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NIS Teacher and Faculty Exchange Programs

A teacher and professor exchange program for education professionals interested in Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Russia, Ukraine, and Uzbekistan.

International Teaching Fellowship Program
The ITF is a two-way program in which Fellows exchange teaching positions and housing for the Australian school year.

New Brunswick Teacher Exchange Program
Programs of teacher exchange are coordinated by the Provincial Departments of Education or Exchange Authorities. They include the Canadian Provinces, (except Quebec), the United Kingdom, the United States, Switzerland, and Australia.

Fulbright Teacher and Administrator Exchange Program
Provides opportunities for qualified educators and administrators to participate in direct exchanges of positions with colleagues from other countries for up to one year.

International Supply Teachers-"Teachers on the move"
IST is a multinational team of professionally qualified teachers who have served in international schools in Europe, Australia, Africa, South America, the Middle East and Asia. Our international experience includes teaching, staff recruitment, financial management and school administration across a variety of cultures.

Australia Teacher Exchange Program
The Montana Office of Public Instruction facilitates teacher exchanges between Montana and Victoria, Australia. Exchanges run January through December each year. All exchanges must begin by contacting the Cordell Hull Foundation, which has agreed to Issue J-1 exchange visitor visa applications for OPI.The purpose of the Exchange Visitor program, established by the Fulbright Hayes Act of 1961, is improvement of understanding between cultures through international exchange.

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