As the education field recovers from 2 years significantly disrupted due to the pandemic, Flywire looked at the attitudes of students from five countries about pursuing and paying for education.
Christina W. Yao, PhD
Why we need to include more voices in internationalization and global knowledge production.
Karen Doss Bowman
In the wake of a pandemic that has fundamentally and forever changed the landscape of international education and mobility, what does it mean to be a global citizen? International educators from around the world offer their perspectives.
Mark Toner
Vaccine policies continue to evolve. Here’s how international offices are ensuring students stay informed.
John Gallagher
The future of education abroad is likely a mix of new virtual options and pre-COVID in-person elements.
Chad Goeden
NAFSA members discuss successful advising approaches, their professional development highlights, and more.
Karen Doss Bowman
Networking, mentoring, and learning from peers are all elements that play an important role in professional and career development.
Gretchen Dobson, EdD, Sandra Rincón, MSc, Şule Yalçın, MSc
International alumni in Turkey and virtual internships in Australia demonstrate the power of international professional development.
John Gallagher
The pandemic squeezed professional development opportunities for international educators. It also opened up new opportunities—and leaders should frame additional responsibilities as preparation for the postpandemic world.
Mark Toner
Four factors to consider as institutions prepare for students to study abroad.