20 janvier 2020

Looking back on a year of inclusion, innovation and impact

Screenshot-2018-5-3 EAIEWhether we’re ready for it or not, 2020 is on our doorstep. We’re two decades into the 21st century, but: where exactly does international education find itself at the moment, and what can we anticipate from the new year ahead. More...

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Solving a grade conversion conundrum

Screenshot-2018-5-3 EAIEWrapping up Forum Week, we look at how research can be applied to solve on-the-ground challenges like grade conversion. Today's post explores how two institutions participating in a joint Master's programme addressed the issue of inconsistent conversion of grades for students who studied abroad. More...

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Mobility in teacher education: a plea for figures

Screenshot-2018-5-3 EAIEThe title of this article may seem naive: too short and too simple. We aim to show, however, that figures can be a fruitful starting point to introduce, promote, reflect on and rethink measures that could be – and may already have been – taken to claim the necessary space for the idea of internationalisation as a major aspect of teacher education. More...

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Expanding our boundaries as scholar-practitioners

Screenshot-2018-5-3 EAIEContinuing with Forum Week, we shift our focus to the growing role played by the scholar-practitioner. Those who both study internationalisation as an area of scholarship and practice it as professionals often find themselves with full agendas, but the benefits to both the scholar-practitioner and the field of internationalisation make it a worthwhile race against the clock. More...

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Closing the gap between theory and practice

Screenshot-2018-5-3 EAIEContinuing with Winter Forum Week, we take a look at how graduate students are helping shape the internationalisation research agenda. One Master's student's investigation of faculty promotion practices across the globe not only yielded new insights into the internationalisation of tenure and promotion, but also highlighted the benefits of keeping internationalisation research and practice in close dialogue with one another. More...

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Setting the internationalisation research agenda

Screenshot-2018-5-3 EAIEHow does research on the internationalisation of higher education shape the work that you do? What has research on internationalisation revealed? And how does this research relate to enhanced practice? These are some of the key questions facing the EAIE in its mission to support international education practitioners across Europe. More...

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Croatia: leading community engagement efforts at EU level

Screenshot-2018-5-3 EAIECroatia has officially assumed the presidency of the Council of the European Union on 1 January 2020. The presidency of the Council rotates among the EU member states every six months, and during this period the country holding the presidency chairs meetings at every level in the Council, in order to ensure the continuity of its work. More...

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URAP Rankings: Sorbonne Reaches the Top Ten

This year’s URAP ranking is headed by Harvard followed by the University of Toronto and University College London. Sorbonne University, formed in 2018 through a merger of Paris-Sorbonne University and Pierre et Marie Curie University, is now in 10th place, a significant improvement since last year when it was 17th. More...

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New Computer Science Rankings Show Chinese Bid for AI Ascendency

The CSRankings show that China is on the way to dominate research in Artificial Intelligence. More...

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Poor Performance of Arab Business Schools

Arab universities have not performed very well in the global rankings. A few Saudi universities have reached the top of the Shanghai Rankings and Lebanese and Egyptian universities have made some impact in rankings such as CWUR and Scimago. The overall performance, however, is not impressive. More...

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