Memberships

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ICEF is a member of the following associations and organisations.

International students who want to study English in the USA will find a great variety of quality English language programmes through English USA (AAIEP). Nearly 300 English USA members offer intensive English language programmes located in university and college settings or city centres across the USA. The English-language programmes offered by English USA members are of the highest quality – all member programmes are accredited by ACCET, CEA, or operate under the governance of regionally-accredited colleges or universities.

ALTO is the global forum for agents, schools, and language travel associations. ALTO is a platform for members to network, create trading opportunities, and act on issues facing the industry. Membership is open to companies, associations, and authorities actively engaged in language and educational travel. ALTO is a founding sector association member of the World Youth Student & Educational (WYSE) Travel Confederation.

The British Educational Travel Association (BETA) is the umbrella body representing producers and suppliers of youth, student and educational travel related products. BETA has raised awareness of this important yet previously under-represented sector, and created an environment that encourages enhanced trading between organisations and better access to government departments and other public sector bodies.

The EAIE is a non-profit, member-led organisation serving individuals actively involved in the internationalisation of their institutions through a combination of training, conferences, and knowledge acquisition and sharing. The EAIE has a committed membership of more than 1 800 international education professionals – from rectors to professors to international exchange coordinators.

JAFSA is an association comprised of universities, individuals, and other entities including private firms as supporting members interested in facilitating the internationalisation of education in Japan and around the world. JAFSA serves its members by providing the support and advocacy necessary for its members and other similar public and private institutions in Japan, and by making efforts to achieve JAFSA’s mission of enhancing excellence in international education in Japan.

NAFSA: Association of International Educators is a member organisation promoting international education and providing professional development opportunities in the field. Hundreds of NAFSA members volunteer to serve the association and thousands advocate for international education.

The World Youth Student and Educational (WYSE) Travel Confederation is a global not-for-profit membership organisation dedicated to promoting and developing opportunities for young travellers and the youth, student, and educational travel industry that serves them. The WYSE network consists of more than 600 members from 120 countries.



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