This document is one of several new Web-based resources called NAFSA e-Publications. E-Publications offer special features including Web pages, downloadable and printable PDFs, and customized tools.
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This online publication is a guide to ethical practices in recruiting international students. Each chapter includes two parts. Part 1 provides an overview of the topic from knowledgeable administrators and practitioners and includes guidelines to ethical practice, a review of common dilemmas, and ideas about how to marginalize unethical practices. Part 2 provides additional information via detailed exercises and case studies. Chapters focus on different stakeholder groups. The guidance in this resource is based primarily on the
NAFSA Code of Ethics
This tool offers an overview of the topic and training supportboth
for professionals who are new to their jobs and also
for more advanced professionals who will be training new staff (or need a refresher on the topic of ethics in recruiting).
Notice of Liability
The information in this document is distributed on an "As is" basis, without warranty. While every precaution has been taken in the preparation of this book, neither the author(s) nor NAFSA shall have any liability to any persons nor entity with respect to any loss or damage caused or alleged to be caused directly or indirectly by the instruction (s) contained in this document. Please note that while NAFSA periodically checks and updates the Web site links included in this e-Publication, NAFSA cannot guarantee that every link to another institution's Web site is current.
Acceptable Use Guidelines
Electronic resources are provided for the benefit of the international education community. However, commercial use, systematic or excessive downloading, or electronic redistribution of this publication are all expressly prohibited.
Released January 2006
© 2006 NAFSA: Association of International Educators. All rights reserved.
NAFSA gratefully acknowledges Hobsons, a NAFSA Global Partner
, for underwriting this project.