Designed to bring international education practitioners up to speed on key job responsibilities and best practices, e-Learning courses are perfect for new professionals in international student and scholar advising, international student recruitment and admissions, and education abroad.
- Cost- and Time-Effective: With no travel expenses or time out of the office, e-learning courses are priced for today's budget-conscious institutions and practitioners.
- Self-Paced: Offered in rolling sessions once or twice a month, each four-week course is divided into convenient modules, each taking 30 minutes to one hour to finish.
- Expert Resources: Gain access to valuable resources, worksheets, and glossaries. Learn where to find key resources to continue your learning after the course ends. Self quizzes help you assess your comprehension. A certificate of participation is provided upon completion.
F-1 Advising: Getting Started
As a new international student adviser, you need to get up to speed quickly to ensure compliance among F-1 students. This 4-week, self-paced course brings you into the office of a typical university to work with and support their international students.
F-1 Advising: Beyond the Basics
This newly updated four-week, self-guided e-Learning course will lead participants towards developing a comprehensive and nuanced approach to improve their F-1 advising.
F-1 Beyond the Basics: Employment and Training
This new four-week, self-guided e-Learning course will take participants beyond the basics to improve advising strategies for F-1 students seeking employment and training benefits.
Essentials of International Credential Evaluation
Understanding the basics of foreign credential evaluation is a necessity for anyone who works with international students. You can better assist international students when you have a fundamental knowledge of their country’s educational credentials.
J-1 Advising: Getting Started
This four-week, self-paced course provides a general overview of the fundamentals needed to advise J-1 Exchange Visitors to help them maintain their status during their stay in the United States.
International Student Recruitment: Methods and Strategies
This new four-week, self-paced course provides an overview of the international enrollment management cycle and effective recruitment strategies at each phase.
Education Abroad Advising
Education abroad is an evolving field. The adviser is required to support a wide variety of student needs throughout their education abroad experience.
Developing Short-Term Education Abroad Programs
This four-week, self-paced course provides an overview of institutional policies and procedures that impact short-term education abroad programs, program models, and more.