These days it seems easier for leaders to make bold decisions; decisions that go completely against what we as international educators assume to be well-accepted realities. Not so long ago it was hard to imagine this new reality where bold decisions increasingly force us to make a choice to stay silent or speak out.
Posts By: Leonard Engel - EAIE Executive Director
How can the EAIE best support you in achieving your goals? What products and services do you need? The EAIE is currently conducting a comprehensive survey to find out how we can better serve professionals like you. Your input will help to ensure that the EAIE continues to add value to the international higher education… Read more »
Many would say that internationalisation of higher education has become an industry, and some would even go as far as to say that international higher education conferences have become too commercial. At the 19th Annual Conference of the International Education Association of South Africa (IEASA), in Port Elizabeth, it became clear that a change in discourse… Read more »
Is transnational education the new buzz word? Is it more than the newest form of student recruitment? Or will it change internationalisation as we know it and drive our internationalisation strategy? Simply defined as education from one country offered in another, transnational education (TNE) is a hot topic. A one-day conference on TNE recently took… Read more »
As Executive Director of the EAIE, I often have the chance to speak to professionals in higher education about the issues they face. I find myself in a privileged position because I have worked for 25 years in the field. Since I became Director I have gained a much broader perspective on higher education, with… Read more »