24 décembre 2016

The new international officer: Who holds the power in internationalisation?

By . Internationalisation is no longer the remit of only a few dedicated internationalisation professionals at higher education institutions, but increasingly so of several internal and external stakeholders. With a multitude of individuals and entities being involved in the process, the question of who is in charge of internationalisation and of steering its future developments emerges. More...

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International higher education in 2016: the year in review

By . What a year 2016 has been! While the political and global environment that we operate in changes around us, our role in international education becomes even more important. As the year comes to an end, it’s timely to reflect on the hot topics and current events that have shaped our work in the internationalisation of higher education. More...

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Russia, China, India Lead in Coding Rankings

The HackerRank website has announced a global ranking of educational institutions according to the coding ability of  their  students. It has organized a University Rankings Competition with 5,500 students from 126 institutions. Universities are ranked according to the number of participants and their scores. More...

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Shanghai Sports Rankings

Shanghai Ranking has produced a series of subject rankings the latest of which is a global ranking of sport science schools and departments. The ranking has five indicators that measure academic or research achievement: papers indexed in the Web of Science, number of citations of published papers, citations per paper, papers published in the top 25% of journals, and percentage of publications with international co-authors. More...

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Turkey, Iran, Saudi Arabia and Egypt Lead MENA Research

A report by Clarivate Analytics, the former business group of Thomson Reuters, analyses the research output from 2006 to 2016 of 14 countries in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) stretching from Morocco to Pakistan.The most productive country was Turkey with a total of 277, 781 publications in the Web of Science database, followed by Iran, Egypt and Saudi Arabia. The amount of research in other countries was very low and several countries such as Libya, Syria, Iraq and Bahrain were not included in the survey. The list of top ten universities included four from Iran, three from Turkey, two from Saudi Arabia and one from Egypt. More...

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ECMI is 20!

http://www.infoecmi.eu/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/ecmiheader-20yrs.jpgTo celebrate our two decades, we gathered our team and friends for a press conference and a reception at Kompagnietor in Flensburg on 7th of December.
“For 20 years ECMI has had a presence in 15 countries, with 250 projects, hosting 27 visiting researchers and 231 interns, with total 283 staff members in headquarters and regional offices.” More...

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#DonostiaForum: Language Diversity in Action

http://www.infoecmi.eu/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/ecmiheader-20yrs.jpgFor the last two days, Donostia, San Sebastian is a hub of experts on language policies. UNESCO Etxea, in collaboration with the Donostia-San Sebastián Foundation 2016 organised the European Language Diversity Forum to reflect on and debate the different aspects of the development of minority languages in Europe. More...

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EPP team is in Ukraine: functions and competences of executive bodies responsible for minority policy

http://www.infoecmi.eu/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/ecmiheader-20yrs.jpgWhat are the executive bodies responsible for minority policy? How do they function? These are the main topics of the current EPP seminars taking place on 12-14 December 2016 in Kyiv, Ukraine.
The EPP seminar on functions and competences of bodies of executive power responsible for minority policy has started yesterday in Kyiv. More...

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Online now: ECMI Annual Programme 2017

http://www.infoecmi.eu/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/ecmiheader-20yrs.jpgWhat is the ECMI team planning for 2017? What are our Focus Points? How do we plan to promote minority rights throughout the next year? The ECMI Annual Programme 2017 outlines few highlights for the upcoming year, including ongoing research and action oriented projects and the planned initiatives within the ECMI research clusters. More...

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Examining the past, learning for the future

http://www.infoecmi.eu/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/ecmiheader-20yrs.jpgThe conference, entitled “The promotion of national minorities by their ‘mother countries’ in Central and Eastern Europe in the 20th and 21st century“, is presented by the European Network Remembrance and Solidarity, the Bundesinstitut für Geschichte der Deutschen im östlichen Europa, and the Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen (IFA). More...

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