Two institutions’ initiatives put refugee students at the forefront.
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Study abroad programs are returning to full strength, but the landscape has shifted significantly since the pandemic. Education abroad professionals share the four areas that may have lasting changes.
There may be no “magic recipe,” but like any good partnership, team building requires a lot of planning, focus, and communication.
Due diligence for partnerships encompasses a range of factors, including legal, financial, regulatory, and ethical implications.
As study abroad offices ramp up their programs after the COVID-19 pandemic, several considerations can help guide the evaluation of new and existing partnerships.
Approaches to connecting with career services to boost opportunities for international students.
Senior international officers increasingly find themselves responsible for fundraising, but where should they start—and who should they partner with on campus?
LGBTQ students are increasingly represented in international programs. Understanding the resources that they need for support requires considering how identity connects with student experience.
Creating actionable strategies can start with small steps.
Burnout is real—but there are a few ways to mitigate its effects and set the next generation of international educators up for success.