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naspa international exchange program

NASPA International Exchange Program

Goals, Objectives and Outcomes

history of the naspa international exchange program
History of the NASPA International Exchange Program
  • In September, 1996 the first NASPA international exchange occurred. A NASPA delegation from the U.S. visited France, hosted by The Centre National des Oeuvres Universitaires et Scolaires (CNOUS).
existing international exchange partners
Existing International Exchange Partners
  • Australia/New Zealand – Australia/New Zealand Student Services Association (ANZSSA).
  • China – Shanghi Normal University
  • France – The Centre National des Oeuvres Universitaires (CNOUS)
  • Germany – Deutsches Studentenwerk (DSW)
  • Ireland – The Confederation of Student Services in Ireland (CSSI)
  • Mexico – The Instituto Technologico y de Estudios de Monterrey (ITESM)
  • South Africa – South African Association of Senior Student Affairs Professionals (SAASSAP)
  • Spain – The Consejo de Colegios Mayores Universitarios de Espana (CCMU)
  • United Kingdom – The Association of Managers of Student Services in Higher Education (AMOSSHE)
  • United Arab Emirates - Student Affairs Professional Association (SAPA)
us host institutions
Cascadia Community College

Florida State University

Knox College

Ohio State University

Rollins College

Sante Fe Community College

University of California – San Francisco

University of Colorado

University of Florida

Western Illinois University

Monmouth College

Carl Sandburg College

Middle Tennessee State Univ

Bellarmine University

University of Louisville

Lexington Community College

University of Maryland – College Park

University of Tampa

University of Utah

University of Wyoming

Utah State University

Wake Forest University

Winston-Salem State University


Boston University

Boston College

The Colleges of the Fenway

University of Tennessee –Knoxville

Georgia State University

Georgia Institute of Technology

US Host Institutions

This list is an abbreviated list of institutions that have hosted a NASPA International delegation

visits to international universities by u s delegations
The following is an abbreviated list of institutions that have hosted or been the site of a visit by a NASPA U.S. delegation:

Australia/New Zealand

Australian National University

Canberra Institute of Technology

Canberra University

Macquarie University

University of New South Wales

University of Technology Sydney

University of Western Sydney

University of Sydney


Deutsches Studentenwerk (Bonn & Berlin)

University of Karlsruhe & Studentenwerk Karlsruhe

University of Trier & Studentenwerk Trier

Fachhochschule Trier

Heidelberg University & Studentenwerk Heidelberg

University of Potsdam & Studentenwerk Potsdam

University of Muenster & Studentenwerk Muenster

United Arab Emirates

The American University in Dubai

United Arab Emirates University

Dubai Women’s College

Dubai Men’s College

Zayed University

University of Sharjah


Centre Nationale des Oeuvres Universitaires et Scolaires (CNOUS) de Quai d’Orsay

Centre Regional des Oeuvres Universitaires et Scolaires (CROUS) de Haute Normandie

Centre Regional des Oeuvres Universitaires et Scolaires (CROUS) de Paris

Universite Paris (Sorbonne)


University of Salamanca

South Africa

University of Stellenbosch

Rand Afrikaans University Universitaire de L’Arsenal

University of Witwatersrand

PE Technikon



ITESM Institutions


Exchange in planning – Spring/Summer 2006


Exchange in planning

United Kingdom

Exchange in planning – June 19-25, 2005

Visits to International Universities by U.S. Delegations
goals of the international exchange program
Goals of the International Exchange Program
  • Expand knowledge related to the history, culture, geography, economy, religion, educational systems and peoples of countries around the world
  • Foster sensitivity, appreciation and understanding of diversity
  • Share information on education, policies and practices that support and encourage student learning and development
goals continued
Goals Continued
  • Provide opportunities for student affairs professionals to travel to another country, visit institutions of higher education and meet higher education colleagues with similar interests
  • Meet students in higher education and learn about their goals, needs and issues related to study abroad opportunities
  • Develop and nurture relationships with colleagues in student affairs and services around the world
  • Explore avenues for collaboration and cooperative agreements among institutions in the home and host country
objectives of the exchange program
Objectives of the Exchange Program
  • Provide an opportunity to learn about higher education from the host and visiting country delegates and how student services, programs and activities are provided and funded
  • Meet with students at host institutions/countries to develop an understanding of how students in other countries differ from the delegate’s home country
  • Visit important cultural and historical sites in the host country
  • Exchange ideas and share information on programs, services and activities
  • Exchange participants will learn and be able to articulate and share:
    • Educational, socio-economic, political, religious and cultural differences that contribute to a country’s uniqueness
    • How student services are provided and funded
    • Trends, challenges, and new programs
    • Mutual issues as well as issues that are specific to the host country and host/visited institutions
    • The level of interest expressed by students in participating in study abroad programs and the basis for students’ academic and geographical preferences