22 février 2017

Future of outward higher education internationalisation

By Gabriel Hawawini. In a recent book, I define internationalisation as the process of integrating a higher education institution and its key stakeholders (faculty and its students) into the emerging global knowledge economy. More...

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20 février 2017

IIE awards applaud minority-serving HEIs

By Beckie Smith. Santa Monica College in California and Virginia Union University are the recipients of IIE‘s first ever award for Internationalizing the Minority-Serving Institution, in this year’s Andrew Heiskell Awards for Innovation in International Education. More...

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15 février 2017

Final Chance to Register for the ACE/AIEA Internationalization Collaborative

Résultat de recherche d'images pour "acenet.edu logo"Individuals or teams of administrators tasked with internationalization on college and university campuses should apply now for the ACE/AIEA Internationalization Collaborative, as registration closes Tuesday, Feb. 14. Presented in conjunction with the Association of International Education Administrators (AIEA) Annual Conference, the Collaborative serves as a forum for sharing effective practices that address one particular aspect of internationalization. More...

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2017-19 ACE Internationalization Lab Offers Customized Guidance and Insight

Résultat de recherche d'images pour "acenet.edu logo"Colleges and universities ready to transform their campuses’ approaches to providing global education can apply now for the 15th cohort of ACE’s Internationalization Laboratory. More...

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14 février 2017

Manufacturing internationalisation of higher education

By Angel Calderon. Times Higher Education or THE has not shied away from experimenting with alternative approaches to university rankings. It has made a virtue of the art of calibrating concept, form and shape. One must commend THE for such endeavours. The latest ranking released on 1 February of the 'world’s most international universities 2017' is a case in point. Read more...

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24 décembre 2016

The new international officer: Who holds the power in internationalisation?

By . Internationalisation is no longer the remit of only a few dedicated internationalisation professionals at higher education institutions, but increasingly so of several internal and external stakeholders. With a multitude of individuals and entities being involved in the process, the question of who is in charge of internationalisation and of steering its future developments emerges. More...

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09 décembre 2016

Learning internationalisation strategy: time to get real

By . In the institutional strategic planning process, the task of regularly scanning the external environment to identify both opportunities and threats is now more critical than ever. Regardless of the extent to which institutions seek, or claim, to be international, the recent election of Donald Trump to the USA presidency, and the emerging consequences of the United Kingdom’s decision to leave the European Union, pose genuine questions for the higher education communities in the UK and USA, and indeed for the wider concept of internationalisation itself. More...

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08 décembre 2016

Education Malta launched to attract foreign partners

By Natalie Marsh. A national body has been established in Malta to promote the internationalisation of education and entice foreign institutions to set up a presence in the country. More...

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05 décembre 2016

Internationalisation ‘could transform Russian science’

In the paper, The Role of the State in University Science: Russian and China compared, Marginson compares science research and development in Russia with China and East Asia. While scientific capacity and outputs are declining in the former, they have grown spectacularly in the latter, particularly over the past decade. Read more...

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Why curriculum internationalisation isn’t working

By Ming Cheng. Curriculum internationalisation is a key issue in higher education today. It is argued that such internationalisation is important for developing students’ intercultural awareness, a global perspective of their subject area and the competences necessary for their future career. Read more...

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