August 24, 2022
Our #intled #livechat answers 3 questions: Why are visa backlogs happening in major markets? How should US unis respond to Chinese students? And how are US unis making waves in intl recruitment? #MidweekRoundup
May 25, 2022
Our #intled #live chat today answers 3 questions: Are consulates well-staffed to handle increased student visa demand? What do we do with "documented dreamers"? And how bad are new intl student enrollments down under?
January 5, 2022
Our #intled #livechat answers three questions: How will the in-person visa interview waiver impact enrollments? How has the intl student recruitment landscape changed? And is Justin Trudeau right about how the West should approach China?
August 25, 2021
Our #intled #livechat answers 3 questions: What's the state of US visa processing abroad? Are international students protected enough? And what's the best setup for an intl office on campus?
November 11, 2020
Our #intled #livechat starts now! Today's questions: What did intl student feel about US study pre-election? Will proposed H1B changes next month be implemented? And how do you turn around intl student recruitment?
May 20, 2020
#IntlEd colleagues, our #LiveChat starts now! Today's top 3 questions are: What about current intl students? Will admitted students get visas? And how are Australia and NZ reopening?
February 12, 2020
Our #IntlEd #LiveChat starts now! Today's topics: travel ban 4.0, a US intl ed policy? and intl student mobility trends.
October 30, 2019
#IntlEd colleagues, our #LiveChat starts now! Today's topics: China and the US - a complex relationship, the Australian model of int'l education, and African student visa denials at Brandeis.
July 24, 2019
Our #IntlEd Live Chat starts now! Today's topics: The effects of political rhetoric on int'l graduates employment, a large UK int'l graduate survey, and U.S. academia fights back on China.
June 12, 2019
Our #IntlEd Midweek Roundup live chat starts now! Today discussing the first national organization for study consortia, social media and visa applicants, and the US-China trade war fallout.