World Learning is a nonprofit organization empowering people and strengthening institutions through education, sustainable development, and exchange programs in more than 60 countries.
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With over 60 active programs, we help thousands of communities address critical issues.
Global Youth Programs
Our youth programs build bridges across cultures and prepare the next generation of leaders to tackle the world's challenges.
Undergraduate Study Abroad
Through SIT Study Abroad, World Learning provides undergraduates with accredited semester and summer study abroad programs in more than 30 countries.
Our work transforms lives in more than 60 different countries. From Algeria to Zimbabwe, we focus on providing individuals and communities with tools, training, and experiences that transform lives.
SIT Graduate Institute offers internationally focused, full-time and low-residency master's degrees, as well as certificate and professional development programs.
Professional Exchanges & Training
Each year, World Learning provides thousands of professionals with new connections, perspectives, and skills.
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In more than 60 countries, we are working to enhance the capacity of individuals, institutions, and communities to create a more peaceful and just world.
Training civil society activists in Burma
The Institute for Political and Civic Engagement (iPACE) provides education and training courses for Burmese democracy, labor, and civil society activists.
Combating exploitative child labor in rural Peru
This program will provide 6,000 children in Peru with education services.
Supporting the next generation of leaders in Kosovo
World Learning is supporting the next generation of leaders as they tackle Kosovo's economic, political, and social challenges.
We partner with organizations to advance the causes of peace and social justice for people all over the world.
A champion for interfaith dialogue
Young leaders from Australia and New Zealand explore the U.S.
University of Alabama student brings peers to Serbia