February 9, 2021 Case Studies in International Education, known as CSIE, launched its second issue with twenty new case studies covering a variety of topics such as, crisis-management, education policy, partnerships, social justice and more. This second issue included authors from all over the United States as well as Australia and China, bringing together diverse […]
Here is a summary of a webinar presentation from October 29, 2020 by Fragoman, which is an immigration law firm in NYC, NY. The speakers spoke of what a second term of a Trump administration will look like for immigration to the U.S., which includes international students and H1B visas. Regulations will continue to be […]
Written by Jodi Simek Credential evaluation companies and other businesses that rely on international student mobility may want to review and provide comment on the proposed regulation to replace “Duration of Status” with a fixed time of admission to the United States for international students (of 2 or 4 years depending on a number of […]
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Written by: Jasmin Saidi-Kuehnert Image credit: Transport Executive What is the one thing one dreads to do during so-called normal times that would be the last thing on the list during a global pandemic? Can you hazard a guess? If you answered “moving,” then you’re spot on. After spending the past four months of lock-down […]
Written by: Carine Fabius It was just over 10 years ago that Haiti suffered an earthquake so devastating it is rated #6 on the list of 10 deadliest natural disasters since the 6th century. I am a Haitian-American, living in the States since 1964. I was not on the ground when it happened, but the […]
Written by: Alistair Wylie The view across Nizwa. Photo credit: Alistair Wylie During 2016, I had the opportunity to visit Oman, based in Muscat, on three separate occasions to support the work of the Ministry of Education. As with other Arab nations, women generally play a secondary role to men in society. For example, during […]
January 3rd, 2020 Source: german-u15.de It is a known fact that higher education in the U.S. is a costly endeavor. When one factors in the cost of tuition, housing, text books and living expenses, a student can look into tens and even hundreds of thousands of dollars debt on graduation. Some are able to offset the […]