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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Dutch internationalisation review seeks to manage inbound numbers

By Claudia Civinini. An ability to limit numbers on non-Dutch language courses and higher fees for non-EEA students were some of the key proposals contained in a review of higher education internationalisation released by the Dutch government. More...

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08 décembre 2019

Digitalisation and internationalisation

Screenshot-2018-5-3 EAIEAs we all know, the world is moving fast and furiously toward ever more integration of technology in our lives. Smartphone apps allow us to navigate our way through traffic across town, as well as guide us to meetings and professional events in far-flung locations around the world. More...

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30 novembre 2019

European Internationalization and ‘Money Matters’

For some time now, concerns have been raised about the ways in which money has become a more central consideration when it comes to internationalization in higher education. It’s hard to disagree with this assessment, at least to some extent. It’s evident that some countries -- particularly the United States and Australia -- frame the benefits of internationalization in terms of revenue generation for individual institutions or entire national economies. More...

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09 novembre 2019

Investir dans l'internationalisation de l'enseignement supérieur

Accueil - Vie PubliquePorté par la mondialisation et par l'élévation du niveau de vie dans les pays émergents, le nombre des étudiants internationaux - c'est-à-dire des personnes étudiant dans un autre pays que le leur - ne cesse d'augmenter. Il pourrait passer d'environ 4 millions aujourd'hui à 7,5 millions en 2025. Cette internationalisation de l'enseignement supérieur ne se limite plus à la seule mobilité des étudiants : les formations et les établissements s'exportent, le contenu comme les outils pédagogiques évoluent, les collaborations scientifiques internationales sont valorisées. La France est un acteur important de l'internationalisation. Plus...

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