Elisabeth Brunner-Sobanski

FH Campus Wien University of Applied Sciences, Austria
Elisabeth Brunner-Sobanski

I have been working in international education for more than ten years focusing on strategic counselling, international networks and curriculum internationalisation. Currently I am the head of the International Office at the University of Applied Sciences Campus Vienna. I am strongly involved in the field of internationalisation at home and have gained in-depth expertise in supporting academics in internationalising their curricula. Over the past years, I have served as a Steering group member and Vice-Chair of the EAIE Expert Community Internationalisation at Home and facilitated workshops at national and EAIE Conferences. I played a key role in delivering the recent EAIE Webinar on internationalisation at home practices. I strongly believe that internationalisation at home creates equal opportunities for international and intercultural learning for all students and helps us to prepare them for an increasingly globalised world. My main goals are to foster the dialogue and exchange of expertise within our community and to develop strategies to further enhance internationalisation at home at our institutions. It would be an honour for me to use my experience as a reviewer, speaker and Chair as well as an experienced and passionate practitioner to serve the EAIE and its members and to support them in further developing and shaping this field.

Elizabeth Brunnerā€Sobanski received 111 votes.