This member magazine delivers topical reports and features on the internationalisation of higher education, plus important news from the field and the Association to all EAIE members.
Forum is published three times a year, in spring, summer and winter. Keep up to date with the latest trends in international education and share your views and opinions with a global readership through this revered publication.
Spring Forum 2015
Theme: Equity in access
The spring issue of Forum, due out in April, will explore the following issues:
- Gender imbalances in mobility, academia and leadership
- Gender mainstreaming
- The non-traditional and minority students (eg Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex (LGBTI) students, students from disadvantaged socioeconomic backgrounds, mature students, students with children, students with disabilities, migrant students)
- Financing equity in access (eg scholarship programmes for non-traditional learners)
- Services supporting equity in access (eg preparing and supporting non-traditional students and staff prior to/during their trip abroad)
- Delivery systems enhancing equity in access
- Entry, retention and success rates
- Culture of home and host societies
Summer Forum 2015
Theme: Strategic partnerships
Higher education institutions are increasingly realising the importance of international partnerships to attract a more diverse student body, to promote greater mobility of staff and students, and to impact curriculum development, collaborative teaching programmes and research networks. No longer are international partnerships being seen simply as an ‘add on’ to an institution’s internationalisation activities – they are becoming a core part of the overall strategy. How can institutions make the most of their partnerships? How do they go about creating and managing them? What happens when partnerships go wrong? And what impact do they really have on student learning?
The upcoming issue of summer Forum will focus on the following topics:
- Sustainability, equality and reciprocity in partnerships
- Selecting, managing and ending partnerships
- Mobilising your institution for partnerships
- Measuring successful partnerships
- How partnerships impact and transform HEI’s
- Leveraging multilateral partnerships
- New partnership opportunities in Key Action 2 of Erasmus+
- Partnerships with non-HEI’s (business, government, civil society)
If you are interested in contributing an article, we are accepting submissions of up to 1200 words. Please send your contribution for review to firstname.lastname@example.org
by 1 May 2015.
Past Forum interviews
Forum includes interviews with leading figures in the field. Past interviewees have included:
Jan Muehlfeit – Chairman of Microsoft Europe Corporation
Jane Knight – adjunct professor and thought leader in international education
Sebastiaan den Bak – Dutch policy advisor and European Parliament candidate
Jack Uldrich – global futurist and best-selling author
Caroline Casey – social entrepreneur who put Ireland on the accessibility map
Christian Stadil – owner of leading sports and fashion brand Hummel
Leymah Gbowee – Nobel Peace laureate and Liberian peace activist
Jo Ritzen – longest serving (former) Dutch Minister for Education and former president of the World Bank
Emmanuel Davidenkoff – Directeur de la rédaction de l'Etudiant
Robert Swan – polar explorer, environmental leader
Noam Chomsky – American linguist, philosopher, cognitive scientist, historian, and activist.