The Center for International Education (CIE) is housed in the College of Education and Human Development, George Mason University (GMU). GMU is situated in the heart of the Washington, DC metropolitan area, serves one of the most varied populations in the world and was recently named as the most diverse campus in the United States. We believe that education provides the means to transform our world, to bring together the richness of diverse populations and to improve opportunities for all people, world-wide.
The Center for International Education at GMU is committed to developing international partnerships, delivering high quality academic programs and building the capacity of domestic and international institutions to better serve children, family, community and educators.
Beverly Shaklee, Director
The Peace Corps' Master's International program allows students to earn their graduate degree while serving in the Peace Corps, and the Fellows/USA program provides RPCVs with scholarships, academic credit, and stipends to earn an advanced degree after they complete their Peace Corps service.
George Mason University's Center for International Education with FAST TRAIN Programs has collaborated with the International Baccalaureate (IB) to create two IB programs fully recognized by the IB.
Positions currently available for recent graduates and language teachers interested in the Chinese language and its culture.
Nurturing Students in Transition Transition and Creativity Summer Institute
Invitation to Prague Summer Schools 2013
Santa Avelina, Guatemala
Education and Development Post 2015: Reflecting, Reviewing, Re-Visioning
10-12 September, 2013 University of Oxford, UK. For more information visit http://www.ukfiet.org/conference