FSI sets American diplomats up for success so they can ensure the success of American diplomacy around the world. FSI promotes substantive, regional, and linguistic expertise, leadership finesse, personal resilience and innovative problem-solving. FSI is proud to serve the U. Department of State and the entire USG foreign affairs community as a strategic enabler of diplomatic excellence. The 21st century has brought unprecedented global change. Effective diplomacy is more essential than ever as we evolve to meet current challenges and future opportunities.
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Instruction is based primarily on the case method developed at Harvard Business School. The school applies American and European management principles to problems in Asia. Over the decades, however, the school has built up a bank of its own Asian cases. The Zuellig School has an month Master in Development Management program intended for executives and managers from developing nations. Stephen Zuellig. ExecEd has two types of programs: Open enrollment programs and custom programs designed for the specific needs of the client organization.
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The Institute enables and enhances productive research and education relationships within GW, and among the many experts throughout the region and the world. This fellowship is open to scholars in the social sciences focusing on a Korea-related research topic. This workshop is intended to provide support for faculty, regardless of citizenship, in the humanities and social sciences who are in the middle phase of writing the second monograph. The application is due on June 15, The GW Undergraduate Research Fellows Program is meant to encourage outstanding undergraduate students to conduct research on Korea by providing essential resources and mentoring for their study.
To support language learning on campus, the school offers a Language Resource Center that hosts classes and boasts a large number of useful materials and high tech facilities for students to use. One of the coolest ways for students to enhance their language learning experience at Columbia, however, is through their Study Away programs. These programs offer language immersion at partner institutions in China, France, Italy, Germany, and Japan while also taking classes in the humanities, economics, science, engineering, and architecture.