The Public Affairs Section of the U.S. Government office Abuja welcomes applications from qualified Nigerians wishing to show Hausa or Yoruba dialects and societies to American understudies in U.S. colleges and schools.
The Foreign Language Teaching Assistant (FLTA) program is a multi month non-degree course subsidized by the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs and controlled by the Institute of International Education. The target of the program is to reinforce unknown dialect guidance at U.S. universities, colleges, and some secondary schools, while giving future educators from abroad the chance to refine their aptitudes, increment their English language capability, and extend their insight into U.S. society and culture. FLTA colleagues must come back to their nations of endless supply of their projects to encourage English at the optional or college level.
Fulbright Foreign Language Teaching Assistant (FLTA) Program Eligibility.
All applications must meet the accompanying criteria:
Candidates must be instructors of English or in preparing to move toward becoming educators of English.
Candidates must have a college degree in English, Language Arts, or consolidated distinctions.
Candidates must be familiar with English, exhibited by a TOEFL score of 79-80 (Internet based testing) or 6.0 (generally score International English Language Testing System-IELTS).
Candidates must be somewhere in the range of 21 and 29 years of age at the season of use.
Candidates must show development, reliability, trustworthiness and polished methodology.
Candidates must be physically present in their nation of origin all through the assignment and choice procedure.
Step by step instructions to Apply for Fulbright Foreign Language Teaching Assistant (FLTA) Program.
Applications must be finished and submitted on the web.
Candidates should demand that the scholarly office of their organization send a stepped duplicate of their transcripts in a fixed envelope to: The Public Affairs Section, U.S. Government office, Plot 1075 Diplomatic Drive, Central Area, Abuja, Attention: Cultural Affairs Officer.
Different archives to be submitted incorporate scholarly certifications, marked and stepped letters of reference, and the photograph page of a substantial Nigerian international ID.