Student Advising

Search Facet - Subtopic
Sub-topic>Student Advising

Advising Globally Mobile Students for Career Success

Global student mobility is about more than just what a student learns while abroad. It’s about how they apply the skills, knowledge, and insights gained for their future careers. Students seek applicable learning outcomes from an international experience while employers frequently report that they
Read More

Changes to Veterans Benefits for Education Abroad

The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs recently announced new guidance to the way veteran’s educational benefits can be used for education abroad programs. Members of NAFSA’s Education Abroad Regulatory Practice Committee and a School Certifying Official from the University of Colorado Boulder
Read More

Q&A for ROTC Students Considering Education Abroad and Project GO

In the field of education abroad, advisers and administrators are constantly seeking ways to increase access and ensure that we are providing support to a broad spectrum of students. This Q&A guide is designed to provide insight on working with ROTC students seeking an overseas experience: What are
Read More

NAFSA Education Abroad Regulatory Summit

The applicability of federal regulations to education abroad as a professional area of practice is increasingly complex. Amid all the details and challenges of sending students abroad, it can be easy to overlook the impact of federal regulations on the everyday work of managing programs. Regulations
Read More

The Art of Advising Artists

Advising student artists often comes with unique challenges. This NAFSA Collegial Conversation will discuss various models and common issues that arise when advising international artists, from CPT policies to OPT considerations to filing for O-1s. Join expert panelists as they share best practices
Read More

Emotional Support Animals in Education Abroad

Emotional Support Animals (ESAs) have become an increasingly hot topic not only in the news, but more recently a growing issue in the field of education abroad. More and more, students with mental health disabilities, such as Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and anxiety, are requesting to bring
Read More

Model Practices in Education Abroad Heritage Programming

Specialized heritage programs in education abroad are an opportunity for students to gain international experience while connecting with a culture related to their unique heritage. Programs to Europe, Africa, the Middle East, and Asia as well as other regions may serve both an academic purpose and a
Read More

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. This self-paced e-Learning course guides you through the demands often faced throughout the education abroad cycle, providing you with best
Read More