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June 13, 2024
Pulse Check: Navigating International Recruitment Part 3

Pulse Check: Navigating International Recruitment Part 3

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About the Episode

Ruby Nagashima gives listeners an inside look into what makes Soka University a destination institution for international students. 

Takeaways:

  • Being intentional and mission-driven are key to international student recruitment and success.
  • Soka’s inclusive culture, financial aid, and student engagement contribute to a unique and accessible educational experience.
  • Requirements like mandatory study abroad for both domestic and international students create a sense of mutual understanding and respect.
  • Having resources like credential analysts removes barriers to international student admissions.

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People in this episode

Host

Kinnari “Kin” Sejpal is the Vice President of Marketing and Communications/Chief Marketing Officer at University of Redlands where she oversees brand management, enrollment marketing, and communications and digital teams.

Interviewee

Ruby Nagashima

Ruby Nagashima serves as the Director of Student Leadership and Service Engagement at Soka University of America and has over 17 years of experience in higher education.

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