This updated publication provides education abroad professionals with tools to identify and help education abroad participants with mental health challenges.
As universities work to recruit and retain international students, there is a growing need to develop methods and resources that address the unique mental health concerns of international communities. This important publication features helpful resources and practical, action-oriented checklists for international student advisers on topics including peer mentoring programs, insurance for mental health services, and advice for handling day-to-day stressors.
This new guide for both new and veteran international student advisers covers all steps of the process of welcoming international students with disabilities to our campus, from predepature to postarrival.
By the Task Force of the Teaching, Learning, and Scholarship Knowledge Community, this document provides essential background and information to allow international educators to participate in assessment and evaluation, and it summarizes what is being done and by whom, identifying key resources and existing practices for international educators.
Bridging the Gap: Recruitment and Retention to Improve International Student Experiences raises important questions about what we know about the experience of undergraduate international students at U.S. higher education institutions. Perhaps more critically, it explores what we think we know about the reasons international undergraduates enroll at a particular campus, why they stay, or why they transfer.
Completely updated, this digital download is a compendium of sample forms and publications typically needed, produced, and used when administering programs in education abroad offices, and is a good opportunity to see what other institutions are doing and adapt these samples for your own purposes. Especially new is an added chapter on blogs and social media.
A compilation of NAFSA Trends & Insights articles written by authors with a wide range of perspectives on international education and global learning.
Zinch China completed a large-scale survey to identify key market segments and assess their size, and identify which types of students are interested in overseas education to make it easier for admissions officers to target their recruiting efforts.
Successful sponsored program administration requires clear and frequent communication between a student’s sponsor, the program managing organization, and the educational or training institution.
Based on the seminal publication Comprehensive Internationalization: From Concept to Action, this new digital download examines the lessons learned and future prospects for comprehensive and strategic internationalization.
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