Posts By: Marybeth Gruenewald

20 Aug 2014

Transnational education and the credential evaluator

Much has been written previously in EAIE Forum magazine and on the EAIE Blog concerning the various types of transnational education (TNE) programmes such as study abroad, dual/joint degree and branch campuses. The focus has been on identifying the different policies and methods. TNE programmes have been applauded for increasing student mobility and championing university… Read more »

09 Sep 2013

Mobility of students from countries in strife

International admissions officers and credential evaluators are challenged daily with foreign students who are hoping to continue their education beyond their own borders. What common challenges exist for students from countries in strife? What do these challenges mean for you as in international admissions officer or credential evaluator? How can you best deal with these… Read more »

25 Mar 2013

Admissions battlefield: stamping out fraud in international education

We all know that without due diligence in fraud detection, we run the risk of  admitting a student with suspicious or incomplete documentation, or denying admission to a student who submits authentic, official credentials. As international admissions officers and academic credential evaluation professionals, we do not want to encourage fraud in our environment nor do… Read more »