International Enrollment Management


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Professional Development Resources and Opportunities for Overseas NAFSA Practitioners This network resource is a compilation of NAFSA resources for International Education Professionals outside the U.S. This resource includes a list of professional development opportunities for both NAFSA members and non-members. Jul 10, 2017
Projecting International Enrollment

This resource focuses on projecting international enrollment which requires the use of data and benchmarking including conducting an internal review, national trend analysis, and peer institutional analysis. Each step is discussed along with some examples.

Nov 01, 2016
Educational System of Scotland

IEM SPOTLIGHT NEWSLETTER, VOL. 13, ISSUE 1 - May 2016 Typically, Scottish students attend seven years of primary and six years of secondary education, leading to the Scottish “Highers” qualification required for admission to most higher education institutions in Scotland.

May 13, 2016
Educational System of the United Kingdom

IEM SPOTLIGHT NEWSLETTER, VOL. 13, ISSUE 1 - May 2016 The UK education systems are managed at a regional level by the individual countries that make up the United Kingdom (England, Wales, Northern Ireland, and Scotland). This article focuses on

May 13, 2016
Meet an IEM Newcomer: Stacy Woodward

IEM SPOTLIGHT NEWSLETTER, VOL. 13, ISSUE 1 - May 2016 STACY WOODWARD Intensive English Program Assistant, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire Where I live: Eau Claire, Wisconsin Where I was born: Ashland, Wisconsin Family: Most of my family lives in the

May 13, 2016
IEM Network.NAFSA Forum Highlights - May 2016

IEM SPOTLIGHT NEWSLETTER, VOL. 13, ISSUE 1 - May 2016 ADMISSIONS AND CREDENTIAL EVALUATION (ACE) NETWORK U.S. Equivalency for Three-Year Bachelor Degrees from Australia March 21, 2016 A discussion on whether three-year bachelor degree holders from Australia should be considered for

May 13, 2016
Redesigning an Institutional Office Website for an International Audience

IEM SPOTLIGHT NEWSLETTER, VOL. 13, ISSUE 1 - May 2016 We are preparing to launch a new graduate admission website for my university. My team and I have all worked hard to put it together and are excited for its

May 13, 2016
The United Kingdom Becomes the Number One European Sender of Students to U.S. Universities

IEM SPOTLIGHT NEWSLETTER, VOL. 13, ISSUE 1 - May 2016 In November 2015, the Institute of International Education’s Open Doors report revealed that a record 10,743 British students were enrolled at U.S. universities in 2014–15. Undergraduate study is the driving

May 13, 2016
Meet an IEM Professional: Julio D. España

IEM SPOTLIGHT NEWSLETTER, VOL. 13, ISSUE 1 - May 2016 JULIO D. ESPAÑA Director of Global Admissions, Kennesaw State University Where I live: Marietta, Georgia Where I was born: Guatemala City, Guatemala Family: Married Education: I attended Georgia Perimeter College,

May 13, 2016
Credential Survey of the United Kingdom

IEM SPOTLIGHT NEWSLETTER, VOL. 13, ISSUE 1 - May 2016 To give readers a range of perspectives regarding the foreign academic credentials found in the country or region covered in IEM Spotlight, the editorial team surveys a number of colleges

May 13, 2016
Celebrating IEM: Interview with Robert Watkins

IEM SPOTLIGHT NEWSLETTER, VOL. 11, ISSUE 1 - May 2016 Just before I set out to interview Robert Watkins, I realized that not only is Robert recognized as an authority in the international education field, but his work served as

May 11, 2016
New Qualifications for the Growing Tide of College-Bound U.S. Students

IEM SPOTLIGHT NEWSLETTER, VOL. 11, ISSUE 1 - May 2016 With the sheer quantity of college applications rising every year, the tools for assessing the quality of prospective students need to evolve as well. Traditional methods for evaluating fit and

May 11, 2016
Real Skills for the Real World: An Introduction to Pearson BTEC Qualifications

IEM SPOTLIGHT NEWSLETTER, VOL. 11, ISSUE 1 - May 2016 About BTEC Pearson is the United Kingdom’s largest awarding organization offering academic, vocational, and work-based learning qualifications, including BTEC. BTECs are career-based qualifications designed to give students the real world,

May 11, 2016
A Look at the History of Scottish Education and Its Place in the Modern World

IEM SPOTLIGHT NEWSLETTER, VOL. 11, ISSUE 1 - May 2016 Rightly or wrongly, Scotland is a country stereotypically famous for haggis, Rabbie Burns (and all the palaver associated with our national bard), men in tartan kilts, the skirl of the

May 11, 2016
IEM Spotlight - May 2016

Welcome to the United Kingdom! According to the Institute of International Education’s Open Doors 2015 report, the United Kingdom ranked twelfth on the list of top sending countries, with more than 10,000 students sent to the United States during the 2014–15 academic year.

May 11, 2016
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