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U.S. Veteran Affairs Benefits and Education Abroad Programs

As more and more soldiers are returning home, Education Abroad Offices are seeing an increase in veteran students seeking to use their U.S. …

Encouraging Underrepresented Students to Study Abroad: Making the Case for Advocacy

Your campus is likely one of many prioritizing international study and exchange for American university students. Are you reaching your students …

Funding Education Abroad: Available and Accessible

Supporting your students through the critical pre-departure stages such as program selection, application completion and orientation is challenging. …

Employer Attitudes toward Study Abroad, Frontiers: The Interdisciplinary Journal of Study Abroad, 2008

In recent years, as study abroad professionals have come to focus more squarely on the question of what students are in fact learning abroad, there …

Improving Undergraduate Learning for Employability through International Exposure

International education and the employability of UK students

(2012). International education and the employability of UK students. British Educational Research Journal: Vol. 38, No. 2, pp. 281-298.

United Kingdom

Do Study Abroad Programs Enhance the Employability of Graduates?, Education Finance and Policy, 2015

Using data on a large sample of recent Italian graduates, this paper investigates the extent to which participation in study abroad programs during …

The Handbook of Practice and Research in Study Abroad: Higher Education and the Quest for Global Citizenship

Co-published by AAC&U and Routledge, this book is a comprehensive survey of the study abroad and global learning fields. Each chapter conveys an …

This qualitative case study evaluates the impact of international study experiences on college students. Three international study tours originating from a Mid-...

• College Teaching<br>• Vol. 51, No. 4, Fall, 2003<br>• The World as a Class...<p>Journal Article<p>The World as a Classroom: The Impact of International Study …

Scholars who study Hinduism and India face hostile climate

The distrust and even disdain with which many practicing Hindus view the scholars who study their religion would likely surprise many outside the …

Hinduism

Long-Term Career Impact and Professional Applicability of the Study Abroad Experience, Frontiers: The Interdisciplinary Journal of Study Abroad, 2010

Research shows that study abroad experience affects professional qualifications. It is evident that employers value the skills and knowledge …

How Study Abroad Shapes Global Careers: Evidence from the United States

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SAGE Journals: Your gateway to world-class journal research

International experience and graduate employability: stakeholder perceptions on the connection

AIESEC. (2007). Every day starts today. Global Annual Report, Andergroup, Switzerland, …

Study Abroad's New Focus Is Job Skills

Cheryl Matherly was going through résumés with a hiring manager for a major consulting firm when she had her "aha" moment.<p>Like many employers, the …

Britain Pushes Universities to Expand Access to Poor, White Men

The government wants to increase enrollment for minority and disabled students. But it also seeks a new focus on white men from disadvantaged …

Florida's Indian River State College sees significant improvements in remediation

Florida's two-year colleges have become more creative in how they handle their lowest-performing students in the wake of a new performance funding …

Universities Build a 'Connected Learning' Network for Refugees

A coalition of colleges and NGOs want to offer refugees better higher-education opportunities through a mix of online courses and peer learning.Â

Princeton will keep Woodrow Wilson name

Princeton University announced Monday morning that it will keep the Woodrow Wilson name on the university’s public affairs school and one of its …

Growing number of small liberal arts colleges face the threat of closure after the Great Recession

• <b>A number of small liberal arts colleges are facing financial difficulties after the Great Recession</b>• <b><br>Many of the schools share certain traits like</b> …

New round of chalkings at Emory and new debate on pro-Trump message at Scripps

The Donald Trump campaign continues to roil campuses -- with some students viewing any pro-Trump message as an attack on minority students, and …

North Carolina bathroom law could change practices at public colleges and universities

Introduced, debated and passed last week -- by the North Carolina House and Senate -- and signed by the governor in under 12 hours. Such was sudden …

State audit accuses U of California of putting in-state residents at a disadvantage

Facing severe budget cuts from the state around 2010, University of California campuses started increasing their admission of out-of-state students, …

Higher Education

Terror attacks in Europe strike at epicenter of American study abroad

The University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign had 53 undergraduate students in Belgium at the time of the terrorist attacks at the Brussels airport …

College & University

Fulbright Seeks More Diverse Pool of Scholars and Students

State Department officials, study-abroad experts, and Fulbright alumni agree: The best way to diversify is through mentoring and word of mouth.

Why University Leaders Want Britain to Stay in the European Union

Leaving the political bloc would hurt research and the ability to attract global talent, says a public letter from 103 vice chancellors.

To Measure Teaching, Look to Health Care and Other Industries, Says British Think Tank

As Britain develops plans to evaluate university teaching, the Higher Education Policy Institute says lessons can be learned from other sectors.Â

U.S. Colleges Look to Recruit More Students From Africa

Representatives from more than two dozen colleges visited Africa this month on a tour sponsored by the U.S. government.