A new report finds that more international students are coming to the United States after a sharp drop because of the coronavirus health crisis last year.
About 15 …
The International Student community is designed to be a space for people who identify with or have an affinity to the international student body at Drew. Drew is ranked top 10 nationally in enrolling international students and currently hosts about 400 students from all over the world on campus, which brings both an opportunity and a responsibility to the Drew community. We have the opportunity to meet with and learn about the cultures and perspectives of our international classmates. And we have the responsibility to create a safe and welcoming environment for these international students.
Thus, this community’s purpose is twofold: First, to offer resources, programs, and support that cater to international students’ specific needs to help them succeed at Drew. Second, to bring together faculty, staff, domestic students, and the greater Drew community around how to best host international students and to enjoy the benefit of a highly diverse and internationalized campus.
If you are interested in participating in and/or supporting this community, please feel free to share your experiences, provide resources that may support Drew as a leader in college campus internationalization.
INTO University Partnership collaborates with Drew University and offers various programs for more than half of our international students to get English training and additional support.
ISSS is where all international student advising and immigration document processing happen. Additionally, it also helps prepare international students for obtaining work authorization (CPT & OPT) while they are studying in the U.S.
Job hunting can be tough, and it’s even harder for international students. On this page, we have compiled a list of introductory articles that will give you a rough understanding of what you need to think about when looking for career opportunities in the U.S.
GoinGloal has a powerful H1B database that lists US employers seeking to hire international professionals in the US. Students can use their database to find a hiring pattern of what US employers have been seeking to hire based on what specific skills.
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