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July 8-19, 2014

Indivivdual Course: 1.2 CEUs
Total Certificate: 6.0 CEUs

Total Certificate: $

This certificate is non-credit but it does qualify for continuing education units.

2014 International Collegiate Leadership Institute


July 8 - 19, 2014 l Regent University Campus

This global summer program will prepare participants to be groundbreaking leaders.

As the scholars of today emerge into positions of leadership, it is important that they be prepared as leaders. Regent University created the International Collegiate Leadership Institute to teach them how to serve society with values that promote understanding among diverse cultures, perspective to address complex challenges and courage to seek what is good.

Hosted in the United States, this two-week program attracts students from many different countries and backgrounds. The institute will teach participants about leading in a global context and navigating the challenges they will encounter in that arena. Instructors use a versatile approach that combines classroom, experiential and field learning to educate participants about leadership, culture and social awareness.

Program Highlights:

  • Leadership Development
  • Culture Education Series
  • Culminating Project
  • Local Excursions and Outings to Thomas Jefferson Monticello, Virginia Beach Aquarium, Spirit of Norfolk Boat Cruise and more
  • Washington, D.C. Tour (Visit and discover Great Falls, Stephen Udvar-Hazy Center, Embassy Night, The Jefferson, World War II, and Lincoln Memorials, Library of Congress, National Harbor and more.)
  • Participate in a Global Exchange Forum and share your views and what you learned from the cultural education series

Course Description:

  • Awakening the Leader in You!:

    Discover leadership potential, and unleash a dynamic form of leadership to change the world

  • Fundamentals of Effective Leadership:

    Learn about the foundational elements of being an effective leader

  • Leading in the Modern World:

    Address the needs of young leaders in the modern, fast-paced world, and prepare to lead while adapting to rapid global change

  • Ethics and Virtues In Leadership:

    Learn about the values of being a good leader

  • Executive Leadership in the Public Sector:

    Learn about effective political leadership and management in the highest level of government

  • Cultural Education Series:

    Part I: Civic Leadership and Responsibility
    Part II: American Legal System and the Rule of Law
    Part III: The Global Economy

  • Global Exchange Forum:

    Lessons from Cultural Education Series (Student dialogue and open discussion)

Frequently Asked Questions:

Who can register?

People in high school or college from the age of 17 to 23 are welcome to register for the 2013 International Collegiate Leadership Institute.

How much does it cost?

Residence Price: $2,500 USD
(Includes: deposit, tuition, lodging, three meals each day, weekend trips, all institute activities, transportation)

South Africa Students Call for Pricing: +012.991.3105

Non-Residence (Local) Price: $750
(Participants will not stay on campus. Price covers deposit, lunches and program materials )

Optional for Non-Residence/Local Students: $300 Washington, D.C. Trip (Weekend learning tour)

How do I enroll?

  1. Download the forms below, fill them out and send them to
  2. Secure your spot with a $250 non-refundable deposit
Download International Collegiate Leadership Institute Overview>>>
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Download Required Referral Form>>>

Will I get a certificate?

Yes. You will get a certificate of completion at the end of the program.


Dr. Bramwell Osula

Dr. Osula is active in a variety of leadership and other programs as a professor, consultant, trainend mentor. He is an applied human services practitioner with a wealth of experience that cuts across the areas of global leadership, cultural analysis, and consultant management.

Dr. Kathleen Patterson

Dr. Kathleen Patterson is noted as an expert on servant leadership and is involved in numerous consulting projects locally, nationally and abroad. She is an associate Professor at Regent University School of Business and Leadership. As the lead instructor of this institute, Dr. Patterson will teach on leadership characteristics, design and review final assignments, as well as answer questions via email throughout the duration of the Institute.

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