Colleges have tried for many years to increase the number of students studying abroad. But the numbers remain stagnant, and new challenges, such as growing wealth disparities among students and nativist political rhetoric, make such efforts even harder.
This collection of Chronicle articles examines how to overcome these obstacles to make sure more students get an international experience while in college. It also explores difficult issues for international offices, such as sexual assaults that occur abroad, and operating programs in authoritarian countries.
Purchase the Idea Lab and learn:
- How the "America First" rhetoric complicates overseas studies
- Tips for providing a global education to students who can't go abroad
- Ways to get faculty involved
- Seven ways to attract diverse students to study abroad
- How students grapple with a liberal education in a closed society
Date: June 2019
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