Future-Proof International Student Recruitment for U.S. Higher Education  

Preparing U.S. higher education institutions for the impact of global megatrends on international recruitment strategies


 Join a panel of seasoned recruitment experts who will share their approach to building robust strategies to thrive in uncertain times.

What You'll Learn

What are the key transformative trends that are shaping student mobility

How these megatrends are influencing international recruitment priorities of U.S. institutions

Recruitment Strategies

Global Megatrends

Student Mobility

What future-proof strategies institutions are adopting to diversify and grow international enrollment

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A New Challenge

For the first time in more than a decade, new international student enrolment at U.S. universities and colleges has declined. A variety of megatrends indicate that the next decade is likely to become even more competitive and disruptive for recruiting international students.

Despite the challenges, American higher education institutions have a significant opportunity and capacity to grow international student enrolment. International students comprise of only 5% in the total tertiary enrolment in the U.S. as compared to 18% for the U.K., 15% for Australia, 11% for Canada (OECD, 2017).

In this 60-minute interactive webinar, an expert panel will discuss how U.S. higher education institutions can maximize the opportunities and overcome the challenges of growing and diversifying international enrolment.

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16 MAY 2018 | 14:00 - 15:00 ET

The Speakers

Daniel Palm

Associate Vice President for Global Initiatives

Northern Arizona University


Karen Vahey

Dean, Enrollment Management

New York Institute of Technology




David Di Maria

Associate Vice Provost for International Programs

University of Maryland, Baltimore County

Paul Hofmann

Associate Vice President for International Programs

California State University, Sacramento

Rahul Choudaha

Executive Vice President of Global Engagement and Research


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