Programs and Competitions
The Language Flagship is committed to continuing its investment in advancing language learning in the U.S. for the long term and, accordingly, requires evidence of significant institutional commitment to support and sustain institutional Flagship efforts. The Language Flagship only commits to long-term funding for programs if the host institutions demonstrate a similar commitment to support the language education infrastructure required for institutionalization and sustainment of these efforts. Institutional support must be demonstrated by a clear commitment of financial support to core operations of the project.
2022-2025 Overseas Flagship Chinese Capstone Program in Taiwan Flagship Grant Competition
The Language Flagship is seeking proposals from U.S. Institutions of Higher Education to develop and implement an Overseas Flagship Chinese Capstone Program in Taiwan for a 2022-2025 three-year award period. Applicants may propose singly or propose consortial arrangements with other IHE’s and / or partner with study abroad providers in developing overseas programming elements. The goal of this effort is to develop an intensive immersive Chinese language program that includes directed language instruction, direct enrollment opportunities at a Taiwanese host university and meaningful professional internships that ensure Flagship students will meet the Flagship proficiency targets of ILR 3/2+/2+. Proposals are due by 4:30 p.m. (EST) on November 4, 2021.
The Language Flagship hosted a technical assistance webinar on on October 1, 2021, attached below are the question answered:
The Language Flagship and the National Security Education Program are pleased to announce the results of the Flagship open competition for domestic and select capstone programs. Flagship has awarded 31 new grants representing 23 institutions across 19 states new grants for the 2020-2024 Language Flagship cycle. More information about the competition results is available here.