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  • Call for Papers: The Experience of Muslim Students and Scholars in Academic Institutions in the West


    The Journal of International Students invites scholars and practitioners to contribute to a Special Issue dedicated to exploring the multifaceted experiences of Muslim students and scholars in Western academic institutions. This Special Issue aims to provide a comprehensive understanding of the challenges these students/scholars face and to identify potential strategies to address them. This special issue is published in collaboration with Algoma University, a Canadian public university located in the province of Ontario with campuses in Brampton, Sault Ste. Marie, and Timmins. 

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  • Call for Multidisciplinary Papers/Abstracts


    As a pioneering multilingual journal, JIS is committed to deepening the understanding of internationalization complexities within global higher education. We welcome submissions from a wide array of academic disciplines. Researchers, educators, and policymakers worldwide are encouraged to contribute their insights and findings. Relevant fields include international and comparative education, law, policy, economics, global studies, cultural studies, human geography, sociology, linguistics, cross-cultural and counseling psychology, social work, and STEM education. 

    Suggested areas and topics include but are not limited to:

    Area #1: International Relations and Global Education: Strategies and Policy 

    Area #2: Innovations in Teaching and Learning in Global Contexts

    Area #3: Student Mobility, Experience, and Integration

    Area #4: Internationalization, Rankings, and Student Mobility

    Area #5: Resilience and Innovation in International Student Recruitment Amidst Global Challenges

    Details of the information and submission link are included here. For questions, contact the editorial office at

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  • Special Issue: Generative AI and International Education


    As a Scopus Q1 journal, the Journal of International Students (JIS) is excited to announce a call for papers for a special issue focused on the intersection of Generative AI (GenAI) and international education. We invite original research that explores how GenAI technologies are transforming the landscape of international education at secondary and tertiary levels. This includes but is not limited to, the application of AI in pedagogical methods, curriculum development, student engagement, assessment, and the administration of educational institutions catering to a diverse range of student populations. These populations may encompass displaced, migrant, and other immigrant students, including refugees, DACA holders, temporary protected status individuals, and undocumented minorities.  


    Jasper Roe, James Cook University Singapore 
    Mike Perkins, British University Vietnam   

    Language accepted: English  

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