International engagement has been happening at NMSU for over 40 years, if not longer. However, since 2004 NMSU has been systematically stating its goals and strategy in an attempt to achieve a more “comprehensive internationalization”. Below you’ll find the latest strategic plan, and information about the advisory council that works to advance the university’s global learning priorities.
PARTNERS AND ENGAGEMENT
NMSU has a variety of types of global partnerships. Sometimes there is a direct agreement with an institution or government entity; sometimes we are members of an organization, part of a consortium, or have a faculty member teaching a course that creates an avenue for NMSU students to study abroad; sometimes we do service or research partnerships. The maps below show NMSU’s partners that can be found around the world by category.
Outbound Trends Chart (2006-15)
Education Abroad Trends (May, 2014 report)
Inbound Trends – Total Incoming (2010- 14)
Inbound Trends – Top 10 Countries of Origin (2010-14)
Intensive English Language Program student enrollment trends (2007-14)
RESOURCES & OTHER INFORMATION ABOUT INTERNATIONALIZATION
Comprehensive internationalization defined
CIGE Publications (a wealth of useful internationalization resource materials)
ACE CIGE Model for Comprehensive Internationalization (6 Pillars)
Resources for Faculty
Institute for International Education “Open Doors” Survey Information
Intl Assoc of Universities AIEA Presentation – Global Comparative Study of Internationalization