Poster 125

How to embrace global citizenship in your study programme without causing quality assurance problems

  • Wednesday 27 Sept
  • Level 2, Level 2, Rotterdam Ahoy

While including intercultural and international aspects in a curriculum can undoubtedly help to improve the quality of study programmes, it can create various challenges in the area of quality assurance. International collaborations such as Collaborative Online International Learning, virtual exchange and study abroad imply that as an institution, you hand over part of your quality management. This poster looks at the challenges this can present during programme reviews and accreditation.


  • Leadership, strategy and policy
    • Quality assurance
  • Teaching, learning and curriculum
    • Internationalisation of the curriculm


  • Katarina Panic, 
    Artevelde university of Applied Sciences, Belgium
  • Neji Milad, 
    Artevelde University of Applied Sciences, Belgium