Choose your words wisely: why study abroad needs to speak the language of employment
“Without this type of research as a foundation to measure the value of study abroad on careers, there is no basis to argue its place”
By Carrie Rackers Cunningham, director of institutional research at IES Abroad, makes the case for collecting more hard data on the link between study abroad and employability, to help practitioners speak the language of employment.
What do employers look for? We know the list: interpersonal communication, ability to work in a team, make decisions, solve problems, etc.