Fully Engaged Learners

We help educate, support, and engage your international students.





Strengthen International Enrollment

Magnify your global impact with our local knowledge.


Establish International Partnerships

Build customized international student programs and create new revenue streams for your institution.

The New Mind Experience

It’s a whole new world out there. An interconnected, cross-cultural, collaborative place with educational and career opportunities. Get a taste of the New Mind experience.

Exciting Programs

Learn about our three stages of programs.  Specifically, how we guide students from the day they pack up to leave for college to the moment they settle in to their first job.

Unique Approach

Find out more about our unique and holistic approaches that prepare students for academic, career and life success.


The New Mind

Global learning has never been more critical.

Our survival as citizens of the world depends on it.  The future of the interconnected economy requires more than connections, language, and academic studies. It requires a new mind.


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New Mind Education Blog


Fall Fun in Asheville!

By TIFFANY MERRITT Editor: MICHELLE DANNER Autumn has officially arrived with the falling of many colorful leaves amidst the cool, crisp temperatures that make everyone want to cozy up with some hot apple cider and a warm blanket. UPP at Greensboro Director Enoch Chow... read more

中秋节快乐!Happy Autumn Festival

By JORDAN GRIFFIN and TIFFANY MERRITT Editor: MICHELLE DANNER Every Fall, the International & Global Studies department at UNCG, with a grant from the US Government, holds a festival celebrating the Autumn Festival of Eastern Asian countries: mostly Korea, Japan,... read more

Moving into American Culture and Friendships, Literally!

By YANG FAN and TIFFANY MERRITT Editor: MICHELLE DANNER New Mind organized a field day on Saturday, September 26, from 12 to 3 PM at UNCG recreation center. Despite the rain, most of our students attended. In addition, 30% of our participants were American. They were... read more