Workshop 09

Leading and engaging stakeholders in internationalising the curriculum (sold out)

  • Tuesday 12 Sept
  • Madrid A, Level 1, Fibes 2
  • Level: intermediate
  • €150 (€200 for non-members)
  • Related Expert Communities Internationalisation at Home

Internationalisation of the curriculum (IoC), the process by which educational institutions prepare students for living and working in a globalised world, is more evident in policy than in practice at most universities. This workshop combines theoretical perspectives on organisational change with practical insights drawn from a range of disciplines, institutions and countries into how all university staff, regardless of position, can work strategically toward IoC. Short presentations will be combined with discussion, interactive learning and creative problem-solving activities to create a truly practical experience. You will have the opportunity to examine a range of resources and develop an action plan tailored to your own situation.

Learning outcomes

Learn about theories and strategies relevant to IoC as an organisational-change process
Consider and debate examples of good practice for embedding IoC
Develop strategies to recognise enablers and address blockers of IoC
Design a personal action plan to further IoC in your own institution or context


  • Learning, teaching & curriculum


  • Elspeth Jones, 
    Independent, United Kingdom


  • Franka van den Hende, 
    University of Groningen, Netherlands
  • Betty Leask, 
    La Trobe University, Australia