Three Global North-Global South partnerships demonstrate mutual benefits through shared research and learning goals.
What is the difference between these two terms—and why does it matter for international higher education?
It will come as no surprise to anyone that after years of steady growth, international student enrollment in the United States dropped below 1 million in 2020–2021, following a 15 percent drop the previous year. A pandemic dip was inevitable—it was just a matter of how much of a dip there would be
Academic freedom and internationalization are at the heart of higher ed. But in the face of growing global threats, the relationship between the two is becoming more complex.
Preparing international programs to face the future—and making the field sustainable for the next generation.
What three institutions on three continents are doing to advance sustainability in international education.
Despite obstacles, India has enormous potential to be a major player in international education.
India’s tertiary education sector faces a period of tremendous expansion as reform efforts aim to overcome challenges.
How leaders can navigate the new normal—and the new budget cycle—on their campus.
An excerpt from the forthcoming book NAFSA’s Guide to Education Abroad, Fifth Edition, highlights the skill of budget management.