INTERLINK courses are now being held online only through Summer 2021. Learn more about our online English courses.
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Committed to transformative language education and promoting cross-cultural understanding, INTERLINK strives for a world where humility, respect, and sensitivity prevail, and teachers and students contribute to enhanced communication among diverse peoples.
We provide intensive English instruction, academic preparation, and cross-cultural training to empower students to succeed in academic, professional, and personal realms. With standards of quality and fairness as our guides, we promote enhanced learning and higher order thinking skills, grounded in an ethos of service.
When Blessings arrived in the U.S., the cold weather and differences in food were challenging for her. Now that she has lived here for two years, she says she has learned a lot about being flexible and trying new things. One of the foods she misses from Zambia is called nshima – a dish with Read more about Student Spotlight – Meet Blessings[…]
On July 6, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) issued a communique expelling international students if they are enrolled in online programs only: “Students attending schools operating entirely online may not take a full online course load and remain in the United States.” Because ICE’s announcement runs counter to safety measures taken by many institutions of Read more about Opposition to ICE’s Recent Ruling[…]
Dear Colleagues and Friends, The current circumstances have presented us with great challenges and require quick and effective responses. Maintaining our students’ learning and growth are our top priority; faculty and administrators are in continuous discussion to ensure that services continue uninterrupted and that all students and staff understand how to access community health resources Read more about Update on INTERLINK’s Instructional Plans[…]
Professor Hiromi Sato, Dean of the Faculty of Foreign Languages at Kanagawa University in Japan, visited the Seattle Pacific University campus last week. Tim Healy, Institute Director at INTERLINK SPU, had the honor of meeting with Professor Sato and Seattle Pacific University‘s Director of Global Engagement to discuss hosting students from Kanagawa’a cutting-edge English program. Read more about SPU Campus Visit by Kanagawa University Dean[…]
We honor and celebrate the life of Steve Schwab who was a volunteer for four years here at INTERLINK. He suddenly passed away last Sunday after suffering a heart attack. Steve was a retired English and Spanish teacher with a deep commitment to serving students. He showed up week after week, helping students by sharing Read more about Remembering Steve Schwab, INTERLINK’s Friend and Volunteer[…]
For a second year in a row, students from Okinawa’s Naha Nikkei Business College spent one month in Bozeman studying English at INTERLINK MSU. The two year vocational school selected two sites in the U.S. to send 11 students for a hands-on learning experience – Bozeman, MT and Chico, CA. While here, the youth live Read more about Students Lead Okinawan Activities at INTERLINK MSU[…]
INTERLINK SPU’s Director, Tim Healy, had the exciting chance to sign a Memorandum of Understanding last week to express a common mission with Dr. Ryuen Hiramatsu from the University of East Asia. UEA is located in Shimonoseki, Japan, where Dr. Hiramatsu is an associate professor, the Executive Director of Public Relations and International Affairs, and Read more about INTERLINK at SPU Signs MOU with University of East Asia[…]
As INTERLINK approaches its 40th year in higher education, our evolution which began with expansion in the U.S. is pushing us to reach out to other countries as well. Our initial prototype at a Saudi Arabian university has become well established and has enabled us to adapt our methodology to different conditions without losing its Read more about We Have Changed Our Name![…]
Japanese administrators in LEAP (Long-term Educational Administration Program) wrapped up their time at Interlink and Montana State University by giving a final one hour presentation about Japanese Higher Education. During their two months in Bozeman, these administrators took 60 hours of advanced English coursework, took a Business English course, had private tutoring, and participated in Read more about Japanese LEAP Participant Presentations[…]
“We have arrived at an age where our voices and images carry across the planet, riding on beams of light…The bonds of compassion that held us together as a tribe are calling to be reestablished so they can hold us together as a world. ” – Ari B. Siletz Happy 2019! Despite major global challenges, Read more about INTERLINK Wishes for 2019[…]
The Princeton Review 2019 annual ranking list has named Indiana State’s MBA program at the Scott College of Business as the 6th best-administered program out of 252 MBA programs and an 18,400 student 80-question survey. https://www2.indstate.edu/news/news.php?newsid=5189
Photo: MIT Professional Education Left to right: Waleed Abanomi, dean of College of Engineering and Architecture; Mohammed K. Alkhudair, general manager of business development and strategy; Nebila Dhieb, assistant professor of applied linguistics; Hussam Ramadan, acting president; Bhaskar Pant, executive director of MIT Professional Education; Lily Fu, director of MIT Professional Education; Lu Men, program Read more about Al Yamamah University and MIT collaborating in Saudi Arabia[…]