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On January 14, the Texas International Education Consortium (TIEC) hosted a week-long delegation from Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Education.
The Prince Mohammad bin Fahd University (PMU) in Saudi Arabia sent its first cohort of students to the newly-launched “PMU in Texas” study abroad program at the Texas International Education Consortium (TIEC).
Fostering a Globally Competent Community: #WhyTIEC feature on Dr. Sukant Misra of Texas Tech University
At Texas Tech University, an active event calendar and more than 40 international student organization help non-U.S. students adjust to life in West Texas while making connections on campus and in the Lubbock community.
The Texas International Education Consortium (TIEC) is offering a special program for Austin’s 2019 South By Southwest Education conference (SXSW EDU).
In an effort to foster a connection with the greater international community in Austin, the Texas International Education Consortium (TIEC) is coming together to host a networking happy hour to get to know each other and celebrate international efforts.
The Texas International Education Consortium (TIEC) has hired its new Senior Director of Global Learning, Dr. Heather Farmakis. Dr. Farmakis started in late August and will help lead online initiatives and Intensive English projects for the organization.
TIEC’s Texas Intensive English Program (TIEP) has long issued high-quality English language instruction to students around the world.
Learning to Change Myself: #WHYTIEC Spotlight on Dennis Hart, PhD, University of Texas Rio Grande Valley
Dennis Hart, PhD, Associate Vice President of Global Engagement, The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley (UTRGV)
TIEC’s Texas Intensive English Program (TIEP) welcomed its 19th group of students from Mishima Senior High School in Mishima, Japan to Austin for a three-week intensive English and cultural immersion program.
Setting Sail in the Name of Peace and Education: TIEP Instructor Abbey Maedgen Speaks About Her Summer Spent on the “Peace Boat”
While most Austin residents spent their summers down by the lake or seeking air conditioning wherever possible, Abbey Maedgen, an English instructor at TIEC’s Texas Intensive English Program (TIEP) traveled around the world—quite literally—to teach children in need.
The Texas International Education Consortium has submitted a panel proposal for the 2019 SXSW Education Conference and we need your vote!