The International Training and Education Program (ITEP) prepares students to pursue professional careers in international development education, international education exchange, global education, or global health. Read the descriptions of a sample of concentrations that you can choose from.
Students will gain knowledge, skills, and experiences in policy formulation, program/project design and management, training program design, cultural exchange and development.
Take advantage of our Washington, DC, location to pursue internships, research, and career opportunities with major international and US agencies involved in international education. Learn more about the International Training and Education Program of study and the degree requirements.
A Note on admission to ITEP: A recent change from the graduate admissions in the College of Arts and Sciences has made GRE scores optional in the ITEP application. The GRE is no longer a requirement for the ITEP application.
Submission deadline for merit award consideration is February 1.
Both returning Peace Corps volunteers and JET alumni are eligible for up to a six credit waiver. Credit waivers for other international teaching experience through Fulbright or other programs are reviewed on a case-by-case basis.
ITEP is currently recruiting students for Spring 2017 and Fall 2017 admission. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis. Application information can be found at CAS graduate admissions.
Students interested in learning about ITEP are invited to attend the College of Arts and Sciences Graduate Studies Open Houses. One open house is offered in each fall and spring semester. CAS is also happy to schedule campus visits for any individuals who are unable to attend an open house. For specific program questions or to sit in on an evening ITEP class, email the ITEP Graduate Assistant at firstname.lastname@example.org.
ITEP Office Address
International Training and Education Program
Spring Valley Building
4801 Massachusetts Ave, NW Room 476
Washington, DC 20016