06 mars 2017

Centre for Global Higher Education Conference

The Centre for Global Higher Education or CGHE, based at the UCL Institute of Education in the United Kingdom, held its annual conference in London on 1 March on the theme “Higher Education: Changing global relations”, which explored the drivers and effects of changing global relations in higher education. University World News reports. Read more...

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23 décembre 2016

Ethnic identities and globalization - the 27th Ethnic Minority Congress in Klagenfurt, Austria

Minority protection is especially important in an era when ethnic and national boundaries start to fade due to free movement and globalisation: people, especially the youth of different nationalities think and behave alike while speaking multiple languages with each other. More...

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17 décembre 2016

Globalism, Colleges and the Compensation Principle

HomeBy Richard Romano. Given adequate funding, higher education is capable of playing a much greater role in helping displaced people retain their dignity and contribute to the future, argues Richard Romano. Read more...

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13 décembre 2016

Leading universities’ response to rising nationalism

By Dennis Murray. We are at a particularly confronting moment in history. Brexit in the United Kingdom and the rise of Donald Trump in the United States are just particular manifestations of a growing scepticism among many of our citizens about the downside of globalisation. Read more...

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08 novembre 2016

Beware the double-edged sword of globalisation in HE

By Defta Oktafiga. Globalisation in higher education is a process of integrating key 21st century components such as the knowledge-based economy, information-technology development and the knowledge network society into higher education. Read more...

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14 octobre 2016

Achieving and sharing the benefits of globalisation

Today’s OECD Interim Economic Outlook warns that trade growth is slowing, contributing to another slowing of global GDP growth in 2016 and with few signs of improvement for 2017. Does it really matter? If we believe the current anti-trade, anti-globalisation rhetoric, we might shrug our shoulders and say “no”. More...

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13 octobre 2016

Achieving and sharing the benefits of globalisation

https://oecdecoscope.files.wordpress.com/2016/02/cropped-blog-clouds.jpgPosted . Yesterday’s OECD Interim Economic Outlook warns that trade growth is slowing, contributing to another slowing of global GDP growth in 2016 and with few signs of improvement for 2017. Does it really matter? If we believe the current anti-trade, anti-globalisation rhetoric, we might shrug our shoulders and say “no”. Trade has been so maligned and demonised, some might even be pleased. More...

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08 septembre 2016

De la mondialisation à la globalisation de l’Enseignement supérieur : 15 tweets pour s’en convaincre

http://blog.educpros.fr/fiorina/wp-content/themes/longbeach_jfiorina/longbeach/images/img01.jpgBlog Educpros de Jean-François Fiorina. Suite de mon analyse de la semaine dernière. Des réalités géopolitiques de la mondialisation de l’Enseignement supérieur, je bascule sur l’économique et l’émergence de nouveaux marchés, avec la folie des EdTechs/GAFA et le boom de l’Enseignement supérieur en Asie. La globalisation du secteur serait-elle en marche ? Réponse en 15 tweets. Suite de l'article...

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13 juillet 2016

Uniplaces rewards “good deeds” for int’l students

By Natalie Marsh. Global student accommodation platform, Uniplaces, is encouraging students to perform acts of kindness for international students in order to enter its latest scholarship competition. More...

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29 juin 2016

Global citizens or good citizens?

By Matthew Piscioneri and Fay Patel. Generation Z is destined to be the most researched of all generations in history. We understand consumer habits, how Generation Z communicates, even the exact details of how the media influences them. Read more...

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