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Please sign up for the course before registration end date. All end dates are final due to migrations of cohorts into the courses.
Education abroad is an evolving field. The adviser is required to support a wide variety of student needs throughout their education abroad experience. This four-week, self-paced course guides you through the demands often faced throughout the education abroad cycle, providing you with best practices, and tools to use in your own advising practice.
Who Should Register
Education abroad professionals seeking growth in their advising skills.
Please purchase this course with your credit card through the NAFSA Shop. Please note that we are no longer able to process paper registrations and payments submitted via fax due to strict stay-at-home orders recently issued for Maryland, Virginia, and the District of Columbia.
- Adapt your advising strategy to meet the changing needs of your education abroad students through six programmatic stages
- Address advising situations that advisers commonly encounter in their day-to-day work
- Work efficiently, effectively, and collaboratively to support education abroad student needs within your organization and the program destination
Modules and Learning Outcomes
Seven self-paced modules guide new education abroad professionals through a learning process of education abroad basics, eliminating the need to learn through trial and error. Glossaries, frequently asked questions, a companion workbook, and self quizzes are also included. In addition, you will learn where to find and access key resources to continue your learning after the conclusion of the course.
Your 2020 Education Abroad Advising e-Learning Dean
Make use of a unique opportunity. Our subject matter expert, Mandy Reinig, will be monitoring the discussion boards. If you have questions throughout the course or about situations you are currently facing, she will be ready to provide insights along with your peers.