Graduates of the International Education Management (IEM) program pursue careers in education abroad, international student and scholar services, language programs, citizen diplomacy programs, and government agencies.
This information is compiled from surveys of the Classes of 2011–2016 and refers to the first job after graduation (unless otherwise stated).
China; Colombia; Denmark; Germany; Ghana; Italy; Japan; Liberia; South Korea; Spain; Thailand; United Kingdom; United States
Employment Status (One Year After Graduation, %)
Salary (U.S. BASED, EMPLOYED FULL TIME)
While the majority of IEM graduates go into education, our alumni also work in the following industries:
- Language Services
- Development (international, economic, community)
“The Institute has a stellar reputation in our field, and [the student’s] skills and value to our team confirm this reputation!”
Secured opportunity: 91%
Locations: Czech Republic, Chile, Denmark, Malaysia, Spain, Cameroon, France, Mexico, Peru, United States
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