Call for Chapters: Home and Abroad: International Student Experiences and Graduate Employability

2021-07-13

This book highlights the theoretical and practical aspects of international student employability. This includes, but is not limited to, the following areas related to international student employability:

  • International student expectations and challenges with employability
  • University-industry linkages that enhance student employability
  • Perceptions from different stakeholders on employability, including academics, university careers services, alumni, local and international employers, and so on
  • Theoretical contributions on employability in a globalized society¬†¬†
  • Evaluation of recent initiatives implemented to facilitate the holistic career development of students
  • Pedagogical research or curriculum development studies on enhancing international student employability

Editors

Dr Xin (Skye) Zhao, University of Sheffield, xin.zhao@sheffield.ac.uk; Dr Michael Kung, University of Florida, mkung@dcp.ufl.edu ; Dr Yingyi Ma, Syracuse University, yma03@syr.edu; Dr Krishna Bista, Morgan State University, krishna.bista@morgan.edu

Series/Publisher: STAR Scholars Network

(accepting proposals)