Recruiting Farther Upstream: U.S. Institutions Are Exploring New Opportunities Among International High School Students
By Vicki Valosik
The number of international students in secondary schools in the United States has been on the rise, bringing opportunities and challenges to recruitment professionals.

Case Study: The Business of Global Engagement
By Mark Toner
How two entrepreneurial alumni are successfully encouraging their global peers to study in the United States.

Middle Class Rising: As the Number of Families with Discretionary Income Grows, So Do Prospects for More International Students
By Menachem Wecker
Historically, expansion in the number of middle-class families has meant more students going abroad for college, but there are many factors to consider.

Departments and Columns

From the Editor in Chief

Embracing the New
By Lisa Schock


  • Soft Skills: Let’s Take the Next Step
  • What is America’s Most Valuable Export?

In Brief

  • Impact of China’s College-Age Population Decline on International Education
  • Report Tracks Violence Against Higher Education
  • U.S. Graduate Schools See First Decline in International Enrollment Numbers Since 2003
  • Report Explores Impact of U.S. Study on International Students’ Career Prospects
  • Europe Sees Robust Growth in English-Taught Bachelor’s Degree Programs
  • OECD Reports the Cooling of International Student Mobility Growth

Global Spotlight


Quick Questions

A Look Ahead at International Education

Education Abroad

Controlling the Message
By Janet Hulstrand

International Student Affairs

Smooth Transition
By Glenn Cook

International Enrollment

Uphill Recruiting
By Stephen G. Pelletier

International Education Leadership

Getting Through: How International Education Leaders Can Let International Students Know They’re Welcome
By Susan Ladika


Eight Developments to Expect in 2018
By David L. Di Maria

In Focus

Witness to History
By Kathryn Deaver