Global out of the Gate: Student Outcomes and Long-Term Successes

The National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) includes global and intercultural fluency in its eight Career Readiness Competencies, and yet in its latest survey (2019), employers rated college graduate readiness in this area as 3.13 out of 5. Although international virtual exchange (IVE) has been used by some universities for several years, many are now seeking to institute or expand these programs for students.

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