Recruiting International Students and Scholars

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Considerations When Creating a Travel Policy

This resource is to help colleges and universities consider international travel policies for faculty and staff traveling abroad. In addition to the common elements of travel, it is essential to have resources to mitigate risks to travelers' health, safety, and security in this post pandemic world.
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Mobilizing International Alumni for Student Recruitment

Is your campus doing enough to mobilize your international alumni for student recruitment? With tight recruitment budgets and increasing international student recruitment goals, building an international alumni network is a cost-effective way to tap into an often overlooked resource.
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Immigration Regulations: Where to Find Them, How to Use Them

David Fosnocht, NAFSA's director of immigration practice resources, shares insights on how to find and use regulations accurately in your reasoning and decisionmaking. Using advising examples, he will show how to elicit relevant facts, overcome common misunderstandings, and identify applicable rules
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Building Relationships with Sponsored Student Agencies

This webinar covers model practices for enrollment and advising of sponsored students from different campuses' perspectives, including an intensive English program. Expert speakers discuss how to maintain good communication with the sponsoring agency, as well as how to engage and integrate the
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Recruiting International Students Within the United States

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.
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Effective Communication and Planning With Parents

Today’s student is accustomed to increased family involvement and interaction. These young adults often depend on their families for advice, guidance, and financial support throughout their university experiences and beyond. As a result, international education professionals have had to modify their
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