The US Education Study State Consortia initiative is supported by the US Dept of Commerce/US Commercial Service, its offices around the world and in collaboration with the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs alongside state government and local agencies in every US State & Territories. Our primary objectives are to foster global engagement efforts of the US Higher Education sector in partnership with the economic development interests of our respective State(s) and nation. Key to this objective is leveraging these education assets located across the US to enhance not only U.S. national but also regional and local competitiveness and economic growth.
Study Alabama as a host to this website is a member of this initiative as are similar organizations in nearly every US state and we as all of our sister organizations are also strongly supported by our own state departments of commerce and economic develop entities. Study Alabama is supported by the Alabama Dept of Commerce International Trade division, the Alabama Commission on Higher Education (ACHE) and the Alabama Community College System (ACCS) as well as by all our member institutions.
To find out more about each of our sister state initiatives please choose the state/link on the map below. Comprehensive of all state study state organizations.
Study State members and their supporting agencies who are interested in connecting with others in this national initiative should consider joining the US Study State Consortia Google Groups Discussion list.
This is a collaborative effort, specific state level/organization information can be found in this document: PDF State page 6/15/2018 version It is recognized that this is a work in progress and much data remains to be added. Please use the the above document to find specific state details currently available. To update please reference the state and details that should be updated or added. Email all suggested edits/changes to: email@example.com
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