What three institutions on three continents are doing to advance sustainability in international education.
CANIE co-founder and NAFSA Senior Fellow Alisa Lamont on the misconceptions, challenges, and opportunities around sustainability and international education.
The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals paint an aspirational vision of the future. They also can provide a practical point of entry for internationalization across multiple disciplines.
Bringing the human touch to recruitment, admissions, and beyond is the key to making sure international students succeed.
How education abroad offices can limit the environmental impacts of study abroad programs on their host communities.
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.
A handful of private institutions in India are shaking up the country’s higher education landscape.
With a growing number of Indian students on U.S. campuses, there are several ways for international offices to better support this population.
Rethinking recruiting and retention in the international office as the world reopens.