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Future Leaders Exchange Program, Ukraine 

2012-2013

The Future Leaders Exchange Program (FLEX) in Ukraine will hold entrance testing for the 2012-2013 academic year beginning September 10, 2011.  FLEX is a program of the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs of the United States Department of State, is administered by American Councils for International Education: ACTR/ACCELS (American Councils) and supported by the Ministry of Education, Science, Youth and Sports of Ukraine.  The program provides Ukrainian high school students with an opportunity to study in U.S. high schools and live in American families for one academic year.  Below are a summary of the recruiting process and a list of this year’s planned Test Centers.

Round One:

This year 24 test centers are expected in Ukraine.  Recruiters travel to each test center to hold recruiting activities.  8th, 9th and 10th form Ukrainian students born from January 1, 1995 through July 15, 1997 are invited to test at the test center most convenient for them.  Testing at more than one location, and testing more than once at the same location, is grounds for disqualification from the program.  Physically challenged students currently in 8th, 9th, 10th or 11th  form and born from March 15, 1994 through July 15, 1997, are also invited to test where convenient, but will be in competition only with each other.  To participate in Round One students need to appear at a specific date, time and location that are announced through mailings to Ukrainian schools and through media advertising.  Students may also find the schedule on American Councils’ website or may contact the Kyiv office to inquire about testing in their region.  The recruiting process begins in each test center with a general informational presentation and the administering of the Pretest.  The Pretest is a short written test of Basic English.  Results of Round One in one test center are typically available the same day as the last Pretests are given.  Below is a list of all test centers planned for 2011 recruiting.

FLEX Test Centers:

Cherkasy

Chernihiv

Chernivtsi

Dnipropetrovsk

Donetsk

Ivano-Frankivsk

Kharkiv

Kherson

Khmelnytskyy

Kirovohrad

Kyiv

Luhansk

Lutsk

Lviv

Mykolayiv

Odesa

Poltava

Rivne

Simferopol

Sumy

Ternopil

Vinnytsya

Zaporizhzhya

Zhytomyr

Round Two:

Those candidates who pass the Pretest take a standardized test of English Reading and Listening Comprehension as well as an in-class essay test on three assigned topics.  Round Two is typically held the day after Round One and can take place over one-two days.  All Round Two materials are evaluated by an international selection committee in Washington, DC.

Round Three:

Within 4-6 weeks after Round Two, recruiters return to conduct Round Three activities with those students selected by the international committee.  These activities include a meeting with candidates and one of their parents or guardians.  During this meeting, recruiters give more detailed information about the program, including which expenses are covered for the participants.  Applications are distributed and each page explained in detail to candidates and their parents or guardians.  Candidates have two weeks from the date of the meeting to complete and return their applications to the Kyiv office of American Councils.  Following the meeting, candidates write a second in-class essay test on assigned topics.  Additionally, recruiters conduct group activities with groups of 5-8 participants, followed by individual interviews in English and the students’ native language.

Post-Recruiting:

After applications are received from all candidates in a test center, Round Three documents are sent to Washington, DC for the selection committee to review.   Results of the competition are expected in April 2012. Although there are no available estimates of the number of candidates to be selected in 2012, there were 210 finalists and 40 alternates selected in 2011.  Once results are released, finalists and alternates prepare necessary documents for their U.S. visa and school registration.  All finalists are required to attend a Pre-Departure Orientation in June or July 2012.  Finalists selected in April 2012 depart for the United States in August 2012 and return to Ukraine in May and June 2013.

For testing schedule in each oblast go to:

www.americancouncils.org.ua

For more information contact the American Councils office:

Kyiv

vul.  Esplanadna 20, 6th floor

Kyiv  01001

tel.:  (044) 289-39-52, 289-39-53, 289-39-77, 289-39-78

fax:  (044) 289-39-21

email:  flex@americancouncils.org.ua

http://vkontakte.ru/club11314235

 

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