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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
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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
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Realigning Goals of EA With Employability: Successes and Challenges

Session Chair Marty Tillman, Global Career Compass Presenters Cheryl Matherly, Lehigh University Nannette Ripmeester, Expertise in Labour Mobility Davina Potts PhD, University of Melbourne Conference NAFSA 2019 Annual Conference & Expo, "Global Leadership, Learning, and Change." Overview This
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Education Abroad Visas for France - July 2019

Members of NAFSA’s Consular Affairs Liaison (CAL) subcommittee have been working with VFS and the French Consulate in DC over the last year to understand the changes in student visa processes and procedures. Join the one-hour Collegial Conversation, a text-based chat, to get your questions about
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NAFSA Education Abroad Regulatory Summit

August 3, 2021 | 10:00 am
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
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Helping Students Translate Study Abroad for the Job Search

Research indicates employers broadly value the knowledge and skills gained through international experiences. Yet students and their advisers often struggle with how to articulate the experience in terms that are relevant to prospective employers. How do you help students elevate the study abroad
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