Developing a strategic internationalisation plan: mastering the fundamentals

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  • Topics
    • Leadership & strategy

What you’ll learn

In this course, you’ll be guided through the entire process of designing and implementing a successful strategic internationalisation plan for your institution. You’ll learn the steps to take for each phase of strategic planning, the pitfalls to avoid and the key stakeholders to involve. You’ll also learn how to diagnose your institutional needs and will consider how important communication is to each stage of the strategic planning process. You’ll draw lessons from relevant case studies and a range of hands-on exercises; and you will also reflect on how to monitor and evaluate your institution’s progress. It’s strategic planning made practicable, and by the end you’ll be ready to take action upon returning to your’ll be guided through the entire process of creating and implementing a successful strategic internationalisation plan at your institution. 

  • Begin working on your institution’s strategic internationalisation plan
  • Link your institution’s vision with concrete actions, objectives and desired results
  • Gain the practical knowledge you need to advise leaders

How to get the most out of this course

Whether your work involves developing an internationalisation strategy in your unit/office or drafting your institution’s first internationalisation plan, this course will give you the practical knowledge and tools you need to advise leadership, engage key stakeholders and begin to develop a plan tailored to your needs. 


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