Graduates of the International Education Management (IEM) program pursue careers across five primary sectors (listed below) in the field of international education.

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Employer Testimonial

“The Monterey Institute has a stellar reputation in our field, and [the student’s] skills and value to our team confirm this reputation!”

Practicum supervisor feedback

Specific employment data is not yet available as the Monterey Institute recently launched the IEM program.

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Study Abroad/Education Abroad

The field of education abroad covers youth exchange programs, university study abroad programs, and work/intern/volunteer abroad programs.

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International Student and Scholar Services

International Student and Scholar services are provided by colleges and universities around the world which enroll international students.

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ESL and Intensive Language Programs

International Education graduates will be well prepared to be administrative staff members of English as a Second Language and other intensive language programs.

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Citizen Diplomacy Programs

The U.S. government brings professionals from around the world to the U.S. for short-term professional development programs, via organizations such as IREX, fhi360,and Institute for International Education, among others. Many U.S. universities also offer short-term training programs for international executives.

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Government Agencies

In addition to national ministries of education, many government agencies are actively involved in international exchange.

International Education Careers in Action

Explore our database of international education professional associations and job boards.