In This Issue
Does Your Curriculum Serve International Students?
Recruiting and Admitting International Students: Key Considerations
The Transition In: Setting International Students Up for Academic Success
The Transition Out: Moving International Students into the Donor Pipeline
A Letter from Amit Mrig, President, Academic Impressions
According to the Open Doors report on international education, international student enrollment has increased every year for the past 60 years. With this trend expected to continue, and international students becoming an increasingly important constituent group, it’s critical for institutions to take a more holistic view at how they’re meeting these students’ needs now and in the future.
Beyond recruitment efforts, institutions need to think broadly about integration into the campus community and the academic curriculum to ensure international students persist and succeed. They also need to plant seeds for future support and giving as these students graduate and potentially return to their home countries.
A holistic strategy for approaching the international student market can serve both the students and your institution well. We’ve asked experts in the field to share advice and insights into recruitment, transition, campus life, the academic curriculum, and moving international students into the donor pipeline. We hope their advice will be useful to you.