Eleven high school students from the U.S. begin their first day of class with their South Korean peers as part of the NSLI-Y language scholarship program. The group will study Korean for the 2012-2013 school year.
Five NSLI-Y scholarship recipients arrive in Taiwan and begin their intensive Chinese language program. Students will live with host families and attend classes in Mandarin Chinese at a local college for the 2012-2013 academic year.
We welcome 35 NSLI-Y students back after six weeks of intensive language study and cultural immersion in Morocco and India. Students studied Arabic and Hindi language as part of a State Department funded scholarship program.
U.S. students on summer 2012 NSLI-Y scholarship program build friendships and practice their language skills with local youth through community service activities in India and language partnerships in China.