Within the past several
years, educational activities have begun to blossom very quickly
in China. Forte has gained experience in this area and has successfully
participated and facilitated many unique and practical programs
that have benefited people in both China and the United States.
Forte has the capability and experience to develop and tailor a
program that fits your organization's needs. Examples of educational
programs that Forte has completed and is currently working on include:
Fulbright-Hays/J-1 Visa: In January of 2000, Forte received approval
from the United States Department of State to issue the IAP-66 for
the Fulbright-Hays Program. This special program is designed for
Chinese high school students who wish to come to the US for a period
of one year to study in a US high school and experience the American
culture. If you have interest in this program, check the below website
for more details.
One program which Forte has made possible involves a cooperative
management-training program set up with George Mason University
and Maryland University for Chinese business executives. In this
program, Chinese CEO's gain an invaluable educational and cultural
experience that prepares them for conducting business in the United
States. The primary purpose of this project is to encourage and
promote the development of new and innovative strategies for strengthening
Forte has developed numerous relationships and programs with distinguished
universities in the United States. These programs allow qualified
Chinese students to come to the US in order to achieve a bachelor's or master's
Forte has also developed many special relationships and partnerships
with universities and educational organizations throughout China.
Forte works closely with these institutions to help build bridges
with US institutions to engage in training, certification, and degree
programs in China.
Forte has been actively involved in inter-cultural educational exchange
programs. For example, we have been authorized by Chinese schools
and training centers to arrange friendship school programs with
the U.S. as well as to introduce qualified western educators to
Chinese schools for the purpose of teaching English.