more school you say?

Dali, André Monet

Definitely what Dali has on his mind. This mixed media piece I saw on the Hong Kong Artwalk seemed fitting for this post.

So I think I stopped by all the higher ed tables that were at the EARCOS conference and there are quite a few learning opportunities available. If you’re an international educator (some programs geared more towards those living in Asia) looking for master’s/doctorate programs, below are some options.  Happy learning.


University of San Francisco
& Washington State University 

  • International School Leadership Program (w/ option for a master’s degree from USF)
  • contact: Krenny Hammer  khammer(at)wsu(dot)edu
  • program questions:
    • Dr. Forrest Parkay  fwparkay(at)wsu(dot)edu
    • Dr. Chris Thomas  cnthomas(at)usfca(dot)edu

Lehigh University

  • Educational Leadership, M.Ed
  • Globalization and Educational Change, M.Ed
  • International Counseling, M.Ed
  • Educational Leadership, Ed.D
  • contact: Dr. Daphne P.Hobson  intlcoe(at)lehigh(dot)edu


Hong Kong Institute of Education (HKIEd)

  • International Executive Master of Arts (IEMA) in Educational Leadership and Change
  • contact: Barbara Song  iema(at)ied(dot)edu(dot)hk


George Mason University 

  • Elementary Education Licensure and M.Ed
  • English as a Second Language Education and M.Ed
  • Learning Support Graduate Certifcate Program
  • Graduate Certificate in Advanced IB Studies ADIB (w/ option for a master’s degree in Curriculum and Instruction)
  • contact:  fastrain(at)gmu(dot)edu


Buffalo State, State University of New York (SUNY) 

  • Certificate in Educational Leadership (w/ option for a master’s degree in Multidisciplinary Studies)
  • Certificate in Educational Technologies (w/ option for a master’s degree in Multidisciplinary Studies)
  • contact:  intlearning(at)buffalostate(dot)edu
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