What Does International Education Mean to You?
This week (Nov. 17-21), organizations from all around the world are celebrating International Education and all that it signifies.
At International Experience (iE-USA), our whole mission centers around the values of international education. We aim to provide opportunities for students to explore the world and share their stories, while learning how to interact with new cultures and customs. We believe that learning about other cultures, languages, and customs is the best way to dispel prejudices and embrace global citizenship.
So whether a student is abroad in Spain, the U.S., or South Africa, we know they will be a future contributor to a globalized economy where people from all around the world work together, collaborate, and help each other. What they learn while abroad will not only help them, but those around them.
So this week, we ask you, what does international education mean to you, and how has interaction with someone from another country helped you in your life? Leave us a comment!
Posted on November 16, 2014, in Study abroad and tagged 21st century skills, exchange, global education, iew14, international education, public diplomacy, studyabroad. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.