Congratulations 2017-18 FLEX Program Finalists!

Finalists in the competition will have the opportunity to live with an American family and study in an American high school during the 2017-2018 school year.

The FLEX program pays for all travel, housing and living expenses for program participants with all funding generously provided by the Government of the United States of America. FLEX testing is open to all high school students who meet the requirements of the program including students with disabilities. More than 220 disabled students have participated in FLEX over the program’s history, including 4 from Turkmenistan.

The next FLEX testing cycle for the 2018-2019 school year will likely begin in October of 2017, after the Ministry of Education of Turkmenistan provides permission for the program. Students, teachers, and parents should check our website or call our office in August of 2017 for details on testing dates, student eligibility requirements, and special testing opportunities for students with disabilities.

Best wishes to all the Finalists on their exchange year and good luck to applicants to the 2018-2019 cycle next Fall!

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FLEX 2017-18 Results!

American Councils for International Education is proud to announce the results of the FLEX Secondary School Exchange Program 2017-2018 program cycle in Turkmenistan.

FINALISTS (click here to open the list)

Student Last Name

Student First Name

Student Middle Name

City / School #

1

Annayev

Azim

Jumanazarovich

Mary school #16

2

Arrykov

Nurgeldi

Rejepmyradovich

Bayramali school #13

3

Ashyrov

Agayusup

Nurmuhammedovich

Anev school #27

4

Babajanova

Barna

Gutlymyradovna

Dashoguz school #24

5

Bazarov

Azim

Rustamovich

Bayramali school #2

6

Durdiyeva

Leyla

Gurbanovna

Mary school #18

7

Durdyyev

Mekan

Dovranovich

Dashoguz school #26

8

Gulmyradova

Altyn

Bayrammyradovna

Magtymguly school #7

9

Gurtova

Mahriban

Vepayevna

Turkmenabat school #19

10

Hanova

Albina

Byashimovna

Balkanabat school #22

11

Hojayev

Kerim

Shanazarovich

Ashgabat school #60

12

Jorayeva

Shahabat

Bekmyradovna

Garashsyzlyk school #12

13

Lukashova

Taisiya

Andreyevna

Ashgabat school #27

14

Matyakubova

Gulnaza

Atabekovna

Dashoguz school #25

15

Meredov

Dovran

Yakubovich

Mary school #18

16

Orunova

Nasiba

Jorayevna

Turkmenabat school #29

17

Rahmanova

Shemshat

Rahmanovna

Turkmenbashy school #10

18

Reimova

Aylar

Aleksandrovna

Ashgabat school #42

19

Roziyeva

Gulshat

Akmyradovna

Mary school #3

20

Rozmetova

Yulduzhan

Ulugbekovna

Dashoguz school #1

21

Rozymyradova

Annamenli

Muhammetnazarovna

Ashgabat school #57

22

Salamova

Haviza

Fazilgyzy

Turkmenbashy school #13

23

Shevchenko

Yevgenia

Talyatovna

Ashgabat school #64

24

Umarova

Madina

Ilshadovna

Turkmenabat school #29

25

Yazmedov

Murad

Muradovich

Balkanabat school #12

ALTERNATES (click here to open the list)

Student Last Name

Student First Name

Student Middle Name

City / School #

1

Abdurasulova

Zulfiya

Batyrovna

Dashoguz school #15

2

Bahtiyarova

Arzuv

Bahtiyarovna

Turkmenabat school #11

3

Boyarkin

Kirill

Andreyevich

Ashgabat school #97

4

Kuliyeva

Leyla

Igorevna

Turkmenabat school #11

5

Orayeva

Jumagul

Bayramovna

Dashoguz school #24

6

Pertsevaya

Aleksandra

Vladislavovna

Balkanabat school #15

7

Yagshymyradova

Nazli

Tachmyradovna

Ashgabat school #6

FLEX continues to be a very popular program in Turkmenistan.  1,141 students participated in the testing from across all five welaeyats, at seven different city testing centers.

FLEX also continues to be a very competitive program.  The 2017-18 FLEX cycle in Turkmenistan had an acceptance rate of 2.2% while Harvard University had an acceptance rate of 5.4% in 2016.  In future years we hope the number of FLEX Finalists will be increased to allow more talented Turkmen students to represent the best of their country in America.

Finalists in the competition will have the opportunity to live with an American family and study in an American high school during the 2017-2018 school year.
The FLEX program pays for all travel, housing and living expenses for program participants with all funding generously provided by the Government of the United States of America.  FLEX testing is open to all high school students who meet the requirements of the program including students with disabilities.  More than 220 disabled students have participated in FLEX over the program’s history, including 4 from Turkmenistan.

The next FLEX testing cycle for the 2018-2019 school year will likely begin in October of 2017, after the Ministry of Education of Turkmenistan provides permission for the program. Students, teachers, and parents should check our website or call our office in August of 2017 for details on testing dates, student eligibility requirements, and special testing opportunities for students with disabilities.

Best wishes to all the Finalists on their exchange year and good luck to applicants to the 2018-2019 cycle next Fall!

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FLEX 2016 Testing Complete!

American Councils for International Education has completed all testing for the for the FLEX Secondary School Exchange Program 2017-2018 program cycle in Turkmenistan.

More than 1000 students in Turkmenistan participated across seven different testing centers in each region of the country.  Final results for all regions expected in April of 2017.

Finalists in the competition will have the opportunity to live with an American family and study in an American high school during the 2017-2018 school year.
The FLEX program pays for all travel, housing and living expenses for program participants with all funding generously provided by the Government of the United States of America.  FLEX testing is open to all high school students who meet the requirements of the program including students with disabilities.  More than 220 disabled students have participated in FLEX over the program’s history, including 6 from Turkmenistan.

The next FLEX testing cycle for the 2018-2019 school year will likely begin in September of 2017, after the Ministry of Education of Turkmenistan provides permission for the program. Students, teachers, and parents should check our website or call our office in August of 2017 for details on testing dates, student eligibility requirements, and special testing opportunities for students with disabilities.

For additional information  please contact:
Gorogly street 48A, Ashgabat, Turkmenistan
T. (99312) – 36-90-21 (ext.107)
E-mail: flex@americancouncilstm.org
WEB: www.americancouncilstm.org

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