Internationalizing Higher Education


Comprehensive Internationalization

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

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.

Internationalizing the Curriculum

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

Key Issues, Trends, and Research

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

Senator Paul Simon Award for Campus Internationalization

The Simon Award recognizes colleges and universities that are making significant, well-planned, well-executed, and well-documented progress toward comprehensive internationalization—especially those using innovative and creative approaches.

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.