Internationalization for the 21st Century
Colleges and universities in all parts of the world have responded to the globalization paradigm by seeking to harness the transformative potential of a properly administered international strategy. In today’s age of interdependence, internationalization initiatives have become fundamental to the development of globally competent institutions and students.
- Post secondary educational stakeholders are increasingly cognizant of potential academic, cultural, and financial dividends to be achieved through an enhanced global posture
- Initiatives such as international student recruitment and institutional partnerships hold the promise of an expanded international profile conducive to programmatic resiliency
- Institutions of higher education must implement proactive strategies designed to invigorate their global engagement and attract students/scholars of varied races, cultures, and nationalities to their campuses
- The global competition for students and international prestige showcases colleges and universities as contestants vying for finite opportunities to host the world’s best and brightest minds at their institutions
- On the domestic front, American institutions are investing heavily to nurture global perspectives on campus as an expedient to formative international experiences for student populations
To Succeed in this Highly Competitive Environment, Colleges and Universities MUST:
- Understand the Direction and Capacity of the International Strategy
- Be able to Exhibit a Local Presence and Credibility
- Possess Territory-Specific Industry Expertise
- Maintain Real-Time Access to Constantly Evolving International Student Mobility Trends
THE CAMBRIDGE INSTITUTE ADVANTAGE
The Cambridge Institute Advantage derives from the comfort of knowing that your academic institution is engaged with a global actor who embodies American values and fully comprehends the importance of proper ethics and proactive engagement to the internationalization process.