Magazine article International Educator

Leveraging Global Experiences in the Job Market

Magazine article International Educator

Leveraging Global Experiences in the Job Market

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STUDENTS ARE FINDING that they can leverage their international studies and experiences when it's time to find and land a job. And as a result, more and more students are focused on the career outcomes of international education when making decisions about which institution to attend.

This issue's feature story, "Leveraging Global Experiences in the Job Market" examines how institutions are presenting international programs in employability terms to attract a wider student audience. The article also explores how employability demands are driving international program design and the types of global skills that employers value.

Also featured in this issue is our cover story that looks at women's universities around the world and how they not only support women's education but also create global leaders, and an in-depth interview with Desalegne Degefaw, president of the University of Gondar in Ethiopia. …

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