21 janvier 2019

Ontario sets out internationalisation strategy

By Viggo Stacey. Ontario’s government has set out its postsecondary education strategy 2018 which education providers are expected to meet over the next three years. More...

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09 janvier 2019

Global attraction – Spain’s internationalisation between charm and challenges

By The PIE News team. “The internationalisation of the Spanish education system since Spain first joined the European Union cannot be denied,” states Alfonso Díaz Segura, head of International Relations at Universidad Cardenal Herrera CEU in Valencia. More...

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07 janvier 2019

Sweden develops new HE internationalisation strategy

By Claudia Civinini. “Sweden must improve its capacity to receive foreign expertise”. That is the finding of a government inquiry tasked to develop a new internationalisation strategy for Sweden’s higher education system. More...

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06 janvier 2019

Deep Internationalization & Infrastructure

http://www.insidehighered.com/sites/default/server_files/styles/large/public/globalhighered.jpgBy Kris Olds. On experiments in deep internationalization via the development of outward-facing forms of city-based infrastructure. More...

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23 décembre 2018

Exploring the ‘unexpected’ in internationalisation

For many of us in Europe and elsewhere, the end of the calendar year is marked by much-anticipated holiday festivities. These celebrations are replete with tradition – familiar foods, age-old music, annual gatherings in well-known settings. We’ve seen it all before and we’ll see it all again, which is often extremely comforting and reassuring. More...

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19 décembre 2018

Sweden develops plans to increase its international recruitment

By Claudia Civinini. Increased collaboration between government agencies to promote Sweden abroad, simplified visa processes and a boost to international scholarship funds are some of the recommendations contained in the second part of the inquiry into Swedish higher education internationalisation. More...

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27 novembre 2018

Internationalisation of the curriculum comes of age

By Valerie Clifford and Martin Haigh. Hans de Wit’s recent blog on successes and failures in internationalisation in higher education inspired us to take stock of internationalisation of the curriculum. More...

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26 novembre 2018

Winning the Global War for Talent, and Beyond

HomeInternationalization of campuses is no longer just a nice thing to do. It is absolutely necessary, argues James Applegate. More...

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20 novembre 2018

Populism a threat to internationalisation, rectors say

By Jan Petter Myklebust. Five leaders at two of Sweden’s top universities have written a joint article raising concern that the rising support for nationalism and populism sweeping Sweden is threatening internationalisation in higher education and the benefits it brings to societal development. More...

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09 novembre 2018

The staff who are overlooked in internationalisation

By Fiona Hunter, Elspeth Jones and Hans de Wit. Over the past 25 years we have forgotten to bring academics and administrators with us in the development of the internationalisation process. In the beginning phase of the Erasmus programme, academics and their departments played a leading role in cooperation with partners and student exchange initiatives. With the growth of the programme, internationalisation became institutionalised, with core functions dealt with by leadership and international officers. More...

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