22 août 2015

The “Glocal” University

GUNi LogoA variety of adjectives have been used to define the roles played by universities and the challenges they face. The latest report on global higher education (GUNi, 2013), for example, speaks of ‘engaged universities’ whereas John Goddard (2009) developed the idea of ‘civic universities’. Other terms that have been coined in recent years are ‘entrepreneurial universities’ (Allan Gibb, 2005), ‘innovative universities" (Clayton M. Christensen and Henry J. Eyring, 2011) and ‘globally competitive, locally engaged universities’ (OECD, 2007). Perhaps the latest significant contribution is the recovery of the concept ‘flagship universities’ by John Aubrey Douglass (2014). See more...

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45th eucen Conference | Transferring Knowledge in a Globalised World: a ULLL Responsibility

The 45th eucen Conference organised by the University of Geneva took place in May 2013 at the Cailler Conference Centre in Charmey (CH).
Today, like the economy in general, knowledge too is globalised. Universities position their knowledge in a world-wide context. New ways of delivering learning are essential. E-learning and on-line courses open up new possibilities. The location of learning is being displaced. It is migrating from the classroom to an iPhone, an iPad... Internationalisation has become one of the major challenges for universities.
The conference examined the responsibility of ULLL in the knowledge society. What are the models of the future for ULLL in a globalised world? Two aspects were explored:
• Between competition, collaboration and cooperation – the policy of internationalisation for universities
• The transfer of knowledge by ICT
Follow this link to download the presentations from eucen's 45th Conference in Charmey. More...

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20 août 2015

The Economics of Globalization

Résultat de recherche d'images pour A series of recorded lectures by Prof. Beverelli Cosimo on the Economics of Globalization. More...

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15 août 2015

The importance of going global

Résultat de recherche d'images pour By Roseann O'Reilly Runte. Universities must work together to achieve this goal. In nearly every university in North America, faculty and administrators have recognized the importance of globalization. More...

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05 août 2015

The globalization of universities and science in Southern China

Résultat de recherche d'images pour "sciencemag.org logo"By Kevin Holden. Universities in south China are taking the lead in an array of reforms aimed at making academic centers and scientific collaboration more international and more dynamic. Leaders of universities across southern Guangdong Province are expanding award schemes designed to recruit researchers and scientists who have obtained advanced degrees or taught in the United States or Europe. These measures are increasing openings for scholars trained abroad, and are helping globalize university faculties and joint scientific research. In the process, China is strengthening its position as a world power in science. More...

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29 juillet 2015

The Americanistion of Australian Universities. I won’t vote for that!

By Paul Kniest (NTEU National Office). In a fascinating article entitled “Wisconsin controversy: with fewer tenured positions, who benefits from academic freedom?published inThe Conversation on Thursday June 26 2015, Cathy Sandeen, Chancellor at University of Wisconsin Colleges and the University of Wisconsin-Extension provides a succinct summary of the dangers we face by going down Christopher Pyne’s path of Americanising our universities. More...

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24 juin 2015

Transport, trade and tourism

By Pravin Krishna. We live in exciting times. Globalization is deepening at a very rapid rate. In the last decade and a half, international trade in goods has nearly tripled and international tourism has nearly doubled in magnitude. Increased connectivity has led to globally fragmented production processes. More...

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24 mai 2015

Exeter to cut 200 jobs as part of ambition to go global

By . More than 200 jobs could go at the University of Exeter as part of plans to save £25 million. More...

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17 mai 2015

An alternative path to creating a global brand

By William Patrick Leonard. Increasing numbers of students cross borders and oceans after finding the right tertiary education institution. A select group of institutions across the globe enjoy a clear advantage in attracting these international students. They enjoy a global reputation, in part confirmed by listings in one or more of the major ranking publications. Read more...

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04 mai 2015

Global ambitions in higher education

University Business LogoBy Ioanna OpideeWhile still far from common practice, international branch campuses have risen from a worldwide total of 15 in 1995 to 231 in 2015, according to the Cross-Border Education Research Team (CBERT) at the State University of New York at Albany. Leading the charge are U.S. institutions, with 83 campuses abroad. More...

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