Projects and Advocacy
The EAIE is involved in multiple projects and advocacy efforts within the international higher education community. It is our aim to represent the interests of our members and partner organisations to further the internationalisation of higher education through effective research, agreements and collaborations.
Period: Spring 2017–Autumn 2018
The EAIE Barometer is the only study to map the state of internationalisation in Europe, as viewed by practitioners directly involved in the internationalisation of their institutions.
Global Dialogue Declaration
Period: January 2014–Present
The EAIE and other organisations attending the Global Dialogue meeting, hosted by the IEASA, declared commitment to developing inclusive and ethical internationalisation activities.
International Student Mobility Charter
Period: September 2012–Present
The Charter calls for institutions, regions and governments to facilitate student mobility. Moreover, it asks that they seek to guarantee that students feel protected while studying abroad.
EU project MIMI
Period: December 2013–Present
The EU project Modernisation of Institutional Management of Internationalisation in South Neighbouring Countries (MIMI), aims at assessing the degree of internationalisation in participating universities in the Southern Neighbouring Area, followed by the development of an Internationalisation Management Model.
Period: September 2016–September 2019
The Systemic University Change Towards Internationalisation (SUCTI) project aims at empowering administrators to be agents of internationalisation at their higher education institutions (HEIs). The project will map out existing in-house training provisions for internationalisation, and develop a training programme that can be replicated throughout Europe.
Period: September 2016–August 2019
The EAIE is an Associate partner of the Erasmus+ project Strategic Partnership to Promote Core Academic Values and Welcome Refugees and Threatened Academics to European Campuses (Academic Refuge). In this project, the partner organisations aim to collectively create tools that will serve to encourage higher education institutions to defend academic freedom and values and provide them with the information necessary to host at-risk scholars.