

Contact: Tverskaya ulitsa, d. 10, suite 319
125009 Moscow, Russia
Phone: (095) 292-6463, 292-5188

Since 1996, Pericles ABLE has been Moscow's leader in providing an American legal education in Moscow, as well as providing GMAT, GRE and TOEFL preparation. We operate the first LL.M. (Master of Laws in American Business Law) program in Moscow with a full offering of legal skills courses. Our law students include lawyers from the top law firms in Russia as well as 5th year law students. Pericles GMAT, GRE and TOEFL students consistently report scores in the 90th percentile, and many go on to study at the top MBA and graduate programs in the world. All courses are taught entirely in English by fully qualified Western professors.

Randolph-Macon Woman's College[Top]

Representatives: Ekaterina D'yakonova, Alumna

Contact: 2500 Rivermont Avenue
Lynchburg, Virginia 24503-1526 USA
Phone: (434) 947-8100

Randolph-Macon Woman's College is a private, four-year liberal arts college located in the mountains of Virginia. The college offers strong academics with 28 major programs and emphases; most popular majors being psychology, biology, international studies, and economics. There is a strong commitment to international students in the services the College provides as well as the diversity found on campus. Currently, the student body of 750 students represents 43 states and 46 different countries. All international students are eligible for merit scholarships ($5,000-$13,000 each year) when they apply to the College. All students at R-MWC live on campus in one of six residence halls.

Santa Monica College[Top]

Representatives: Gregory Barattini, International Admissions Consultant

Contact: International Admissions Office, 1900 Pico Blvd.,
Santa Monica, CA, 90405, USA
Phone: (617) 333 4941

Santa Monica College, a public community college founded in 1929, is home to 30,000 students, including 3,000 who are international. The school offers low tuition, a wide range of majors, an outstanding location near the beach and Los Angeles, with perfect year round weather. Many come to SMC to complete the first two years of university, then transfer to the schools of the prestigious University of California system--UCLA, UC Berkeley, for example. More students transfer to these schools from SMC than from any other school. The campus, occupying 14 hectares, features every facility, including a brand new library, swimming pool, computers and athletic facilities. SMC accepts students with a 450 TOEFL or, without the TOEFL, if they complete the on-campus intensive English program, which is open to non-College students as well.

St. John's University[Top]

Representatives: Marianne Hodge, Assistant Director, Office of International Admission

Contact: Office of Admission
106 Newman Hall
8000 Utopia Parkway
Jamaica, New York 11439
Phone: (718) 990-6324

One of America's leading Catholic universities, St. John's University offers acclaimed academics, high-tech resources, and access to all the excitement of New York City. Our students choose from nearly 100 academic majors in five undergraduate divisions: St. John's College of Liberal Arts and Sciences; the Peter J. Tobin College of Business; the School of Education; the College of Pharmacy and Allied Health professions, and the College of Professional Studies. St. John's has three wireless, residential New York City campuses. Close to 1,000 international students from 148 foreign countries currently live and learn at St. John's, where they enjoy many special services.

STAR Travel[Top]

Representatives: Ekaterina Egorova, Work Programs Coordinator, Alexei Golovlev, Travel Agent

Contact: Ulitsa Baltiyskaya, 9, 3rd floor
125178, Moscow, Russia
Phone: (095) 797-9555
Fax: (095) 797-9554

STAR Travel has 14 offices in Russia and 6 offices in Moscow. We specialize in student travel services: exclusive flight deals on most of the airlines, student IDs (ISICs), youth cards GO25 and ITICs for teachers, booking of Youth Hostels world-wide. We also offer international exchange programs such as Internships and Work & Travel for students in the USA. They provide students with opportunity to improve their English, gain significant work experience in the foreign country and get acquainted with different culture and people.

Stephen F. Austin State University / The American English Language Institute[Top]

Representatives: Matthew L. Partridge, Coordinator

Contact: P.O. Box 6152 Nacogdoches, TX 75962
Phone: (936) 468 2803
Fax: (936) 468 2190

Located in the oldest town in Texas, The American English Language Institute (AELI) at Stephen F. Austin State University gives students the necessary English skills to enter and succeed in academic programs at any university in the United States. Students who successfully complete AELI requirements are admitted to our degree programs without TOEFL. SFA is a comprehensive university offering 83 undergraduate and 36 graduate programs. The AELI provides a full range of intensive instruction in the following areas: Academic Writing, Oral Communication, Grammar (Practical and Academic), Reading for Information, TOEFL Preparation, SAT/ACT/GRE/GMAT Preparation, American Life and Culture.

Student Management Group and International Student Exchange[Top]

Representatives: Luke Frerichs, Vice President - Marketing FLS International

Contact: 119 Cooper Street, Babylon, NY 11702
Phone: (631) 893-4540
Fax: (631) 893-4550

Student Management Group and International Student Exchange (ISE) offers public and private high school, academic year programs in the United States. We offer Pre-Academic Year programs as well as Orientation programs. ISE offers the short-term (1-3 month) program for individuals throughout the United States. In addition, ISE offers the Work and Travel program, in addition to the 6-18 month Trainee Program. ISE has also created a new program in which it represents several English-speaking universities around the world, as well as Foundation/Access programs. ISE operates several high school academic year programs, short-term stays, and university programs in Canada.

