In March 2020, global education teams’ attentions quickly shifted from marketing their programs and preparing incoming and outgoing students for upcoming trips to ensuring that students were safe and in compliance with ever-changing regulations and staff was set up with the right tools and knowledge to work from home offices.
They also began searching for new ways to meet their mission of providing students with global perspectives and multicultural experiences even without travel. The results included innovative solutions that blended students across countries and cultures who may have never otherwise met. Here’s how it played out at the University of Delaware and Bard College.
Learn more about virtual international programming and how the lines between traditional incoming and outgoing programs have blurred in this E-Book.