Global Alumni Relations Course-FAQ

Global Alumni Relations Course FAQ

What is this eCourse about?

The Global Alumni Relations eCourse aims to improve the engagement of your institution’s network of internationally affiliated alumni, students, faculty, staff, community, and key partners to support and advance institutional priorities. It is 12-module professional development seminar delivered in an anynchronous, self-paced format which can be completed in as little as a week or as long as you like.

Who should take this eCourse? This eCourse is designed for university, college and school administrators, promotional and regulatory agency staff, and even corporate staff who are interested in learning how to establish and maintain an engaged global network of international alumni and brand ambassadors.

What will we learn in the eCourse?

Participants will better understand the benefits of engaging one’s alumni network; be able to identify the relevant value propositions for your organization; and will be capable of developing an effective action plan using available resources.

What else is included?

Ongoing access to Academic Assembly’s library of best practice recommendations, case studies and planning templates, as well as regular updates from the field.

How long do I have access to the eCourse material?

Each subscription is for 12 months from date of purchase.

How much does this eCourse cost?

US$495 covers use for 12 months, with two (2) seat licenses.

Why take this eCourse with Academic Assembly?

This Global Alumni Relations Course is taught by Gretchen Dobson, who is the author of three books on the topic, including Being Global: Making the Case for International Alumni Relations (2011). This eCourse is a first of its kind, focusing on the most important issues facing institutions and companies undertaking comprehensive internationalizing today.

For detailed information on each of the course modules, please the course description page. If you have additional questions, please contact us.