22 septembre 2017

International officers finding their role in internationalisation at home

Though internationalisation at home is a relatively recent concept, it has already been embraced widely, particularly in northern and western Europe. Internationalisation at home aims to bring internationalisation to all students through the home curriculum. It is therefore primarily about teaching and learning, which implies that lecturers are increasingly becoming prominent players in internationalisation. More...

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21 septembre 2017

The new nationalism and internationalisation of HE

By Philip G Altbach and Hans de Wit. To borrow a turn of phrase from Karl Marx, a spectre is haunting higher education internationalisation and it is the dramatic rise of often xenophobic nationalism now sweeping across many countries – from Trump’s ‘America First’ to Brexit in the United Kingdom to Orban’s proto-fascism in Hungary. More...

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A risky time for universities to internationalise

By John Daniel. After World War II, a new world order emerged. Its most powerful symbol was the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, which celebrated the virtues of democracy, openness and internationalism. Some countries resisted these values for several decades, but by the end of the 20th century, with the Berlin Wall in ruins and apartheid a bad memory, they were more deeply embedded than ever. International higher education flourished. More...

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20 septembre 2017

Misconceptions of internationalisation still prevail

By Hans de Wit. The last few years of debate on internationalisation of higher education have seen a lot of attempts to define it in terms purely of mobility for the few and to suggest that it ignores the local. Such ideas must be countered. More...

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13 juillet 2017

The State of Campus Internationalization

HomeBy Elizabeth Redden. Survey finds progress in comprehensive internationalization efforts. The top two priority activities for colleges are sending U.S. students abroad and recruiting international students. More...

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12 juillet 2017

Is Trump driving Canada’s rising internationalisation?

By Creso Sá. Many believe that this is Canada’s moment – an opportunity to increase the inflow of international talent into Canadian higher education. Politics and economics have been part of this narrative. More...

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06 juillet 2017

Internationalisation et Recherche en SHS

AccueilLa MSHS de Poitiers vous donne rendez-vous le mardi 28 mars à partir de 10h pour un temps consacré à la recherche en sciences humaines et sociales dans une dimension internationale. Plus...

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21 juin 2017

Still a long way to go on internationalisation

By Bruno Morche. In the last few weeks, reports and articles have highlighted the performance of higher education in China. Data shows that the number of international students from China is soaring. Catherine Montgomery discussed the Chinese higher education megaproject. The QS university rankings 2018 released in June showed the rise of East Asia and Pacific universities, mainly the Chinese ones. Read more...

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05 juin 2017

Joint Programmes: surveying the impacts on graduates

Dual/Joint Programmes (JP) have been developed by higher education institutions (HEI) since the early 1990s. Today they are one of the main tools for the internationalisation of higher education in Europe. Most of the HEIs have a set of JPs in place, new ones are constantly created and funding at both the EU and the national level is becoming more common. Nevertheless, very little is known about the impact of these programmes on the future of the graduates both from the professional and from the personal point of view. More...

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09 mai 2017

Rapport sur l'internationalisation de l'économie française

L’attractivité de notre pays se renforce. Les faits le prouvent. En 2016, 3 nouvelles décisions d’investissement ont été enregistrées par jour. Notre pays a attiré 1 117 nouvelles décisions d’investissements étrangers créateurs d’emploi, soit une progression de 16 %, qui ont permis la création ou le maintien de 30 108 emplois. Voir l'article...

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