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  • English or perish? - Blog | EAIE

    Home Blog & podcast English or perish? Curriculum & Teaching By Esko Koponen, Jennifer Valcke English as a Medium of Instruction (EMI) is a rapidly growing phenomenon and one that most non-English speaking institutions are facing at the current moment. Higher education institutions (HEIs) worldwide are in a state of transition, whereby language landscapes are changing and the stakes are high. But how are HEIs coping with this phenomenon, and are they managing it responsibly? EMI: no end in sight...

  • How can we serve you better? - Blog | EAIE

    Home Blog & podcast How can we serve you better? EAIE News By Leonard Engel How can the EAIE best support you in achieving your goals? What products and services do you need? The EAIE is currently conducting a comprehensive survey to find out how we can better serve professionals like you. Your input will help to ensure that the EAIE continues to add value to the international higher education community. In return, we will offer you a chance to win a fee waiver to EAIE Seville 2017. It’s a win-w...

  • What is mainstreaming internationalisation? - Blog | EAIE

    Home Blog & podcast What is mainstreaming internationalisation? Policy & Strategy By Leasa Weimer When discussing international education in Europe, you will likely hear the concept ‘mainstreaming internationalisation’. Is this just another buzzword? At times it’s referred to as an undesirable force that may lead to internationalisation being reduced to yet another higher education activity. Other times, it’s seen in a positive light as it leads to integrated approaches where people at all level...

  • Learning from Flanders’ inclusive mobility roadmap - Blog | EAIE

    Home Blog & podcast Learning from Flanders’ inclusive mobility roadmap Strategic networks, Mobility By Valérie Van Hees, Dominique Montagnese Exchange 2021 As part of the EAIE 2021 Conversation Starter series, this essay continues our exploration of taking braver and bolder steps forward in international education. The third essay in the series gives a detailed look at the Flemish approach to widening participation of underrepresented groups in mobility programmes. Read about the tools created a...

  • Indigenising internationalisation: intersecting the global and local - Blog | EAIE

    Home Blog & podcast Indigenising internationalisation: intersecting the global and local Curriculum & Teaching By Kyra Garson Like many who study international education, I was pleased when 2015 brought us updated definitions of internationalisation, internationalisation at home and of the curriculum. i, ii, iii I then began to realise that, although these revised definitions attempt to more explicitly connect internationalisation efforts with educational and societal outcomes, they may not be s...

  • The surprising leaders of international student mobility - Blog | EAIE

    Home Blog & podcast The surprising leaders of international student mobility Policy & Strategy, Mobility By Laura Hilger, Christabel Downing Over the past three decades, international higher education (IHE) has become an important focus in national and institutional strategies. Encompassing a range of activities like mobility, collaborative research and transnational education, it has increased competition within the sector, now amplified in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic. Within this cont...

  • Internationalisation with integrity: modelling a new approach - Blog | EAIE

    Home Blog & podcast Internationalisation with integrity: modelling a new approach Policy & Strategy By Ayse Inan et al The field of internationalisation of higher education (IHE) is in an incredibly valuable, yet mostly under-appreciated, under-paid and overwhelmed profession. So, why are we here? This question has been posed to countless colleagues over the years, and the most common answer comes down to a beautiful hope: that education, particularly an internationalised education, will equip f...

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