Assessing internationalised learning outcomes

What you’ll learn

The assessment of international and intercultural learning at many institutions is plagued by questions. What knowledge, skills and attitudes should graduates have, how can these be captured in measurable outcomes, and how should these outcomes be assessed? In this course you’ll work on actual cases from your and other participants’ institutions to practice articulating learning outcomes at the level of modules and programmes, designing assessment strategies and constructing ways of supporting academic staff in the assessment of international and intercultural learning.

  • Learn how to demonstrate the international and intercultural dimensions of a study programme
  • Derive learning outcomes at module level from desired programme outcomes
  • Skilfully structure international and intercultural learning for specific outcomes
  • Design strategies for formative and summative assessment

How to get the most out of this course

If you’d like to participate in this course, you should have previous experience in one or more of the following: developing international policy, a working knowledge of curriculum development, and a high-level role in internationalisation or quality assurance. Whether a policy adviser, international officer, faculty member or curriculum developer, you’ll work in this course on the basis of the specific role that you have in your organisation. Consider to come with one or (maximum two) colleagues to be able to discuss what the outcomes of the training mean for your university.