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.
Winter Forum 2014
Theme: Ethics in international education
Equal access to international higher education is essential for the personal development of global citizens and for ensuring prosperous and peaceful societies. Providing international education comes with a responsibility towards individuals and the needs of home and host societies alike. As international education grows, its adverse ethical effects such as brain-drain, low quality education and breach of academic freedom have been much discussed, raising questions on the justification of tuition fees, the global effects of attracting talented students from abroad and the right to high quality education.
The winter issue of Forum magazine will explore the theme in greater detail. We are looking for articles on a variety of topics including:
- Merit-based vs financial means-based access to international education
- Recruitment practices and scholarships
- Academic freedom
- Brain-drain and brain-circulation
- Rights of international students and staff
- Fraud (plagiarism, diploma mills)
- Needs of home and host societies
- Cultural values and biases
Past Forum interviews
Forum includes interviews with leading figures in the field. Past interviewees have included:
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.