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The Diversity Network offers a series of brochures and publications to assist higher education professionals as they strive to reach, advise and serve the needs of a more diverse student population for international education opportunities.

 

Black Student's Guide to Global Programs (2018 ed.)


In this 36-page guide, we are focusing on black students (referring broadly to those of African-diaspora heritage) and what it can be like to go abroad with this identity. We’ve written this guide for black students based on real experiences of living, working, and studying abroad while black. These are the things that you may not otherwise be told, but that you will be glad to know. We hope this guide will be informative, thought-provoking, and most of all help you feel prepared to take on the challenge and opportunity of going abroad.

Cost (pack of 25) 

Purchase here

Members: $75 (member log-in required)
Non-members: $99.99 

Cost (single copy)

$6.99 (purchase here)

 

Why You Should Go Abroad


Geared toward first generation and ethnic minority students, this booklet takes students through the basics of study abroad. Topics covered include, Steps to Study Abroad, Benefits of Study Abroad, Paying the Cost, and Perceptions Abroad. This is an excellent tool that can be used by education abroad, multicultural, diversity and other offices on campus to reach non-traditional study abroad students.

Cost (pack of 50)

Members: $40 (member log-in required)
Non-members: $50

Purchase Here

 

Study Abroad and Your Career


This booklet debunks the myth that study abroad is just for fun and shows how international opportunities can be an integral part of a student's career plan. Topics include: Employers and Study Abroad, Choosing the Right Type of International Experience, Preparing for Study Abroad, Clarifying your Goals, Ways to Enhance Your Experience While Abroad, and When You Return.

Cost (pack of 50)

Members: $40 (member log-in required)
Non-members: $50

Purchase Here

 

You Can Afford to Study Abroad


With many students and families concerned about how to afford the cost of study abroad, this booklet takes students through the basic funding options for study abroad. Topics covered include: Scholarships & Grants, Personal Fundraising, Student Loans, Managing Money Abroad, and more. This new resource is an excellent tool that can be used by education abroad, multicultural, financial aid and other offices on campus to help students realize the different options available to fund study abroad.

Cost (pack of 50)

Members: $40 (member log-in required)
Non-members: $50

Purchase Here

 

Questions?

Contact us at members@diversitynetwork.org or 510-982-0635 ext 704.