The flexible and collaborative approach of course selection facilitates the design of a program that aligns with the school’s professional development initiatives and the faculty’s specific needs. Selected courses usually apply across grade levels and curricula providing for the diverse needs of overseas educators.
The master degree program is provided by university faculty and hosted by American/International schools for cohorts of education professionals. The entire program requires ten courses that can be delivered at the school site, electronically, or through a combined approach of on-site/on-line instruction. Appropriate staff (e.g. School Head, Curriculum Coordinator, Teachers) from the host school collaborate with IGPE staff to select courses that will be offered for the degree program. The program is accredited by the Commission on Higher Education of the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools and by the State University of New York (SUNY).
IGPE currently partners with schools in 37 countries on 5 continents. All current school partners / host sites are asked to carefully review the IGPE Handbook for important information and guidelines.
We work closely with host school administrators to provide:
IGPE facilitates graduate coursework for international educators at an incredibly affordable group rate. Our special arrangement with SUNY enables us to package tuition for international cohorts at less than one-third of the on-campus per-student price.
* Does not include textbooks and materials. Additional fees apply for cohorts larger than 25.
** Host site also pays instructor travel expenses (flight, visa, meals, lodging, internet, etc).
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