Toward a Better World
By Susan Ladika
Internships abroad centered on social justice issues inspire ideas that—when put into action—can change the world.

Tech Abroad
By Cathy Yarbrough
Computer science and technology students get a global perspective with unique education abroad experiences that help them prepare for their future careers.

The University of Virginia Seeks to Emulate Its Founder
By Christopher Connell
Founded by Thomas Jefferson, the third president of the United States and author of The Declaration of Independence, the University of Virginia puts education in a global context.

Departments and Columns


Technology Boom Helped Drive International Students to the United States
By Stuart Anderson

In Brief

  • Cuba Travel Restrictions Eased; President Obama Announces Grant to Expand U.S.-Cuba Study Abroad
  • Canada Relaxes Requirements for International Students Seeking Citizenship
  • U.S. Department of Homeland Security Publishes Final STEM OPT Rule
  • Expanding Access to Visas in New York City
  • Building Strategic and Sustainable Partnerships
  • UK Universities Push for Continued EU Membership
  • U.S. Education Mission to Africa
  • Expanding Study Abroad
  • A Glimpse at International Education in 2025

Global Spotlight

Poland: An Emerging Hotspot for International Students
Charlotte West

Education Abroad

Increasing Diversity in Education Abroad
By Janet Hulstrand

Foreign Student Affairs

Welcoming Women From the Middle East
By Karen Leggett

International Enrollment

Recruiting in India
By Dana Wilkie

View From Out Here

Justice for All: Study Abroad Leads to Legal Reform in Uganda
By James Gash


Beyond Foreign Languages
By Kathleen Stein-Smith

In Focus

Memories of Kabale
By Lyndsey Brahm