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  • The US patterns have largely tracked this persistent growth.
  • So, the first thing is to give a general overview of the number of international students at Parkland College and where they come from. Next, I will break down a representative sample to show the transfer trends of a recent sampling of student. Finally a look at ways in which we are trying to learn more about our students’ intentions before they arrive at Parkland.
  • Although rates fluctuate because of economic issues and rising costs, Parkland College has maintained consistent numbers and are close to pre 2001 numbers.
  • All of these students return to complete their education; many have expressed a desire to return to North America to pursue graduate degrees.
  • These numbers are the numbers that we report to SEVIS. 2 students transferred out of the system; NYG is an ESL school and sometimes students think they will fare better for transferring to Eastern seabord schools
  • West Florida University student was a high school exchange student from Brazil who returned to attend and play soccer at Parkland College; Suffolk University is a private school in Boston, so students do transfer out to the East coast direct from Parkland College.
  • One private school and two community colleges in the Chicago area
  • The figures in this slide are meant to give some comparisons; the data are not correlated. *These are based on reported rates of graduate follow up—503 transferred, 44% reported. These data include 9% who are working.

CGACC at CCID session 3/1 orlando Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Strategically Competing Globally – 2+2 The Best Kept Secret to Recruitment Zepur Solakian: CGACC Ross Jennings: Green River Community College Seamus Reilly: Parkland College Tuesday morning, March 1, from 9:15-10:00 am
  • 2. Goal of Session: How to market your college and more international students by communicating your 2+2s and marketing them transparent to students and their parent. I already have many articulation agreements why do I need 2+2?
  • 3. Session Outline
    • Current Global Market Trends
    • 2+2 at Green River
    • 2+2 at Parkland College
    • Q and A
  • 4.
    • OECD and UNESCO have forecast the demand for international education could increase to 4m students by 2015 and to 6.4m students by 2025.
    Growth in international higher education Global Market Trends
  • 5.
    • Student enrollment into university-level education increased by more than 20% on average in OECD countries between 1995 and 2008 (Education at a Glance 2010, OECD 2010).
    Market environment – secure demand growth Global Market Trends
  • 6.
      • The world’s population is growing
      • Growing middle class
      • The global move to a knowledge-based economy
      • Capacity shortfall - domestic universities in many countries are unable to meet demand of a growing middle class
      • Funding shortfall - universities increasingly recognize the financial and cultural value of international students.
      • Skills shortfall - governments and employers require higher level skills and talent to support economic growth.
      • Increasing competition in labor markets
    Factors driving growth Global Market Trends
  • 7. Global Market Trends IIE
  • 8. U.S Market Trends
    • U.S. share has fallen from 28% to less than 20% in less than 10 years
    • Recent healthy year-on-year increases (7-8%) mask the underlying problem
    • Why?
      • Complex post-9/11 student visa to U.S.
      • U.S. education too costly
      • Competitors, such as Australia, UK and France, increased market share during the same period
      • Canada, Spain and China “Newcomers” have seen rapid growth
      • Decline in opportunities in U.S. for students (Indian Market)
  • 9.
    • National recruiting campaigns:
      • Australia: “Live, Learn and Grow“, Australia Education International has 25 offices in 17 countries
      • Germany: “Land of Ideas“, DAAD has 64 offices worldwide
      • France: Campus France has 100 Offices in 75 countries
      • UK: “Innovative, Individual, Inspirational“, British Council has offices in more than 100 countries
      • United States: Lacks a coordinated national strategy, institutions recruit individually. But: Over 400 advising centers some in US embassies and consulates
    Global Market Trends
  • 10. U.S Market Trends
  • 11. U.S Market Trends
  • 12. Ponder this! Do we want to be globally competitive? How can we use available tools/vehicles such as 2+2 to get there?
  • 13. Green River Community College 2+2 Story!
  • 14. Role and Purpose of International Programs
    • Revenue
    • International-ization
    • Innovation and Excellence
    • Contribute to Campus and Community
  • 15. Why do international students come to GRCC?
    • Transfer to top universities
    • HS Completion Plus
    • High quality housing
    • Recruitment and partnerships
    • Ease of admission
  • 16. GRCC International Student Enrollment, 1989 - 2010
  • 17. Today’s Challenges
    • Competition
    • Economic Crisis
    • Budgets
    • Student Visas
    • Acts of God
    • School Support
  • 18. GRCC Class of 2020
  • 19. Parkland College 2+2 Story!
  • 20. Parkland College
    • 2+2 at Parkland College
  • 21. Overview of International Students at Parkland College
    • 345 International students
    • 50 different countries
    • (Source : Profiles of U.S. Community Colleges 2010-2011 Guide for International Students)
  • 22. CCI Program
    • Parkland College was a pilot member of the initiative
    • 60 students and 3 faculty
    • Egypt, Brazil, Pakistan, India, Indonesia, Nicaragua, Guatemala
  • 23. Transfer Patterns December / January 2009 / 2010
    • 17 students transferred
    • 10—University of Illinois
    • 1—University of Florida
    • 1—Eastern Illinois University
    • 1—English Center
    • 1—Kaplan
    • 1—New York General Consulting
  • 24. Spring Summer 2009
    • 37 students
    • 27—University of Illinois
    • 1—Indiana University
    • 1—Northern Illinois University
    • 1—Suffolk University
    • 1—West Florida University
    • 1—Kaplan
    • 5—transferred out of system
  • 25. December / January 2010-11
    • 18 students
    • 13—University of Illinois
    • 1—Loyola University
    • 1—University of Colorado (Boulder)
    • 1—Chicago State University
    • 1—Prarie State College
    • 1—Harold Washington
  • 26. Transfer to 4 year institutions
    • 61 students transferred
    • 51—Big Ten University of Illinois
    • 1—Big Ten Indiana University
    • 2—Private (Suffolk / Loyola)
    • 2—Regional (EIU / NIU)
    • 5—Out of State (CO, FL, IN, MA)
  • 27. Comparison
    • Parkland transfer rate (FY 09) 75%*
    • 61 out of 72 Intl. 84% students
    • Parkland to U of Illinois (FY ’09) 27%
    • 50 out of 61 to U of Illinois 81%
    • Other Institutions 12.6%
    • 6 out of 61 9%
  • 28. Thank You!