United States Embassy Supports Launch of Access Microscholarship Program in Nikšić

U.S. Ambassador to Montenegro Judy Rising Reinke, together with the English Language Teachers’ Association of Montenegro (ELTAM), officially launched the Access Microscholarship Program in Nikšić. This is the second Access program in Nikšić following the success of the previous program in Nikšić which ended in 2017, as well as programs in Podgorica (2016-2018) and Rožaje ...
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Competition for Global UGRAD Scholarship – One Semester University Exchange

The Global Undergraduate Exchange Program (Global UGRAD) is sponsored by the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs and administered by World Learning.  It is a fully-funded scholarship for one semester of non-degree academic study at an assigned U.S. college or university. Participants are emerging leaders committed to their home communities.  During ...
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Testing Dates for FLEX Scholarships Coming Up

Great opportunity for high school students who would like to spend a school year on exchange in the United States. Get ready for the testing dates for the Future Leaders Exchange program (FLEX) this year: Berane (Friday, October 19)  – Red Cross Building; Sv. Save St. Podgorica (Saturday, October 20) – Gimnazija “Slobodan Skerovic” Come between ...
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Call for Students to Apply for Access Microscholarship Program in Niksic

The U.S. Embassy in Podgorica and the English Language Teachers Association of Montenegro (ELTAM) invite interested students from NIksic in the ninth grade of primary school and in the first grade of high school to apply for the English language learning Access Microscholarship Program.  Access is a two-year after school program designed to improve your ...
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U.S. Embassy Supports School Mural Project to Promote Inclusion, Tolerance, and Collaboraiton

Elementary School “Bozidar Vukovic Podgoricanin” hosted a celebratory event on September 21 to mark the completion of the community mural project “Painting the Way to Tolerance and Inclusion.”  The project was funded by the Department of State and supported by U.S. Embassy Podgorica.   At the event, school principal Ljubinka Nedic and U.S. Embassy Public Affairs Officer Jeff Adler ...
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U.S. Government-Supported Access English Language Program Successfully Completes in Podgorica

U.S. Embassy Charge D’ Affaires Gordon Duguid, together with the English Language Teachers’ Association of Montenegro (ELTAM), officially closed a two-year Access Microscholarship Program in Podgorica, Montenegro, on August 29. The Access Microscholarship Program is a two-year, intensive, afterschool English-language learning program for talented students sponsored by the U.S. Department of State.  Twenty-five 14-16 years ...
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