Opening Access to Education Abroad

Opening the Doors Wider: Funding Education Abroad for Nontraditional Students was published in the International Education last week, and I’m excited about the topics covered in the article (not to mention I helped inform some of the discussion). While funding isn’t the only factor in a student’s decision to go abroad, it’s a huge one.Continue reading “Opening Access to Education Abroad”

Funding for International Experiences: Why It’s Important

With the tuition rates on the rise and budget cuts to nearly all spending in higher education, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that international education programming and funding is at a serious risk of being reduced. Political candidates have stated publicly their intent to cut spending in the some 75 internationally focused programs thatContinue reading “Funding for International Experiences: Why It’s Important”