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Where Can a Foreign Language Take You?

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With all the recent talk about the decrease in foreign language enrollment in the United States, I thought it would be worthwhile to look at some concrete examples of real career paths that began in a language classroom.

100 Years of IIE: From Student Mobility to Strategic Engagement

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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.

Myanmar: What a Difference 2 Years Can Make

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Our engagement with Myanmar began two years ago when IIE led the first major delegation of U.S. colleges and universities to the country to meet with key academic and government stakeholders.

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

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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.

Only a Few Days Left to Invest in a HER Girl and Change an Entire Community

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IIE is now raising funds to assist with their transition to university, and we invite you to lend your support by making a donation by June 15.

Piecing Together Russian Student Mobility Trends: Research Data and Russian Practitioner Perspectives

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I had the opportunity to present and discuss global student mobility trends based on data from the Project Atlas® and Open Doors® research initiatives. Here are five takeaways from my conversation.

Where Have All the Languages Gone?

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U.S. student enrollment in foreign-language studies is declining for the first time in 20 years and just at a time when we need more Americans who are able to speak the languages and understand the cultures where they are visiting, studying, and may possibly work someday.

HER Girls Meet Ethiopian Woman Leaders

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As part of IIE’s Higher Education Readiness (HER) program, which provides young women in secondary school from underserved communities with a pathway to university, our team in the Addis Ababa office is organizing inspirational speakers to meet with the girls several times each semester. The speakers are Ethiopian women who have, despite challenges in their lives, become leaders in their field.

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