- 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!
For Students, Volunteers & Community Members
Interested in being involved in our programs? We offer numerous opportunities for community members seeking to meet others from around the world and for students seeking employment and professional experience. Main opportunities we offer:
- Hosting international visitors
- Intercultural events & presentations
International Training: In the News
Seventeen visiting teachers from across the globe participated in a seven-week training program in Bozeman.
Fifteen students from seven different countries presented on human rights issues in their countries, and what they planned to do to address the needs presented.
Fifteen students from the Middle East and North Africa visited Montana State University for five weeks as part of a U.S. State Department program to train young leaders.
Members of the Japanese delegation in the Long-term Education Administrators Program (LEAP) visited MSU for a career training program focused on various American university functions.
The agreement will further strengthen the cooperative relationship between MSU and the Japanese town of Mifune, the site of a dinosaur museum that has partnered with MSU’s Museum of the Rockies.
Thirteen administrators from Japanese universities and the Japanese Ministry of Education answer a few questions about the commonalities and differences in Japanese and American culture, higher education and their experiences in Bozeman.
Fifteen high-achieving students from around the globe spent a month at MSU in the U.S. Department of State’s EducationUSA Academy program.
Makiko Diehl of MSU's Office of International Programs, who was in her native Kumamoto when one of two devastating earthquakes hit this month, led a local fundraising effort.
Janelle Rasmussen, director of international professional development and training programs within MSU’s Office of International Programs, is one of three NAFSA U.N. representatives and co-leader of U.N. Member Interest Group.