Internationalisation at Home


Internationalisation at home touches upon everything – from the academic curriculum, to the interactions between local students and international students and faculty, to the cultivation of internationally-focused research topics, to innovative uses for digital technology. Most importantly, it focuses on all students reaping the benefits of international higher education, not just those who are mobile. Join the Expert Community Internationalisation at Home, a network of individuals ensuring that research and practice contribute to the development of international competences in all students, to share ideas and experiences.

Postcards from the field

The Internationalisation at Home Steering group members launched a new initiative: 'Postcards from the field'. Its aim is to foster our community of practice, in which we solve problems, build arguments, map knowledge and contribute to the dialogue about Internationalisation at Home. Join the discussion and let us know what is happening at your home institution!

Explore this topic further

What does 'internationalisation at home' really mean? Learn about the ten key features of the approach and what they look like in practice on our blog.