AIFS Student Guide to Study Abroad & Career Development
The goal of this Guide, written by Martin Tillman, is to provide students with a framework to understand the impact and added value of study abroad for their career development. Regardless of duration or destination, we believe students will benefit from considering the career implications of their decision to study abroad.
According to research from the American Association of Colleges and Universities, employers expect college learning outcomes to highlight:
- Global issues (67%)
- Intercultural competence (71%)
- Intercultural knowledge of global issues (67%)
J. Frank Malaret, Managing Director, Los Rios Study Abroad Program
Riad Bahhur, Coordinator, SCC International Studies Program,