This new edition of NAFSA’s best-selling book focuses on various aspects of recruiting, including assessing an institution’s readiness to recruit international students, building human resource capacity for international recruitment, creating an international recruitment plan, recruiting international students from within the United States, assessing return on investment in international student recruitment, and more.
About the Editor
Jessica Black Sandberg is the director of international admissions at Temple University.
“ Whether you are a seasoned veteran or a rookie breaking into the international enrollment management profession, NAFSA’s Guide to International Student Recruitment, Third Edition, represents a mission-critical tome of knowledge, content, and expertise. From the historical evolution of overseas student recruitment, the theoretical underpinnings of why and how we do what we do, to the myriad new directions and opportunities available, this guide is simply a must-read for the IEM community. Many of the brightest minds in our field have contributed to this impressive resource.”—Marty Bennett, director, international admissions and services, University of Findlay
"A welcome update to the 2009 edition, the third edition of NAFSA’s Guide to International Student Recruitment is authored by respected professionals and offers clarity on complex issues in addition to providing informed guidance for practitioners. Perfect for facilitating campus discussions on IEM, this comprehensive volume is rich and well-organized with tips and techniques, sage advice, and additional resources for the reader to pursue. For the novice or seasoned professional, this guide is accessible, relevant, and timely deserving of a place in every international admissions office." —George F. Kacenga, MS, director, international enrollment management, international affairs, University of Colorado Denver
NAFSA’s Guide to International Student Recruitment is a comprehensive resource for profes-sionals across all levels. The book dives into a wide range of subjects that all factor into the international student recruitment process, from ensuring institutional readiness to assessing the effectiveness of your recruitment strategy. Whether used as a reference guide or read in its entirety, it provides substance, great perspectives, and concrete steps for anyone involved in recruiting international students. —Kirsten L. Feddersen, associate vice president international programs, International Programs Office, Southern New Hampshire University
About the Book
Table of Contents (130kb )
Introduction (137kb )
About the Authors (98kb )
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