Gauging COVID’s Impact on Internationalization

A new report finds that the COVID-19 pandemic stalled efforts to expand international student enrollment and global partnerships, but institutions are eager to get back on track.

A new report from the American Council on Education highlights the dampening effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on internationalization efforts in higher education—while underscoring institutions’ optimistic outlook for future growth.

The ACE report is based on a survey conducted every five years, in which college and university leaders answer questions about how their institution is engaging on a global scale. That engagement, known as internationalization, is measured through a number of factors, including international student enrollment, participation in study abroad and exchange programs, and the development of globally relevant curricula.

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