Welcome to the U.S. Department of Commerce’s homepage for U.S. Educational Institutions and Intensive English Programs. This page is your resource for market research reports, international student recruitment events, and study consortia information.
Our division of Commerce, the U.S. Commercial Service, has a global network of 100 offices located throughout the U.S. and over 100 offices located in about 80 countries. Our worldwide team of education specialists is here to assist with your international outreach to students, potential partners, and agents. To find your local education specialist, please click on the link to the left titled “Local USDOC Support”.
Our Education Team members can assist you with the following:
|Future of U.S.-Japan Technology Collaboration -- Architectural/Constr./Engineering SVC, Aircraft/Aircraft Parts, Composite Materials, Computers/Peripherals, Defense Industry Eq., Education/Training Services, Health Care Services, Security/Safety Eq., Travel and Tourism Industries, Water Resources Eq./Services|
|Pre-Register for this event|
With All Nippon Airlines and United Airlines initiating new non-stop flights between the U.S. and Japan, U.S. Ambassador Roos is leading the first-ever "New Routes for U.S.-Japan Collaboration Outreach Tour" to bring a mix of U.S. and Japanese government officials, companies and business organizations to the United States, with the objective of increasing awareness among American companies of opportunities not only to increase trade and investment and tourism, but also to highlight the on-going and future of U.S.-Japan Technology development. The "Future of U.S.-Japan Technology Collaboration conference is designed to showcase the U.S.-Japan trade, investment and education relationship and opportunities in the aviation, information technologies and retail sectors. Hear from experts in the industries so key to Washington State's economy.
|Bob Deane, Seattle|
International Trade Specialist
Phone: 206-553-5615 x 225
|Diane Mooney, Seattle|
Phone: 206-553-5615,ext. 236
|Gregory Taevs, Tokyo|