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American Councils Names Dr. David Patton as its Next President and CEO

WASHINGTON - American Councils for International Education and its Board of Trustees are pleased to announce the appointment of David Patton, PhD, as the third president and CEO to lead the 45-year-old nonprofit. Dr. Patton's tenure as president began on August 1, 2019. Dr. Patton will lead the nonprofit's nearly 500 employees worldwide, operating out of 39 offices to advance nearly 100 programs in 90 countries.  more

FLEX '19-20 Round 1 Results


Information about FLEX testing

The USETI Legacy Alliance to insure the sustainability of standardized external testing in Ukraine

The USETI Legacy Alliance is a Global Development Alliance funded by USAID, and unites American Councils and 14 other partners to insure the sustainability of standardized external testing in Ukraine as a means of securing greater economic growth through transparency and quality in higher education in Ukraine.  more

Invitation to Alumni Fair 2018

Are you interested in U.S. higher education? Kyiv EducationUSA advising center is pleased to invite you to join our EducationUSA Alumni Fair, which will take place in America House Kyiv on April 14. The Alumni Fair is a unique chance for you to meet Ukrainian and American Alumni of U.S. colleges and universities.  more

Open World 2017

The Open World Program approaches public policy decision-makers, as well as those who influence the policy arena and public opinion.  more

Attention! Call for Spring Professional Fellows Program 2020 is open

The Professional Fellows Program (PFP) is sponsored by the U.S. Department of State, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs. For Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Moldova, Turkey, and Ukraine PFP has legislative focus and is administered by American Councils for International Education: ACTR/ACCELS.  more

20.10.2013 AUBG presentation in Kharkiv

13:00, Sunday, free space "Doma" (Chernyshevskyy str. 63, metro station "Universitet"). Presentation of the scholarship program at the American University in Bulgaria.  more

High School in America Program - Application is Open!

American Councils is proud to announce the High School in America program! This program allows students from Ukraine who are between 15 and 18 years old to travel to the United States where they will live in a host family and study in an American high school for one academic year. The application for this paid program is currently available online and closes in June 2019. Interested applicants should complete a short online application.   more

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American Councils throughout the world

American Councils is the worldwide leader in connecting people from the US, Eastern Europe and Eurasia to learning and to each other. How do we accomplish this? In many ways.

We operate study-abroad programs for students, education professionals, independent travellers and local leaders. We perform research, publish books and develop Web sites. We serve an institutional role by holding conferences, administering standardized tests, managing information centers and acting as a consultant to governments. We develop and advocate policy on language education around the world.


American Councils Ukraine

American Councils first opened its doors in Ukraine in 1992.  Since then American Councils has administered numerous programs sponsored by the US Government, developed projects in civil society building and contributed to the development of standardized testing in Ukraine.

Our staff of seasoned professionals is trained to serve the Ukrainian public in the field of educational exchanges between the US and Ukraine.



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