A variety of megatrends indicate that the next decade is likely to become even more competitive and disruptive for recruiting international students.
Despite the challenges, American higher education institutions have a significant opportunity and capacity to grow international student enrollment. International students comprise of only 5% in the total tertiary enrollment in the U.S. as compared to 18% for the U.K., 15% for Australia, 11% for Canada (OECD, 2017).
In this 60-minutes interactive webinar, I will host a discussion with an expert panel on how U.S. higher education institutions can maximize the opportunities and overcome the challenges of growing and diversifying international enrollment? Join us for an insightful and engaging panel discussion with experienced professionals.
- Daniel Palm, Associate Vice President for Global Initiatives, Northern Arizona University
- David Di Maria, Associate Vice Provost for International Programs, University of Maryland, Baltimore County
- Karen Vahey, Dean, Enrollment Management, New York Institute of Technology
- Paul Hofmann, Associate Vice President for International Programs, California State University, Sacramento