Perhaps “re-aligning” expectations is a better way to frame this idea…
See my new blog posted to the global dialogue page for the European Association of International Education at: http://www.eaie.org/blog/students-global-workforce
As higher education has become a globalized industry, it should be easier to embrace more creative partnerships with businesses that must compete in a global economy. Finding the right points of intersection for students requires institutions to do a better job of assisting students to interpret and articulate the value of their international experiences to employers….
Categories: Education Abroad & Global Workforce Development