international organizations & Organizers
What is the International team?
International assists our international organizers. SEI currently oversees training registrations for US SE trainings. If you have a question about a specific international program, please contact the international organizer for the most accurate information. For questions regarding taking our US SE trainings as an international student, please contact Constituent Services.
Where can I find SE training programs in other countries?
All contact information for SE training programs in other countries can be found on this page.
How do I apply for a SE training program cohort that is based in another country?
Please first select the cohort that suits your schedule from our Training and Event Calendar here. After you have selected the training module you wish to attend, please use the contact method listed for registration and any questions you may have. Once you choose a training, the organizer for that training can help you with the application and registration process.
What if I don’t see an SE program in my country?
If you do not see program in your country, you can select another program that might be easy to travel to or that is in the same time zone (if conducted online). You would then contact that organizer directly. You can also consider taking the program through a US SE cohort. If you decide to take this option, please note that the third year of the training, or Advanced Level, must be taken in-person, while the first two years can be taken online via Zoom.
Can I transfer from one SE program to another SE program that is based in a different country?
It is possible to transfer between programs and to transfer to the US SE training. To complete a transfer please let your organizer and your future organizer
know that you are planning to transfer. You will also need to make sure you forward all certificates of completion to the country you are moving to and understand that different countries have different program structures. For instance, in Europe there are countries the structure their trainings as Beginning I/II, Beginning II/III and so on while in the US we structure ours as Beginning I, Beginning II, Beginning III. Therefore, moving between programs in different countries will likely cause overlap of training participation.
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