Colleges and Universities

Link to Colleges and Universities that are part of the Washington State Coalition for International Education.

  • Antioch University Seattle
    Antioch Seattle helps working professionals attain the professional skills, knowledge and personal growth necessary to advance their careers, follow their dreams and create positive change for themselves and the community.
  • Bellevue Community College > Center for Liberal Arts
    Bellevue Community College’s Center for Liberal Arts promotes excellence in scholarship and best practices in teaching, fosters global awareness and pluralism, prepares informed and engaged citizens, promotes learning that integrates academic knowledge with personal values, critical reflection and action, and enriches the cultural life of the college’s campus and community.
  • City University of Seattle > Washington Academy of Languages
    The Washington Academy of Languages promotes world language and English language learning in the Seattle area. In addition, WAL specializes in graduate teacher education programs for teachers of English. Our faculty and staff are the best ambassadors of a comprehensive process of learning that goes beyond language and includes understanding and appreciating different cultures and societies.
  • Confucius Institute of the State of Washington
    The Confucius Institute of the State of Washington isthe first statewide Confucius Institute. It has been established under an agreement signed in China on September 11, 2009 by the Ministry of Education of China (Hanban), the University of Washington, and Seattle Public Schools.
  • Olympic College > International Student Program
    Founded in 1946, Olympic College has valued and appreciated the worldwide perspective that students bring to campus. International students play a central role in the college community, and it’s easy for you to get involved in campus life and make life-long friends.
  • Seattle Central International Education Programs
    In this era of increasing global interdependence and rapid change, Seattle Central Community College is committed to developing and promoting international opportunities as an integral part of collegiate education.
  • University of Washington > Comparative History of Ideas (CHID)
    CHID’s quarter-long study abroad programs are innovative and transformative experiences that see travel not as a means of escape or self-affirmation, but as a path toward critical realistic participation in a world that is both increasingly unified and persistently diverse. The primary goal of these programs is to expose carefully cultivated communities of students and faculty to the complexity of the world through exposure to other cultures and through self-reflection, recognizing that cultural horizons are historically constructed.
  • University of Washington > East Asia Center
    The University of Washington’s East Asia Center at the Jackson School of International Studies serves as a comprehensive center to advance knowledge of China, Japan, and Korea through undergraduate, graduate, and professional instructional programs, faculty research, the East Asia Library, and outreach programs for the larger community. The Center is currently a federally funded and designated National Resource Center.
  • University of Washington > East Asia Resource Center
    The East Asia Resource Center (EARC) offers a wide range of programming for K-12 educators interested in learning and teaching about China, Japan, and Korea. Among the EARC’s diverse offerings are workshops, summer institutes, study tours to Asia, abroad resource collection, and a free quarterly newsletter.
  • University of Washington > Educational Outreach
    The UW Educational Outreach division offers traditional courses along with a comprehensive lineup of alternative offerings including online learning, certificate programs, English language classes, fee-based degrees and one of the largest summer quarters in the country. UWEO also manages an academically-rich summer youth program for children from kindergarten through high school.
  • University of Washington > European Union Center
    The EU Center of Seattle is one of the ten original EU Centers funded by the European Commission beginning in 1998. The network of EU Centers promotes the study of the EU, its institutions and policies and EU-US relations through teaching programs, scholarly research and outreach activities.
  • University of Washington > Study Abroad
    The UW offers programs and exchanges in over 50countries. Students can take advantage of intensive language programs, professional programs, or direct enrollment in partner universities overseas.
  • University of Washington > International Studies Center
    The University of Washington’s International Studies Center at the Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies provides information, resources, and programs to educators of alllevels, students, business leaders, and the general public. The Center offers thematic and cross-regional programming including annual summer institutes, International Updates (a dinner-lecture series), and teacher training workshops to help teachers integrate international studies into the classroom.
  • University of Washington > Latin American Studies Program
    The Latin American Studies Program in the Jackson School of International Studies at the University of Washington was established in 1992 and is committed to the advancement of scholarship and applied knowledge about Latin America. The program is built around several region-specific themes and principles. These include the creative arts, the impact of colonialism and slavery on national development, and current efforts to strengthen democratic values andpractices, reduce poverty, violence and injustice, and create healthier individuals and environments.
  • University of Washington > Marc Lindenberg Center
    The Marc Lindenberg Center for Humanitarian Action, International Development and Global Citizenship is a part of the Evans School of Public Affairs. It was established in 2002 to better prepare University of Washington students, faculty and staff for life and work in a global society. In collaboration with international nongovernmental agencies, local organizations, the K-12 community, and across University departments, the Lindenberg Center seeks multidisciplinary approaches to address the challenges of our era of globalization through teaching, research and service.
  • Wang Center at PLU
    Supporting a World of Understanding at Home, Pacific Lutheran University’s global education programs are designed to promote understanding among people through learning, research and outreach.

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