The EAIE Academy in the city takes place twice a year, in spring and autumn, every time in a different city in Europe. The event offers a set of in-depth courses in one week, giving participants the possibility to tailor their own schedule. Contact us if your institution is interested in hosting an Academy.
Autumn Academy in Venice, Italy
16–20 November 2015
The 2015 Autumn Academy was hosted by the Ca’ Foscari University and brought together more than 170 participants. The training featured 13 comprehensive courses, among which: 'The fundamentals of building a strategic internationalisation plan', 'Advising international students: building intercultural competence', 'Change management in international higher education', 'International admissions and recruitment: detecting fraud' and more.
Spring Academy in Riga, Latvia
20–24 April 2015
The 2015 Spring Academy took place at the Riga International School of Economics and Business Administration (RISEBA). The training featured 9 courses on topics such as cultural learning, alumni relations, international student recruitment, summer schools, international strategic enrollment management, joint and double degrees, admissions and more.
Autumn Academy in Budapest, Hungary
17–21 November 2014
The 2014 Autumn EAIE Academy was hosted by Budapest Business School. The training featured 11 courses, among which: 'How to market your institution through student-generated digital content', 'Managing an international office today', 'Strategic internationalisation for business schools', 'Developing university strategies for internationalisation in a global context', 'Survival tools for joint doctoral programme planning and administration' and more.
Spring Academy in The Hague, the Netherlands
7–11 April 2014
The 2014 Spring Academy took place at The Hague University of Applied Sciences and gathered more than 150 higher education professionals from over 20 countries. The programme featured 10 courses on topics such as benchmarking, cultural learning, joint and double degrees, digital marketing, strategic internationalisation planning, admissions and more.
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Autumn Academy 2013, Tallinn, Estonia
Date: 18–22 November 2013
The 2013 Autumn EAIE Academy was hosted by Tallinn University. The training featured 8 courses, among which: 'How to optimise and maintain an international website', 'Managing an international office today', 'How to overcome the challenges of foreign credential evaluation', 'Developing and managing strategic international partnerships', 'Creating effective promotional materials in English' and more.
Spring Academy 2013, Birmingham, UK
Date: 15–19 April 2013
The 2013 Spring Academy took place at the University of Birminghamand gathered more than 130 higher education professionals from over 20 countries. The programme featured 10 courses on topics such as benchmarking, crisis management, cultural learning, joint and double degrees, digital marketing, mental health of international students, summer schools and strategic international partnerships.
Autumn Academy 2012, Porto, Portugal
Date: 19–23 November 2012
The 2012 Autumn Academy was hosted by University Fernando Pessoain Porto. The event brought together more than 150 higher education professionals and offered courses on topics such as internationalisation at home, strategic international planning, website optimisation, foreign credential evaluation, international student recruitment, international master degree admissions and more.
Spring Academy 2012, Gothenburg, Sweden
Date: 23–27 April 2012
The second Academy took place at the University of Gothenburg and gathered around 150 participants from more than 20 countries. The programme featured eight courses on topics such as benchmarking, online marketing and recruitment, student support, summer schools, double degrees, crisis management and teaching.
Autumn Academy 2011, Valencia, Spain
Date: 14–18 November 2011
The first Academy was held at Universitat Politécnica de Valencia and comprised eight training courses on subject matters such as managing international offices, cultural learning in education abroad, internationalisation at home, international marketing, evaluating foreign credentials and intercultural competency.