International Enrollment Management

Jessica Sandberg
Practical steps to address threats to, and advocate for, IEM during the pandemic.
John Gallagher
The pandemic forced institutions to make quick decisions about their testing policies, and the long-term effects are yet to be seen.
Mark Toner
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.
Karen Doss Bowman
Expanding virtual recruitment and finding new ways to collaborate can help enrollment professionals adapt to the new normal.
Mark Toner
The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has rocked international education. Here’s a look at how some institutions are responding.
John Gallagher
How to turn vendors into valued collaborators in international enrollment efforts.
Charlotte West
Intensive English programs are expanding their offerings and rethinking the role they can play in higher education.
Jessica Sandberg
Why international enrollment management professionals should rethink what return on investment means and how to measure it.
Meredith Bell, Rachel de Rosset
While Spain is a top destination for students from around the world, the country has struggled to maintain quality and retain students in its higher education system.
Charlotte West
With the right support, this population’s intercultural skills and global competencies can be a boon to internationalization efforts on campus.