International Students

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​​​​​International students are key contributors to comprehensive internationalization and bring global perspectives to the classroom and campus life. In an increasingly competitive global higher education landscape, institutions need to refine their outreach and recruiting strategies, along with clearly articulating their unique character and value proposition. Equally important, attention and resources are required to ensure that international students are well supported and ready to succeed and thrive throughout the entire student lifecycle—from recruiting through graduation and beyond. ACE's research and resources address key issues and policies related to international students and highlight strategies and good practices from a variety of institutions.

Reports and Publications
International Student Funding: Tuition, Fees, and Financial Aid
International Student Funding: Tuition, Fees, and Financial Aid
This brief provides an overview of the costs associated with being an international student attending college in the United States.
Intensive English Programs: Questions and Considerations
Intensive English Programs: Questions and Considerations
This brief is an informative guide to full-time English education programs geared towards non-native English speakers addressing what these programs are, why students enroll in them, and how institutions can support such students.
Internationalizing the Co-curriculum Part One: Integrating International Students
Internationalizing the Co-curriculum Part One: Integrating International Students
Internationalization in Action features institutional strategies and good practices gathered from participants in CIGE programs and other experts in the field.
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Robin Helms - Director, Center for Internationalization and Global Engagement -
Robin Helms
Director, Center for Internationalization and Global Engagement
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