International Education Associates, Inc. (IEA), is a consulting firm, specializing in different aspects of International Education. It has been in existence for more
than 25 years. IEA works with educational institutions, governmental and non-governmental organizations in the US and overseas.
To assist individual clients in meeting the new challenges of the 21st Century, IEA provides some of following services:
Placing and monitoring students from overseas who are interested in studying in US institutions
Recruiting and placing US faculty and teachers including English teachers in overseas institutions
Recruiting US students to study overseas to improve their language skills
Selecting US students for overseas scholarships and positions
Evaluating proposals and final project reports for a governmental agency
Evaluating foreign credentials
Evaluating international development programs on paper and on site
Developing exchange programs and facilitating linkages between institutions in the US and abroad
Placing interns from abroad in US businesses
Organizing shorter educational programs in the US for overseas visitors
Organizing re-entry programs for students ready to return to their home countries
IEA has worked in and with the following countries: Benin, Cameroon, China, Congo, Egypt, Ethiopia, France, Gambia, Ireland, Ivory Coast, Japan, Kenya, Korea,
Madagascar, Mexico, Morocco, Nigeria, Philippines, Russia, Senegal, Sierra Leone, South Africa, Spain, Togo, Tunisia, and the United Kingdom.
We have worked for these organizations: The Yokohama Academy, Tokyo, Japan; NCN, Tokyo, Japan; JET, Tokyo, Japan; ITESM, Mexico City, Mexico; Los Geranios,
Seville, Spain; BGS Conseils, Paris, France; Pacican Academy, Shanghai, China; the World Bank, the US departments of Agriculture, USAID, Education, the former
US Information Agency, and State. Our past clients also include AMIDEAST, the American African Foundation the Institute of International Education, the College
Board, the Mitchell Group, and the Moscow Institute for Social and Political Studies.
Additionally we have contracted with the Togolese and Japanese governments, as well as for the State of New Jersey. France Pruitt, the president, opened three
foreign student offices at Northwestern, the University of Delaware, SUNY at Buffalo, and an office of International Education at George Mason University.