If you’re considering piloting an international student enrollment program, failing to thoroughly explore the “why” behind your desire to enroll international students can expose your school to significant risk.
Your “why” cannot be predominantly revenue-focused—it must align with your school’s mission. Your team must develop clear processes for student travel and enrollment, student assimilation, records keeping and compliance, and much more. Based on ISM's leading-edge study of factors most significantly impacting schools enrolling international students, discover what it means to safeguard the well-being of your school and your students, both domestic and international.
- Defining why your school wants to create an international student enrollment program
- Identifying and mitigating your school’s risk
- Determining program specifics, including housing arrangements, length of study, and more
- Understanding the needs of international families Supporting faculty and staff in ensuring success for all students
Who Should Attend:
School Heads, Business Managers, Admissions Directors and anyone else who may play a role in starting your international program should attend.