AACC Global Leadership Delegation to India
Registration Open! - AACC is leading a Global Leadership Delegation to India, June 16-26, 2013, with meetings and visits in New Delhi, Mumbai, and Bangalore. The Delegation is part of the U.S.-India Higher Education Dialogue, an exchange between academia, the private sector, and our respective governments to foster partnerships and meaningful collaboration that support India's vocational education and skills enhancement goals. NOTE: When you click on the registration link above, you will be prompted to login to a section of the website that is restricted to AACC members only. To find out if your college is an AACC member and get login information, click here.
U.S.-India Higher Education Dialogue
AACC participates in the U.S.-India Higher Education Dialogue, an exchange between academia, the private sector, and our respective governments to foster partnerships and meaningful collaboration in support of India's vocational education and skills enhancement goals.
Fulbright-Nehru IEA Seminar in India
A two week seminar for international education administrators and other senior-level higher education administrators, in March 2014, in New Delhi and other major cities. Participants will attend meetings with representatives from India's higher education, government and private sector. The deadline is August 1, 2013. For more information
A webinar for prospective IEA (India) applicants is schedlued for June 7, 2013, at 2pm. Program staff will provide guidance on submitting a competitive application, and a recent alum will share her experiences and take questions. To register
Passport to India
AACC encourages member colleges to take advantage of Passport to India, an initiative created to encourage an increase in the number of American students studying and interning in India. Through partnerships with business and non-governmental organizations, the initiative promotes internships, service learning & study abroad in India.
During a recent interview with Forbes India, the U.S. Under Secretary of State for Public Diplomacy and Public Affairs Tara Sonenshine stated that the U.S. is planning to increase the number of American students in India to 15,000 in five years through the Passport to India initiative.