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International Programs

To be effective citizens and to excel in their chosen careers, SC students must develop cross-cultural competencies, and we must provide them opportunities to

learn to function successfully and with ease in global environments.

Our international programs reshape our understanding of the world, improve quality of life for many, and create economic benefits in Ghana and around the globe. International relationships and partnerships, from the individual to the institutional, within and beyond our campus, add value to and expand the reach of our curricular, research, outreach, and economic development activities. We successfully leverage these partnerships, including with our alumni living abroad. We think and act as a global institution to be in a position to excel over the coming decades.


Internationalization in higher education is referred to as institutional or comprehensive internationalization.  NAFSA senior scholar John Hudzik defines comprehensive internationalization as “a commitment, confirmed through action, to infuse international and comparative perspectives throughout the teaching, research, and service missions of higher education.”

 
Comprehensive internationalization has the highest level of commitment in the leadership at Springs College, and is actively embraced by faculty and staff in order to be successful.  It affects all dimensions of our activities and drives its core missions.  
 

To be effective citizens and to excel in their chosen careers, SC students must develop cross-cultural competencies, and we must provide them opportunities to

learn to function successfully and with ease in global environments.

Our international programs reshape our understanding of the world, improve quality of life for many, and create economic benefits in Ghana and around the globe. International relationships and partnerships, from the individual to the institutional, within and beyond our campus, add value to and expand the reach of our curricular, research, outreach, and economic development activities. We successfully leverage these partnerships, including with our alumni living abroad. We think and act as a global institution to be in a position to excel over the coming decades.


Internationalization in higher education is referred to as institutional or comprehensive internationalization.  NAFSA senior scholar John Hudzik defines comprehensive internationalization as “a commitment, confirmed through action, to infuse international and comparative perspectives throughout the teaching, research, and service missions of higher education.”

 
Comprehensive internationalization has the highest level of commitment in the leadership at Springs College, and is actively embraced by faculty and staff in order to be successful.  It affects all dimensions of our activities and drives its core missions.