Covid-19 has drastically changed the lives and educational experiences of international students around the world during the Covid-19 pandemic. As a result of the outbreak, new international student enrollment has dropped significantly, reporting a 43% decrease in the U.S., the most popular study abroad destination. In responding to the changing educational landscape for transnational higher education, we invite researchers and practitioners in the field of higher education to submit either a proposal (less than 750 words) or a full paper (approximately 5,000 words) that responds to the following questions:
How do international students experience and cope with Covid-19? What are the benefits/challenges of remote learning for international students? What are the specific ways to support international students during and after the Covid-19 pandemic? How can we envision the future of transnational higher education post Covid-19?
Proposals and full papers should include the following information:
Objectives or purposes of the paper; Theoretical/conceptual framework utilized; Research design and data sources; Results and/or conclusions; Significance of the study
Please submit your papers electronically via firstname.lastname@example.org before January 31, 2021, the submission deadline.
Authors who submitted proposals will be expected to submit full papers by March 15, 2021.