NAFSA Bookstore

The NAFSA Bookstore features a wide variety of practice-related and thought-provoking publications written by leading experts in international education. Find the professional resources you need to stay informed with NAFSA’s books, posters, student guides, and more. Search for titles and subjects relevant to your needs.

Evaluating Foreign Credentials Cover
The third edition of this best-selling resource guides readers through the most important elements of foreign credential evaluation, such as researching foreign educational systems, identifying fraudulent documents, and converting grades and credits earned. Special features include: more than 50
Facilitating Education Abroad: Blueprints for Successful Advising
Facilitating Education Abroad is an asset for education abroad advisers seeking to expand their programs and advising services. Covering topics such as marketing and outreach, managing student records, and linking international experiences to career development, this publication features more than
Factors Influencing U.S. Int'l Student Enrollment Growth cover
NAFSA, in partnership with APLU and INTO, conducted a longitudinal analysis of factors influencing international student enrollment at U.S. higher education institutions to produce Factors Influencing International Student Enrollment Growth and Decline: A Multi-Factor Analysis of 2 Decades of Data
Friendship With An American Host
Friendship With An American Host: A Guide for International Students at U.S. Colleges and Universities is a handy guide designed for international students. This booklet provides insight into common U.S. customs as well as ways in which international students can engage with their host and peers and
Funding Your Education Abroad Cover Image
Funding Your Education Abroad: Understanding the Basics of Student Aid and International Education is designed for U.S. students interested in education abroad and their families. This handy booklet covers types of financial aid and eligibility, how to apply for awards, how to make sure a program is