Internationalizing Higher Education


Comprehensive Internationalization

Integrating internationalization into the ethos of institutions requires vision, leadership, and engagement of administrators, faculty and student services.

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Leading Internationalization

Whether as senior international officer or head of a department, those leading internationalization need a wide range of resources to plan ahead but also to respond just in time.

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Internationalizing the Curriculum

Curriculum integration of study abroad and expanding curricula with international students’ perspectives are important, as is internationalizing curricula across all disciplines.

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Key Issues, Trends, and Research

Timely commentary on current issues in internationalization, as well as information on trends and overviews of research.

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With nearly 10,000 members on more than 3,500 campuses in the United States, NAFSA is uniquely positioned to be a force for internationalization of higher education.