Chris Mackie, Research Associate, WES Concerns about personal safety—particularly regarding the threat of gun violence—are growing among international students, according to a new survey of 1,921 respondents by WES. As institutions adapt their international enrollment management plans to cope with declining international enrollment, they must address…
Current evidence points to the need to reframe the internationalization process so that the expressed needs of students—student “voices”—are included.
Very different in their approaches, the United Arab Emirates and China are two of the most prominent IBC host countries. What are the rationales, policies, and characteristics of their growth?
Transnational Education and Globalization: A Look into the Complex Environment of International Branch Campuses
International branch campuses allow educational institutions to widen their reach into other countries and host countries to boost educational capacity. Beyond that, there is a lot of variation in how those goals are met.
Current global crises present significant barriers to educational access for displaced students. Recent research suggests helpful policy changes.