Title VI international education programs provide essential federal funding for programs at the college level for the development of language skills and regional expertise.
They also work with elementary and secondary schools and businesses engaged in foreign enterprise. Administered by the Department of Education, Title IV
programs include the Centers for International Business Education (CIBE
) Program, Language Resource Centers (LRC
) Program, National Resource Centers (NRC
) Program, and the Undergraduate International Studies and Foreign Language (UISFL
) Program. The Department also has responsibility for the Fulbright-Hays programs
authorized under the Mutual Educational and Cultural Exchange Act. The Departments of State
also provide for intensive foreign language training at institutes serving U.S. foreign affairs professionals and members of the armed forces, respectively.