02 février 2020

Internationalisation at home: past, present and future

Screenshot-2018-5-3 EAIEIt has now been 20 years since Internationalisation at Home was introduced, with the aim of bringing the benefits of internationalisation to all students beyond just the mobile few. As physical student mobility is still limited to a small minority of students, this aim is as valid today as it was 20 years ago. More...

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20 janvier 2020

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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UUKi & BC India launch Study in India program

By Kerrie Kennedy. Universities UK International and British Council India have launched a bilateral pilot program to support collaboration between UK universities and their Indian partners and send UK students to India during their studies. More...

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15 janvier 2020

EAIE identifies indicators of successful internationalisation

By Kerrie Kennedy. Building on 2018’s second edition of EAIE Barometer – the largest dataset on the state of internationalisation in Europe – the EAIE has launched its next report in the series in an effort to highlight what ‘successful’ internationalisation looks like in European higher education. More...

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“No evidence” OPT students take jobs from US workers – NFAP

By Kerrie Kennedy. There is “no evidence” that international students participating in Optional Practical Training reduce job opportunities for US workers, instead they act as a “safety valve” for tight labour markets and as a source of STEM employees, a National Foundation for American Policy study has found. More...

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Dutch Internationalisation “gains pace”

By Kerrie Kennedy. A growing number of Dutch students are gaining international experience through learning languages, taking part in an exchange abroad or using an international curriculum, a new Nuffic report has revealed. But teachers and lecturers are, on average, slower to embrace internationalisation. More...

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Finances are not main motivator for internationalisation across European HEIs – EAIE

By Viggo Stacey. Financial resources are vital for higher education institutions to operate, but many HE professionals working in internationalisation indicate that it is not a “deep concern” or the “main motivation” for work, a report focusing on nine European countries has found. More...

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14 janvier 2020

The Internationalization of Indian Higher Education

It has become increasingly clear that the Narendra Modi government views the higher education sector as a tool of soft power and also as a means to enhance the country’s international competitiveness. More...

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11 décembre 2019

Nuffic warns funding cuts could threaten internationalisation

By Claudia Civinini. A major setback for internationalisation in the Netherlands could be afoot as the ministry of education, science and culture has announced plans to cut Nuffic’s budget from 2021, according to the agency. More...

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