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Non-credit Training Programs

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For more than 20 years, the Office of International Studies and Programs (OISP) has been designing and implementing short-term, non-credit certificate training programs.

Previous programs: Teacher training, curriculum design, language and culture workshops, business plan development, academic support, test preparation, and in every discipline in which UMSL offer degree seeking programs.

Past programs include:

Business Plan Development - Kochi University of Technology - Kochi, Japan
Business Plan Development - Rikkyo University - Tokyo, Japan
Business Training - Management Development - Golou District - Nanjing, China
Business Training - Management Development - Jiangsu Group - Nanjing University - Nanjing, China
Business Training - Seinäjoki University - Seinäjoki, Finland
Civic Education - American Federalism and US Public Policy - Russia
Doctoral Student Training Program - Nanjing University - Nanjing, China
English Language and American Culture - Daejin University - Poncheon City, South Korea
English Language and American Culture - Korea Maritime University - Busan, South Korea
International Business - Mexico City, Mexico
International Service Learning - Southern Federal University - Rostov-On-Don, Russia
International Student Orientation - American culture and language - IREX - Russia
Student Affairs in Higher Education - Phranakhon Rajabat University - Bangkok, Thailand
Sustainable Development in Education - Beijing Academy of Educational Sciences - Beijing, China
Teacher Training and American Culture - Monbusho Department of Education - Tokyo, Japan
Teacher Training and American Culture - Seoul Metropolitan Office of Education - Seoul, Korea
TESOL Training - Beijing Tongzhou District - Beijing, China

For more information about a customized program created to meet the needs of your group, please contact:
Jerol Enoch -
Coordinator, International Training Programs

Additional resources:

Creating a custom program

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Office of International Studies and Programs