The U.S. Mission to Pakistan supports an extensive range of educational, cultural, and exchange programs to connect the Pakistani and American peoples. We support the largest U.S. government-funded Fulbright program in the world, which sends 150 Pakistanis each year to U.S. universities – 100 to earn their master’s degrees and 50 to earn PhDs. We also sponsor 800 Pakistanis each year to travel on exchange programs – from high school students who spend a year at a U.S. high school to professionals who connect with their American counterparts. As a result, Pakistan is home to the largest network of alumni of U.S. government-funded exchange programs in the world. We also support extensive English language learning opportunities, a nationwide network of Lincoln Corners, which are resource centers to learn about the United States, and a broad range of connections in the arts, cultural heritage, music, film, and creative writing. Read further for more details on programs that might apply to you!
Join the Pakistan-U.S. Alumni Network, a community of current and emerging Pakistani leaders who have participated in U.S. government-sponsored exchange programs.
English Language Learning
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