This webinar provides an overview of the education systems of Malaysia, Indonesia, and Brazil. Dr. Lou Nunes details the education system in Brazil, as well as explain how to evaluate credentials from Brazil to ensure legitimacy. Guy Perring describes the higher education systems of both Malaysia and Indonesia.
Many offices rely on student staff or volunteers to provide advising, mentoring, and programming to their student populations. While providing invaluable support, these students must also gain skills and training that will prepare them for future global careers. In this NAFSA e-Learning Seminar, participants will learn strategies for delivering impactful and effective student staff training. Discover ways to better prepare your student staff or volunteers for their responsibilities and the situations they will come across. This seminar will also provide examples of programs from international student services and education abroad offices that focus on helping them develop global leadership and intercultural competencies.
Fully revised and updated, the book tackles the vital issues involved in English language testing. Computer-based and other alternative testing methods, ethical considerations, and the challenges of assessing test validity are among the topics covered.
Evaluating Foreign Educational Credentials: An Introductory Guide is a downloadable interactive PDF publication that helps you make sense of foreign educational credentials and gives you a starting point for evaluations. Example documents are shown throughout.
As a companion to The International Education Handbook: Principles and Practices of the Field, the Facilitator's Guide offers student learning outcomes, discussion and reflection questions, and classroom and online activities.
While the majority of international students rely on family support to pay the full tuition price, many students often encounter financial circumstances beyond their control and need extra support to continue their studies. Presenters Aline Orfali and Abe Schafermeyer discuss how their institutions provide funding for international students, ranging from scholarships to tuition remission strategies and innovative work study programs. Orfali and Schafermeyer describe the programs that exist on their campuses, clarify alternative ways to support and retain students, and share ideas on how to gain institutional buy-in for assisting students who encounter unforeseen economic situations.
This book examines international students' needs through the use of quotes, anecdotes, and reflection questions. It offers specific strategies, resources, and activities for responding to common instructional challenges.
Some fraudulent applications are so clearly falsified that they are easy to catch, and easy to joke about. But what about fraudulent applications that are more sophisticated? How can you detect them? Should you change your China recruiting and admissions practices?
Guidelines for Ethical Practices in International Student Recruitment is a guide to ethical practices in recruiting international students. Each chapter includes guidelines to ethical practice illustrated through detailed exercises and case studies.
Today, all U.S. colleges and universities want the opportunity to hire international employees. To do so effectively, all institutions should develop and implement a sound immigration sponsorship policy As federal immigration practices and rules evolve, even schools with established sponsorship programs will want to periodically reevaluate their own approach to ensure compliance and efficacy. This webinar will provide you with key factors to consider when creating and evaluating your institution’s immigration sponsorship policy. A foundation of commonly used employment-based visa categories, sample policies from institutions around the country, and guidelines for determining your individual institution’s policy will be included.
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