NOBEL WEEK DIALOGUE
An EF & Forum Scholarship Program

NOBEL WEEK DIALOGUE
An EF & Forum Scholarship Program

Fueled by a common belief that in order to change the world you need to experience it, EF College Study and The Forum on Education Abroad have created a first-of-its-kind, high-impact student scholarship program, in collaboration with EF's educational partner the Nobel Prize Museum. This interdisciplinary program is dedicated to including students from diverse backgrounds, and future leaders from all over the world are invited to apply. Only 10 students will be selected to attend the prestigious program, and all applications are due May 5th, 2021.

During this fully-funded program, the selected students will participate in an online project-based course, travel to Sweden for an international field study, and attend sessions at the 2021 Nobel Week Dialogue: a collaborative event that brings some of the world's leading scientists, policy-makers, and thinkers together to explore scientific topics through a global lens. Led by distinguished international faculty-leaders, scholarship recipients will tackle global challenges through action learning projects (ALPs).

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Partners in educational excellence

The Forum on Education Abroad is a nonprofit membership organization recognized by the U.S. government as the Standards Development Organization for the field of education abroad. With over 800 institutional members worldwide, The Forum is committed to ensuring the excellence of educational travel programs. Through a global network of over 50,000 employees across 110+ countries, EF Education First is focused on one mission: Opening the World Through Education. EF College Study, the higher-education division of EF and a Forum member institution, designs short-term study abroad programs that blend academics and cultural immersion, and is dedicated to providing high-quality, sustainable programs for all students—all over the world.


In collaboration with EF's educational partner

EF Education First’s educational partner, The Nobel Prize Museum, is teaming up EF and The Forum to offer the opportunity for student scholarship recipients to attend the 2021 Nobel Week Dialogue and hear from world-renowned global leaders, while also engaging with Nobel Prize Museum leadership.

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Meet Dr. Darla Deardorff

As a faculty Group Leader, Dr. Deardorff will guide students throughout the entire program experience. Attendees will have the privilege of learning from an innovative leader in education and get the chance to add an esteemed mentor to their networks.

Dr. Deardorff is Executive Director of the Association for International Education Administrators and is on the faculty of the Think Tank on Global Education at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. A true lifelong learner, she is a research scholar at Duke University's Social Science Research Institute and a research associate at prestigious universities all over the world.

Meet Dr. David Wick

Dr. David Wick worked for over 20 years at four U.S. universities to support international education programs. Now, as Associate Professor at the Middlebury Institute, he teaches graduate courses on educational equity and social justice, student learning and development, and other topics. He researches, presents, and publishes on equity and inclusion in international education. He served on the working group that wrote the sixth edition of The Forum on Education Abroad's Standards of Good Practice. His current leadership activities include service as facilitator for the Diversity Abroad International Education Diversity & Inclusion Certificate Program, peer reviewer for The Forum's Quality Improvement Program, and TLS representative for NAFSA Region XII.