In a time of unprecedented pressure to tackle the migration challenge, the demand for an effective and sustainable approach to screening, evaluating and recognising refugees’ qualifications is at the forefront of political agendas in many countries. Also in this blog post, check out the very first passport to be issued via the programme, and learn more… Read more »
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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.
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 »
On this very date, in the year 2012, the EAIE launched its first blog post. Today, 419 blog posts later and with a growing weekly readership, the EAIE blog is still going strong! We take this occasion as an opportunity to say thank you to our readers for inspiring us to produce quality original content… Read more »
Last week, I attended the Association of International Education Administrators (AIEA) conference in Washington DC together with EAIE Vice-President Sabine Pendl. Just a month after the presidential inauguration, it should perhaps not have come as a surprise that the event was dominated by an outrage against the (suspended) executive order to ban travel from seven countries,… Read more »
Efforts to integrate refugees into higher education in Europe continue to be present on the agenda of higher education institutions throughout the continent. Sharing best practices and new initiatives helps institutions adopt unique solutions within their own particular contexts. Yet there are still many challenges to be conquered in order to really help refugees integrate… Read more »
There is a well-known saying that goes, “an offer that is acceptable for all is perfect for no one”. This is certainly true, and competition is fierce in the world of international higher education. It is estimated that at least 7000 higher education institutions actively recruit international students – and that these students all apply to an average of five… Read more »
What a year 2016 has been! While the political and global environment that we operate in changes around us, our role in international education becomes even more important. As the year comes to an end, it’s timely to reflect on the hot topics and current events that have shaped our work in the internationalisation of higher education…. Read more »
This year, the international higher education community was, in many ways, shaken to its core. Recent world events have led international educators to question what it means to promote internationalisation in times of seemingly growing insularity. Resistance to global forces is nothing new, but it certainly appears to be gaining momentum in mainstream politics. Reflecting… Read more »
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