About the IEM Field
The field of international education is experiencing a fast and steady growth, resulting in the need for professionals with advanced training. Increasingly a Master's degree is a requirement for entry level positions in the field 3.
1. Macready, C. and Tucker, C. (2011). Who goes where and why: An overview and analysis of global educational mobility. New York: Institute of International Education. 2. Institute of International Education. (2010). Open doors 2010. New York: Institute of International Education. 3. See, for example: Dessoff, A. (2006). Master’s degree: A key to your career? International Educator, 36(1). 36-43 --- Forum on Education Abroad. (2008). The Forum pathways to the profession survey 2008. Accessed 10/18/2001 from http://www.forumea.org/documents/ForumEAReportPathways2008.pdf --- Spencer, S. E., Kreutzer, K, and Shallenger, D. (2008). Professionalizing the field: Salaries, workload, and other job-related topics we don’t discuss. Accessed 10/18/2011 from http://www.forumea.org/documents/PathwaysPresentation_000.pdf --- Bentsen, A. F., Benum, C., Morgan, E., Raess, K., and Mehringer, S. (2010). International education management: A feasibility study of a new program at the Monterey Institute of International Studies.