Student Mobility Network meeting

Start Date
22 May 2014
End Date
23 May 2014
San Diego, California
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The next Student Mobility Meeting will take place in San Diego from 22 to 23 May 2014. This occurs just prior to the NAFSA conference, which begins on 25 May.


The 2014 Student Mobility meeting takes place in May, giving staff interested in enhancing the student experience across the U21 network the opportunity to get together and share information.

This year’s meeting will provide members with the opportunity to network with colleagues; meet new members; discuss the latest mobility opportunities, including short-term mobility;  receive updates from members; and listen to presentations on good practice in the network.

The group will also discuss the strategic direction of the network and provide input into the strategic initiatives within the SE Cluster.

The major topics for discussion this year will be the Student Experience projects - Internships and an annual U21 Incubator.

Members have also expressed interest in discussing the new U21 OCC (online closed course)"Critical Thinking in Global Challenges"; undergraduate research; community based projects; administration of short-term programs; student mobility programming; student promotion and outreach initiatives; Erasmus +;  International Staff Week; Summer Courses; U21 Ambassadors; and short-term mobility opportunities such as the ‘College on Wheels’.


An agenda will be available in the near future. Members will be asked to respond to a survey, providing an update on their institutions’ activities. A consolidated document will be provided to delegates prior to the meeting in San Diego.


Details of the meeting

 Thursday 22nd May, 13:00 – 17:00

Friday 23rdMay, 09:00 – 17:00



Topeka Room

Embassy Suites San Diego Bay-Downtown

601 Pacific Hwy

San Diego, CA 92101


The meeting is open to all members with an interest in enhancing the student experience across the network.

How To Register

Registration is via the link at the bottom of the pages.

Should you have any questions, please direct them to Sue Dengate, Student Experience Manager ( 

Sue Dengate