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Program Competition Webinars and Technical Assistance
Stream recent webinars at IFLE’s YouTube Channel
- FY 2022 NRC and FLAS Program Competition Webinar
- FY 2022 CIBE Program Competition Webinar
- FY 2022 GPA Competition Webinar (Short-Term)
- FY 2022 GPA Competition Webinar (Long-Term)

View slides and FAQs from the FY 2022 NRC and FLAS program competition webinar
- Slide Deck: PowerPoint (3.7M)
- FAQs: PDF (307K)
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We are now accepting applications for the FY 2022 Title VI Centers for International Business Education Program. Application deadline: Dec. 16, 2021
Visit the CIBE program “Applicant Info” page for more information and details on how to apply.

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We are now accepting applications for the FY 2022 Fulbright-Hays Seminars Abroad Program (for summer 2022 seminars). Application deadline: Dec. 28, 2021.
Visit the program “Applicant Info” page for more information and details on how to apply.

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We are now accepting applications for the FY 2022 Fulbright-Hays Group Projects Abroad Program. Application deadline: Jan. 11, 2022.
Visit the program “Applicant Info” page for more information and details on how to apply.

Call for Peer Reviewers!

IFLE administers a variety of domestic and international grant and fellowship competitions throughout the year and we are always looking for specialists to serve as peer reviewers.

FLYER: Call for Peer Reviewers – PDF (444K)

To sign up to be a peer reviewer for IFLE, please send your CV to ifle@ed.gov and also register in the G5 system.



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The International and Foreign Language Education (IFLE) office administers Title VI (domestic) and Fulbright-Hays (overseas) grant and fellowship programs that strengthen foreign language instruction, area/international studies teaching and research, professional development for educators, and curriculum development at the K-12, graduate, and postsecondary levels.

IFLE programs:

  • Respond to the ongoing national need for individuals with expertise and competence in world languages and area or international studies
  • Advance national security by developing a pipeline of highly proficient linguists and experts in critical world regions
  • Contribute to developing a globally competent workforce able to engage with a multilingual and multicultural clientele at home and abroad
  • Expand access to international and foreign language learning, especially for traditionally underserved students.
  • Support teaching and research on critical world regions, languages, and issues

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Last Modified: 11/22/2021