Participants in the IASE International Experiential Learning Program may either request an application form by mail or submit the application form online.
All the application material have to be submitted and complete before being reviewed by the Admissions Committee. Applicants are encouraged to apply before the deadline, as there is a limited number of students accepted to the programme.
Applicants should hear from IASE within four to eight weeks after the application has been received in completion. Once a student has been selected to participate in the program, the student has the responsibility of ensuring that half of the tuition is paid at the time of acceptance, and the balance of the tuition paid IN FULL 30 days before the student is scheduled for departure. If a student has failed to pay tuition in full by this deadline, the student will no longer be enrolled in the program.
The Selection Process
IASE is interested in applicants who have a strong humanitarian commitment and who show evidence of originality, creativity, initiative, and a capacity for reflection and critical thinking. Enthusiasm for the sciences in community work is preferred. The Admissions Committee favor applications from participants who have demonstrated their enthusiasm working in community health and education, environment, community research, and relevant international issues.
Furthermore, the Committee favors participants who are both highly qualified and diverse in terms of culture, class, gender, race, ethnicity, background work and life experiences, skills, and interest.
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