Home and Abroad

International Student Experiences and Graduate Employability



Employability; international students


Home and Abroad: International Student Experiences and Graduate Employability fills a void of international student research by incorporating multiple countries’ higher education contexts and providing a holistic understanding of international student employability on a global scale. It explores the socio-political environment that impacts international students’ career preparation and employment opportunities and makes recommendations for higher education institutions to better support the career development of international students. Educators who work with international students as well as scholars with a research interest on international student success will be able to identify and address the current challenges facing international students’ career preparation through the research findings in the book.


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Author Biography

Ling LeBeau, Syracuse University

Ling LeBeau is Associate Director of International Student Success at Syracuse University. She is a scholar practitioner with years of experiences in teaching, research, and administration. Her IE experiences ranging from teaching, ISSS advising, directing study abroad, developing international partnerships, to leading campus internationalization. LeBeau serves on leadership committees of AIEA and NAFSA and publishes on international higher education. Ling holds a PhD in Higher Education and MS in Language Education from Indiana University Bloomington.

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How to Cite

LeBeau, L. (2023). Home and Abroad : International Student Experiences and Graduate Employability. Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies in Education, 12(1), 170–172. Retrieved from https://www.ojed.org/index.php/jise/article/view/5630