Socio-economics, Inclusion, and Study Abroad

Nov 6, 2019
10:45 am-12:00 pm EST

Socio-economics, Inclusion, and Study Abroad

This session examines the challenges of inclusion during study abroad, with a focus on the impact of student socio-economic circumstances and dynamics. Participants will explore the impact of accessible student life and academic resources and how the strategy of providing resources can openly differentiate, albeit unintentionally.

In study abroad, there are still the ‘haves’ and the ‘have nots’ amongst increasingly diverse student cohorts. A review of examples from the field leads to the posit that academic support services and student life services need to consider and address the socio-economic gap not only in the accessibility domain of international education, but also the delivery domain of international education.

Chair
Ray Casserly, CIEE

Presenters
Keshia Abraham, CIEE
Quinton Redcliffe, CIEE