The New Student: Shifting the Global Education Paradigm
Over the past 100 years, IIE has witnessed dramatic changes in what it means to get an education. We find ourselves at another crossroads, with who our students are and what they want from their education rapidly evolving. In the Fall 2019 issue of the IIENetworker magazine, The New Student: Shifting the Global Education Paradigm, experts examine how the demands of students and the labor market are impacting education and how institutions are adapting their international education programming to meet this new reality. How can international education make students ready for the work? Will purely academic programming continue as the dominant model for undergrads? How do you connect global experience with employable skills? How are graduate students driving new trends? Learn what global leaders recommend to ensure that international education keeps up with #thenewstudent.
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Table of Contents
- Moving Forward, Together – A Message from Allan E. Goodman, IIE President and CEO
- The Changing Role of the SIO: New Directions in Internationalization and Student Success
- Preparing for the Future of Work Through Global Entrepreneurship Education
- Internationalizing the Curriculum in Support of the Academy and the Global Workforce
- Work Abroad is More Than an Alternative to Study Abroad
- Future-Proofing the New Student Through International Internships
- Graduate Students Study Abroad, Too…Right?
- How Universities are Addressing the “False Choice” Between Education and Employment Readiness of Students
- Personalized Education Abroad: Putting Students at the Center
- Adapting to New Students: Leveraging the Applied Science Perspective