As our globalized world becomes more interconnected, more students opt to study abroad. From connecting to their heritage or discovering unfamiliar locales, such experiences have an indelible mark on a student’s life – from foreign language proficiency and global awareness development, all the way up to making them a more competitive job candidate when graduation rolls around.
As more students pursue international education, the number of jobs associated with it increases significantly. From university student advisory roles to travel programs for educational travel programs – there are numerous possible career pathways in this expanding sector.
Advice students in their application processes for specific study abroad programs. This involves selection, funding options, transfer credits/transfer credits between universities/colleges and college policies/policies. Travel may be necessary as this position often necessitates meeting with prospective study abroad students as well as representatives of schools that host study abroad programs.
An advanced degree is typically necessary for this position, along with knowledge of the country or region where the program resides and experience in organizing similar efforts.