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“Go Away and Come Back Better:” 100 Travel Bloggers Gather to Support Study Abroad


While 50 percent of American college students intend to study abroad, less than 10 percent actually do.

“Selfies” From Winners of the 2014 Hilton Teacher Trek Competition


Last week, I had the pleasure of joining team member Chelsea Ridenour as she notified the winners of the 2014 Hilton Worldwide Teacher Treks competition.

“So That Students Can See Themselves:” NAFSA RISE Fellowship Aims to Diversify the Profession Itself  


This summer, NAFSA: Association of International Educators received the inaugural IIE Center for Access and Equity Empower Award in recognition of the association’s outstanding diversity, equity, inclusion, and access (DEIA) programming. While IIE and NAFSA have collaborated for many years, the award comes with a new ambition: to mark a bold new chapter of concerted […]

‘No Ordinary Days: A Journey of Activism, Globe-Trotting, and Unexpected Pleasures,’ by Susan Sygall


Anyone concerned with promoting wider participation in study abroad by students with disabilities, or anyone who just needs some encouragement to keep facing hard challenges head-on, should rush to read Susan Sygall’s terrific personal memoir, No Ordinary Days: A Journey of Activism, Globe-Trotting, and Unexpected Pleasures.

1,000 Students


Making the case for increasing international student enrollment in United States higher education It’s no secret that the United States has a dwindling lead over other countries among globally mobile students in higher education. Another sobering fact: fewer Americans are opting for college at all. And yet, there are U.S. colleges and universities countering the […]

10 Great Reasons to Study Abroad


IIE is a proud supporter of International Education Week, November 13-17, 2017. Share with students these 10 Great Reasons to Study Abroad, brought to you by Generation Study Abroad.

100 Years of IIE: From Student Mobility to Strategic Engagement


IIE has seen a lot change in the landscape of international higher education institutional partnerships. Not only has there been a quantitative increase in the sheer numbers of collaborations worldwide, the focus of these partnerships is now also shifting towards mutually beneficial, strategic partnerships.

10th Grade National Exam tutoring has begun for Higher Education Readiness students!


The 10th grade national exam is a key milestone for students entering the 11th grade in high school across Ethiopia. The score on the exam determines whether students enter into a vocational or university track for 11th and 12th grades. To prepare the HER students for the exam, IIE has initiated intensive after school tutoring in those subject areas covered by the National Exam.

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