Staying Global: how international alumni relations advances the agenda (FREE)
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What's in store for you?
EAIE members and international education professionals across the world have a new resource to help institutions build relationships with graduates living abroad, and help graduates build relationships with their alma mater. Staying Global: How international alumni relations advances the agenda challenges readers to think about what success means when it comes to the unique and important intersection between internationalisation and international alumni relations in higher education.
“Whether we are concerned about the ways that international alumni matters intersect with issues of new international recruitment, graduates’ employability, institutional fundraising, national agendas for internationalisation, or the growing phenomenon of ‘multiple affinities’ between students and their alma maters, Staying Global has something to offer the international education practitioner looking for deeper insight into the fast-evolving world of international alumni relations.” Laura R. Rumbley, Series Editor
This webinar will respond to questions such as “What is the overall purpose of engaging alumni and future alumni?”, “What are institutions trying to achieve?”, and “What is most important and how do we measure progress?” in an interactive and practical learning experience.
Is this webinar for you?
This webinar is aimed at:
- Senior International Officers
- International alumni relations officers, international fundraisers, and marketing/communications officers servicing international projects
- International student recruitment officers and agents
- Alumni leadership
- Trustees and Advisory Board members to institutions
- Government agencies responsible for tertiary education
- Consulate and embassy officers responsible for educational partnerships
By the end of this webinar, you will have gained an understanding of the diversity that exists within international alumni relations programmes across Europe and beyond. Furthermore, you will have gotten insight into best practices that have emerged from greater collaboration between institutions, international, alumni, industry, government and other stakeholders.