International Enrollment Management

Admission and Placement of International Students and Scholars

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Contributing to Comprehensive Internationalization

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English as a Second Language Program Administration

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Preparing International Student and Scholars for Study in the United States

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Recruiting International Students and Scholars

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Recruiting Virtually with U.S. Commercial Service

As we move into planning for the future and a new recruitment cycle with lean staffing model and budget constraints, institutions are seeking alternative ways to recruit students. Learn about the U.S. Commercial Service’s virtual resources that institutions can utilize in their international student
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Continuity of Operations for the International Office

Adapted from a March 10, 2020 post on the NAFSA International Scholar Advising Network by Tina Rousselot de Saint Céran (Georgia Tech), chair of the NAFSA Knowledge Community for International Student and Scholar Services (KCISSS). There are multiple considerations for the transition from in-person
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Practical Operations in Crisis Management

What did you learn about your crisis management plan during this most recent pandemic response? Although most offices have a protocol for crisis management, it is often found lacking when put to the test. During this text-based chat, three panelists answered questions from members about model
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Responding to a Worldwide Health Crisis and Travel Restrictions

Recent concerns regarding the spread of the coronavirus has myriad implications for the international education community in the United States and abroad. This Town Hall for NAFSA members provided context for the current challenges for international educators and shared updates on the travel
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NAFSA COVID-19 Regulatory Requests to the Agencies

Two NAFSA letters sent to agency leadership ask the agencies to address immigration-related COVID-19 concerns within four major groupings that offer specific examples: Protect the immigration status of students, scholars, staff, and faculty at U.S. educational institutions Provide flexibility on
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Swiss Student Mobility Beyond Europe

By Gordon Millar, Barbara Stettler, and Xaver Büeler Until recently, Swiss universities have focused on European student mobility. The European Union’s non-EU member status has allowed Swiss universities to participate in EU educational exchange and international project-funding programs during two
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Resources for Online Telework and Learning

In response to the COVID-19 outbreak in the United States, many institutions have closed or transitioned to working remotely and online teaching with little advanced notice. Entire offices have instructed employees to telework and stay home for an indefinite period of time while faculty pivot to
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