Recent attacks in Europe have targeted the most popular region for American study abroad students -- and the one traditionally perceived as safe.
We must consider how much study abroad opportunities can enrich the undergraduate experience of the hardworking, not-so-privileged students who attend a regional public institution, writes Paula M. Krebs.
If international experiences are becoming increasingly important to being competitive for jobs, it is vital to examine the racial disparity in access and participation in study abroad programs, argues Charles Lu.
Study abroad alumni have better career outcomes, according to two studies assessing the impact of Europe’s Erasmus exchange program.
At the Generation Study Abroad summit, a shared goal is to increase -- and diversify -- the pool of American students going overseas.
Obfuscation: it's not just for post-structuralists anymore. Scott McLemee discusses a book on creating privacy in digital society.
At international education meeting, speakers discuss ways to attract nonwhite and low-income students.
Number of enrolled international students rises 10 percent, and government officials say policy changes position the country well against competitors in Europe and North America.
At a conference for international education administrators, sessions focus on whether universities are setting high enough expectations for students when they study abroad.
Report shows 8.1 percent increase in international student enrollment at U.S. universities and 2.1 percent growth in the number of Americans studying abroad.
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