"Our goal in founding
and developing both

The Harry and Reba Huge Foundation and the DVH Scholarship Fund is to focus on a broad range of programs supporting education for young students in the United States and abroad. The focus is on the students becoming leaders in their chosen fields, states and countries where they live and work."

Harry Huge, Co-founder

Exchange Programs with the University of Tartu, Estonia

In 2007, an historic, exchange partnership between Nebraska Wesleyan University and the University of Tartu in Estonia was born, including not only students, but also faculty and distinguished lecturers in academics, politics, and business. In 2012, the College of Charleston joined the Exchange.

In addition to providing an opportunity for students to bridge home culture and experiences with different ones across the world, these programs promote an appreciation for democratic principles by facilitating economic and political cooperation, thereby enhancing the lives of all who participate.

International Exchange News

Dec 04, 2019
Huge Scholar and NWU Graduate Wins Startup Competition in Estonia
Huge Scholar Eric Jackson (pictured center) won the 2019 Prototron Competition in Tallinn, Estonia. Eric’s startup, Recovery Companion, is developing a mobile application prototype that utilizes peer-to-peer matchmaking algorithms to precisely match together those fighting cancer based on similar diagnosis, treatment and interests so they can share the cancer treatment journey together instead of in isolation.... Read More
Dec 11, 2018
College of Charleston and Tallinn Tech Sign Exchange Agreement
On November 1, 2018  Provost Brian McGee (center), Interim President Steve Osborne (left) and Rector Jaak Aaviksoo (right) signed an exchange agreement between Tallinn University of Technology and the College of Charleston. The agreement gives students from both schools the opportunity to study abroad with the support of the Harry and Reba Huge Foundation. The... Read More
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Quick Facts

Population: 1,340,0000

1918: Established its independence, but fell under Soviet Union rule during WWII

1991: Restored its independence in the bloodless, beautiful "Singing Revolution"

Highest per capita income in Central Europe

Founded in 1632, the University of Tartu is one of Europe’s oldest universities

A European Union and NATO member since 2004.

Situated between the Baltic Sea to the north and west, Russia to its east, and the Baltic countries to its south, Estonia is a country the size of the eastern third of Nebraska. The University of Tartu was founded in 1632 and today is home to nearly 17,000 students. The city of Tartu is home to 100,000 people. Its young population, university, research centers, cultural opportunities, and abundant parks make it a highly desirable place to live, work, and study.


Quick Facts

Population: 1,900,0000

1867: Became a state

Founded in 1887, Nebraska Wesleyan University is one of the oldest, most acclaimed liberal arts schools in the Midwest.

Located in Nebraska's capital city of Lincoln, a vibrant, cultural city of 250,000 people, Nebraska Wesleyan University is home to 1,600 students, ranks among the top 8 schools of any size nationally in the number of Academic All-Americans and serves as one of the nation’s leaders in producing Fulbright Scholarship winners.

South Carolina

Quick Facts

Population: 4,274,0000

1788: Became a state

Founded in 1770, the College of Charleston is the 11th oldest institution of higher education in the U.S. and one of the most respected universities in the Southeastern part of the country.

The College of Charleston is a nationally recognized, public liberal arts and sciences university located in the heart of historic Charleston, S.C. Founded in 1770, the College is among the nation’s top universities for quality education, student life, and affordability. The College serves approximately 10,000 undergraduates and 1,500 graduate students as a living and learning laboratory for experiences in business, science, teaching, the humanities, languages, and the arts.