Riverbanks University recognizes the value of international cooperation and networking. It feels that it is important for Riverbanks, as a responsible institution to participate and be up to date in the international higher education sphere. To this aim, the university is a member of several higher education networks at the international level.
The student experience at Riverbanks University extends well beyond the classroom — with multiple opportunities to grow, explore and achieve. Students — including undergraduates — can make real contributions to research, International programs, including study abroad and a unique International Degree, add a global perspective and cross-cultural skills. And a variety internship programs provide hands-on work experience, taking coursework to its practical application. Riverbanks offers opportunities and resources where students can make college everything they want it to be — and more.
Collaborations between these institutions and Riverbanks University can help strengthen the pipeline of students in business, political science, criminal justice and related disciplines. Riverbanks has had a long tradition of working closely with universities to enable students to begin to build their professional networks and develop mentors in the field. Riverbanks include many academic faculty and scholars, providing opportunities for students, faculty, fellows, and staff to benefit from global contacts in the field. These membership programs at the university establish formal linkages with the international network so that they can better support professional development and advancement for scholars and for students starting their careers or making career transitions.
The Council for Adult and Experiential Learning (CAEL) links learning and work. CAEL is a nonprofit that works at all levels within the higher education, public, and private sectors to make it easier for people to get the education and training they need.The Council for Adult and Experiential Learning (CAEL) works towards facilitating individuals in getting the education and training they need to excel professionally. They do this by finding practical ways to link people’s education to their jobs or future careers. They also support ways to link learning from peoples’ work and life experiences to their educational goals—so they earn their degrees and credentials faster.
For details, visit CAEL website: www.cael.org