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IIENetworker Fall 2007: National Policies for International Education

IIENETWORKER MAGAZINE

Fall 2007

Theme: National Policies for International Education


FEATURES

Investing in our Future: Reaching Underserved Audiences through International Academic Exchanges
By Marianne Craven, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, U.S. Department of State

IIENetworker University Presidents Interview Series: Ruth Simmons, Brown University

National Policies for International Education
By Daniel Obst, Institute of International Education

Project Atlas: A Coordinated Approach to Measuring Global Student Mobility
By Robert Gutierrez and Rajika Bhandari, IIE



KNOWLEDGE NETWORKS

New Zealand
Achieving a Wider Vision for International Education in New Zealand
By Claire Solon and Deborah Tennet, New Zealand Ministry of Education

Australia
Engaging the World: A Look at Australia’s International Education Policies
By John TW Hayton, Australian Education International (AEI)

United Kingdom
The UK’s International Education Strategy
By Colin Beaver, British Council

Singapore
Singapore: The Global Schoolhouse
By the Singapore Economic Development Board and the Education Services Division of the Singapore Tourism Board

Poland
An International Education Policy for Poland
By Kazimierz Bilanow, Perspektywy Education Foundation

USA
Promoting U.S. Higher Education Abroad: The EducationUSA Advising Network
By Shannon Bishop, IIE

Sponsored Students
The Saudi Scholarship Program: Opportunities and Challenges
By Jamal Alsayyed, University of Arizona


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