Touted for their role in infusing international perspectives into the U.S. college experience, global leadership programs are now an important tool to keep internationalization at the forefront as travel remains limited.
What began as a social media movement to welcome international students to the United States has become a tangible commitment to bring those students to U.S. campuses.
As international students stay home, the financial impact of the pandemic on U.S. institutions could exceed $3 billion. Short-term strategies can lead to long-term successes.
With international mobility drastically slowed, institutions are seeking creative ways to work with new and existing partners that can outlast the pandemic.
Approaches, models, and keys to success for virtual learning to help sustain international education during uncertain times.
As the coronavirus continues to upend higher education around the world, emergency managers look back—and ahead—to build resilient international programs.
The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has rocked international education. Here’s a look at how some institutions are responding.
Intensive English programs are expanding their offerings and rethinking the role they can play in higher education.
Why international enrollment management professionals should rethink what return on investment means and how to measure it.
Increasing numbers of undergraduates are interested in pursuing research opportunities abroad, and international educators are at the nexus of campus collaboration to ensure student success.