Post-Secondary Education

“The Spanish version of the Global Competence Aptitude Assessment® is a valuable resource and provides a strong foundation for UPAEP’s faculty and student internationalization efforts and for the development of our global strategic plan.

Felipe Burgos Ochoategui, Ph.D.,

Dean, School of Business, Universidad Popular Autónoma del Estado de Puebla, Mexico

I know of no better tool to assess one’s ability to work effectively in international settings as well as one’s awareness of and adaptability to diverse cultures, perceptions and approaches than the GCAA®. I highly recommend the GCAA®!

William Brustein, Ph.D.,

Vice President for Global Strategies and International Affairs and Distinguished Professor of History, West Virginia University

Excellent questions that call for judgment rather than merely factual knowledge.” 

Lewis Jillings, Ph.D.,

Former Associate Vice Provost, International Programs, The Pennsylvania State University

“We must not only provide experiences and education designed to develop global competence, we must demonstrate that our efforts are actually effective. The GCAA® is an excellent instrument for providing information about a person’s level of global competence because it generates a comprehensive and detailed report on global people skills, attitudes and knowledge.”

Howard Rollins, Ph.D.,

Cultural Psychology Expert and Professor Emeritus, and Creator of the International Plan, Georgia Institute of Technology

“Thorough. This assessment has a good variety of real life situations for cross-cultural problem solving.”

Will Phillip,

Former Director of Organizational Advancement, NAFSA: Association of International Educators

“We use the GCAA® to directly assess student learning outcomes for our regional accreditation process. The GCAA® has assisted us identify where our students need to improve, and highlighted strategic opportunities that the university can undertake for continuous improvement. In addition, students are empowered by the assessment experience and reflect upon their own prioritized development feedback so they can plan their next steps toward global competence.”

Shonda Gibson, Ph.D.,

Associate Provost for Institutional Effectiveness; SACSCOC Accreditation Liaison, Texas A&M University - Commerce

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