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Framingham State University is pleased to offer graduate degree programs abroad in cooperation with International Education Programs, Inc., a non-profit Massachusetts corporation engaged in education programs worldwide. The University has a long association with International Education Programs Inc. in presenting a unique opportunity for educators and teachers living abroad to advance both professionally and academically while working in an overseas assignment.

C. Louis CedroneInternational Education Programs Inc. is housed in the C. Louis Cedrone International Education Center at Framingham State University.  The Director of Faculty Placement is Dr. Barry Ruthfield.  The Director of Program Development is Dr. Marge Tye Zuba. The staff of the C. Louis Cedrone International Education Center includes: Mrs. Joyce Fahey, Associate Director, and Ms. Melissa Cadman, Administrative Assistant.

For over 171 years, Framingham State University has prepared teachers through innovative and high quality programs. The University was established in 1839 as the first public college in America to offer teacher preparation programs. Today, Framingham State University graduates are teaching throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico, in Central and South America, Europe, The Middle East, Asia, and Africa. We welcome you to this growing network of professionals.

Programs to Fit Your Schedule
Program courses are generally provided in an intensive two week format during scheduled school vacation periods. This allows matriculated students the opportunity to experience a concentrated graduate program.

Distinguished Faculty
Our faculty includes professors from Framingham State University as well as a consortium of university and college professors from the greater Boston area as well as across the United States. The majority of our faculty hold terminal degrees in their discipline.

Affordable Tuition
The average cost of tuition for a 4 credit graduate course is $550.00. There is a one-time application fee of $100.00 and a $20.00 registration fee for each course session. Textbook costs range from $40-$120 per course.

Our International Education Program is designed to provide a first rate educational experience pertinent to teachers and educators living overseas. It is our sincere hope that you find it equally appealing.

Framingham State University

100 State Street

PO Box 9101

Framingham, MA 01701-9101

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Phone: 508-620-1220