International Training Programs

  • ACCESS Students at the world famous Museum of the Rockies read more

  • ACCESS Students mapping out the world! read more

  • Montana State University is as remarkable as its setting. Created as a land-grant institution, it is a welcoming, adventurous community of students, faculty and staff distinguished by its commitment to address the world's greatest challenges. read more

  • MEPI Students share their leadership projects with Okinawa Global Leadership students in this unique cross-cultural event. read more

  • Team building exercises are an integral piece in training programs.  read more

  • Traditional Native American Tipis in Montana's "Big Sky Country" read more

  • Okinawa Students getting a big welcome from President Cruzado.  read more

  • MEPI Students take an Underground Mining tour in historic Butte, Montana read more

  • LEAPers enjoying a beautiful Bozeman day! read more

  • Okinawa high school students sharing traditional dancing and drumming.  read more

  • Summer or Winter, Yellowstone National Park is a sight to see! read more

  • TEA Fellows join forces with ROC Wheels, a non-profit organization based in Bozeman, Montana that works to provide wheelchairs to children in need in developing countries. read more

  • MEPI Students visit the Blackfeet Reservation to experience Native American Culture read more

  • University of Tokyo Participants visit and Job Shadow on the MSU campus. read more

  • University of Tokyo Participants improve communication skills through MSU's ESL and Leadership training. read more

  • MEPI Students join with LEAPers to enjoy cross-cultural discussions and food! read more

  • University Of Tokyo Participants learn about how the Museum of the Rockies reaches out to the community. read more

  • GVLT Project with MEPI students: Working hard never felt so good! read more

  • TEA Fellows take a tour of the State Capitol Building in Helena, Montana read more

  • LEAP Participants visit the World Bank in Washington D.C. to discuss the financial industry. read more

  • TEA Fellows have the opportunity to learn from Bozeman educators and "Team Teaching" in the Bozeman Public Schools read more

  • TEA Fellows stretching cow hide for traditional Native American Drums at the Salish Language Institute on the Blackfeet Reservation read more

  • TEA Fellows meet MSU President Cruzado! read more

  • Traditional Native American Dancing is a amazing show of skill and history that can be seen in Montana read more

The Office of International Program's Training Division strategically works to fulfill MSU's commitment as the state’s land-grant institution,to educate students, create knowledge and art, and serve communities by integrating learning, discovery and engagement into all of our programming. We strive to connect the world with Montana State University faculty, staff and students, as well as the Bozeman community. Our goal is to build and maintain cross-cultural relationships by using the academic strengths of MSU and local resources to provide customized training programs for international students, educators, and professionals.

We can develop quality specialized training for groups of any size and our professional services are available for organizations of all types.  Located in the welcoming City of Bozeman and a short drive from Yellowstone National Park, our location provides an ideal springboard for tailored programs to fit participants' ages, interests, and skill levels.

We encourage you to contact us about establishing a training program.  You are also welcome to browse this site to learn more about OIP international training programs. We are happy to share the following example training programs that demonstrate our commitment to continuing education.

Quick Facts

  • We have been working with client organizations since 1995 to design high-quality training programs.
  • Most of our programs are conducted in English. However, we can arrange full or partial programs in other languages.
  • All program staff are experienced cross-cultural communicators with extensive international study, travel, and work experience.  We understand the challenges associated with living, studying, and working abroad and are eager to welcome you to the heart of the Rocky Mountains!