Building an Engaged University Community Abroad: Does your university or college have a holistic and strategic view on entry and expansion in China?
On October 13, the Asia Institute in collaboration with the American Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai hosted a webinar on the topic of: “Building an Engaged University Community Abroad: Does your university or college have a holistic and strategic view on entry and expansion in China?”
The presenter, Bradley A. Feuling, Chairman and CEO of the Asia Institute, has lived in China and has been involved in the international education field for nearly ten years. During the informative webinar, Brad shared concrete examples and experiences where universities and colleges are already integrating their global community abroad. For example, universities are utilizing study abroad experiences in China to engage current students with future students, through international student recruiting efforts, but also with alumni, through involvement with the alumni engagement and career services offices.
From the audience, student recruiting in China was clearly one of the most engaging topics. Questions that were raised by the audience included:
• Is it useful to attend education exhibitions to recruit new students?
• Is it useful to partner with local high schools to attract new students?
• What are the most popular programs among Chinese graduate students in U.S.?
If you are interested to learn more or would like to watch the full webinar, please click here. If you have any questions, or would like to discuss these topics more at length with the Asia Institute, please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.