THE WORLD IS OUR COMMUNITY!
The International Education Center fosters a learning community in which students, faculty and staff, and community members develop global literacy, cultural empathy, and cultural self-awareness. Our program offerings include international student services, study abroad, and professional development including faculty/staff exchanges, international grant-funded initiatives, and multicultural events. We encourage you to browse our pages and read the International Edition, our latest newsletter for information about international programming at Brookdale.
The International Education Center provides support services and immigration advising for approximately 130 international students representing 45 countries. Information for prospective students as well as a list of forms and links for current students are provided.
The International Education Center offers students exciting study abroad opportunities in 30 countries all over the world. Students can chose from over 80 programs – be it spring, fall or summer term. In addition, the center offers a variety of faculty-led short-term study abroad programs each year during the winterim and summer term.
The International Education Center offers various opportunities for Brookdale faculty and staff to become active in international education. Initiatives include sponsoring faculty-led short-term programs and promoting grant opportunities.
The International Education Center presents international and intercultural events every term on the Lincroft campus. Activities include films, lectures, excursions, and the International Education Week in fall and the International Festival in spring. Unless otherwise stated, all events are free and open to students, faculty, staff and the community.
The Global Citizenship Project educates and engages students and the college community in global issues to improve the world we live in and to foster a life-long commitment to global citizenship through involvement in student clubs, non-profit organizations, volunteerism, and experiential learning.