Study Group[Top]

Representatives: Maria Ryzhikova, Marketing Coordinator, Diana Chuyko, Marketing Coordinator

Contact: Level 2, 330 7th Avenue,New York, NY 10001
Phone: (212) 497 0050

Study Group is a global provider of education and career opportunities, and is part of the Daily Mail & General Trust plc, one of the world's longest-established and most successful media companies. There are 2 information offices in St Petersburg and Moscow for over seven years. Study Group provides all education possibilities from children wishing to attend summer language courses through to top managers requiring an MBA qualification. Study group therefore consists of the following divisions: English Language Courses, High School Placement, University Preparation, University Placement, University Degree Programs, Career Training. These programs are offered throughout the UK, Ireland, USA, Canada, Australia and New Zealand.

STUDY IN. Education Without Borders Magazine[Top]

Representatives: Sergey Zinchenko, Publisher and Editor-in-Chief

Contact: Ulitsa Kedrova 8, building 3, UNESCO Institute
117292, Moscow, Russia
Phone: (095) 718-0888, 718-0979
Fax: (095) 129-3136

Education-Service Publishing House presents STUDY IN. Education Without Borders, a full-color monthly magazine devoted to education in Russia and abroad. The magazine publishes educational news, analytical articles about choosing a profession and university program, profiles of foreign institutes and schools, hot ratings, and advice on language courses and educational programs around the world. Experts' advice, specialists' opinions, and articles about personal experiences of those who have attended foreign schools and universities, make STUDY IN a real help in choosing educational programs and a career. The STUDY IN is published in cooperation with the UNESCO Institute of Information Technologies in Education.

Swarthmore College[Top]

Representatives: Sara Michael, Alumna, Ann Domorad, Alumna

Contact: 500 College Avenue
Swarthmore, PA 19081, USA
Phone: (610) 328-8300
Fax: (610) 328-8580

Swarthmore is a private college of liberal arts and engineering for men and women, located near Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Founded by Quakers, but now nonsectarian, Swarthmore is proud of its campuswide atmosphere of respect for, and appreciation of, differences and backgrounds. Swarthmore has one of the lowest student-faculty ratios in the country (8:1). Besides its renowned, highly rigorous academic program and special Honors Program, Swarthmore offers abundant service-learning opportunities, interdisciplinary work, intramural sports and clubs, and domestic and international study opportunities. Over 1,400 undergraduates from 50 states and 43 countries attend Swarthmore, situated on 357-acre campus that is an officially designated arboretum.

Texas Christian University/Neely School of Business[Top]

Representatives: Aida Vardanyan, Alumna

Contact: P.O. Box 298540, Fort Worth,
TX 76129, USA
Phone: (817) 257-7989
Fax: (817) 257-6431

The Neeley School at TCU combines the personalized, interactive learning environment of a private university with the internationally recognized faculty and vast learning resources of a major research institution. Innovative programs provide for unique practical learning experiences, such as professional summer internships and the Educational Investment Fund through which students manage a portfolio of $1.5 million. TCU is located in one of the most dynamic business centers in the United States -- the Dallas/ Fort Worth Metroplex in Texas. TCU's close ties to the business community translate into relevant academic experience, extensive networking opportunities and frequent interaction with the business community.

University of Arizona, Center for English as a Second Language[Top]

Representatives: Dmitri Panferov CESL Consultant, Olga Dadash, CESL Consultant

Contact: PO Box 210024, Tucson, AZ 85721-0024
Phone: (520) 621-1362
Fax: (520) 621-9810

Located in the heart of an elite public university just hours from California, Las Vegas, and Mexico, the University of Arizona offers top ranked programs in science, medicine, engineering, architecture, and business. The UA Center for English as a Second Language (CESL) offers intensive English courses from 4-16 weeks with flexible start dates. In addition, we offer classes in TOEFL preparation, Academic Orientation, and Business English. One of only 50 nationally accredited programs in the USA, CESL offers the best combination of university and English language training in one great and safe location.

University of Evansville[Top]

Representatives: Maria Ruchina, Alumna

Contact: 1800 Lincoln Avenue,
Evansville, IN 47722, USA
Phone: (812) 479-2146
Fax: (812) 471-6946

The University of Evansville is an independent, undergraduate, residential, private university with a historically Methodist background. Accredited bachelor's degrees are offered in the traditional arts and sciences, business, education, engineering, fine arts, and health sciences. All UE students enjoy the close, personal attention that can come from a 13:1 student-faculty ratio. UE prides itself on its diversity and draws students from 46 states and 42 countries. Full support for international students is available. International students who choose to come to UE are often reassured by the support and the friendliness they find on the campus and in the community. Located in the southern tip of Indiana, Evansville is a community alive with cultural and athletic events, dynamic with change yet historical in nature and distinct in its personality. Evansville is a safe, friendly community.

Utica College[Top]

Representatives: Ekaterina Malenkova, Alumna

Contact: 1600 Burrstone Road,
Utica, New York 13502, USA
Phone: (315) 792-3006
Toll free from the US: 1-800-782-8884

Utica College offers the wide range of academic programs, excellent faculty, and diversity of a large university while at the same time providing students with the low faculty-to-student ratio and individual attention of a small four-year college.
Founded by Syracuse University in 1946, graduates of Utica College receive the Syracuse University Bachelor or Arts or Bachelor of Science degree. The College also offers Utica College graduate degree programs that prepare professionals to meet current and future challenges posed by the increasing complexity of our global society.
Academic excellence, dedicated faculty, and a belief in educating students for both personal and professional success; these are the values that make Utica College an exceptional "small university".

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