Recent e-Learning Seminars
Effective Social Media For Promotion and Engagement
March 24, 2016
Effective social media communication is a necessity for international education professionals. Social networks provide a valuable opportunity to connect with both new students and students participating in current programs. How do other institutions connect with students? How can you improve your social media presence?
Recruiting International Students Within the United States
April 20, 2016
Recruiting international students in the United States is both cost-effective and an excellent way to diversify your recruitment pool. With more of these students attending U.S. high schools and community colleges, recruiters must find new ways to tap into this emerging market.
On-Demand e-Learning Seminars
Recordings of past e-Learning Seminars are available for purchase. View all on-demand e-Learning Seminars here.
- Beyond Brazil: Recruiting from the Southern Cone
- Building Relationships with Sponsored Student Agencies
- Cross-Cultural Dynamics in Crisis Management
- Education Systems in Malaysia, Indonesia, and Brazil
- Financial Strategies to Recruit, Support, and Retain International Students
- Immigration Regulations: Where to Find Them, How to Use Them
- International Enrollment Management in Action: Keys to Successful Implementation
- International Student Retention Research: Results and Best Practices
- International Student Retention: Three Measured Approaches
- Mobilizing International Alumni for Student Recruitment
- Optimizing the Enrollment Cycle: Customer Relationship Management (CRM) Systems
- Recruiting in China: A Primer on China Market Intelligence
- Successful International Student Recruitment: With and Without Agents
- Today's Chinese Student: Cultural Insights for Better Integration
- Today's Chinese Student: Understanding the U.S. Classroom
- Today's Chinese Student: What Really Matters
- NAFSA e-Learning Seminar Package: Today's Chinese Student
- Using Data as Insight in International Recruitment
Introduction to Armchair International Student Recruitment
This six-week, self-paced course provides an overview of international student recruitment strategies that can be implemented without travel. These include analyzing the market, creating a recruitment plan, evaluating recruitment strategies, using marketing tools, understanding the international student recruitment process, evaluating third-party recruiting resources, and measuring and demonstrating marketing results.
Deepen your current skills and acquire cross-cutting functional skills as you are guided through a participatory, in-depth exploration of the following topics: