Inclusive internationalisation: study abroad for students with disabilities

  • Fee
    Free download
  • Topic(s)
    • Mobility
    • Student experience

What you’ll learn

Release date: 22 June 2016

As students with disabilities pursue higher education at increasing rates, universities are scrambling to figure out how best to attract and include them in study abroad opportunities. This webinar breaks down the process – step-by-step – of designing, implementing and managing inclusive international mobility programmes. You’ll get practical guidance on everything from finances and supplementary student funding to the various legal, ethical and cultural issues at play. You’ll also learn how to identify and meet the specific needs of students with a range of physical, intellectual and developmental disabilities. This webinar is your chance to bring your institution to the cutting edge of inclusive education and internationalisation!  

  • Discover how to motivate students with disabilities to study abroad at your institution.
  • Gain insight into the latest inclusive pedagogical theories and international developments, including the Universal Design for Learning.
  • Come away with a toolkit of useful strategies and a valuable network of resources and contacts.

How to get the most out of this webinar

The webinar is an indispensible guide for anyone interested in the intersection of inclusive education and internationalisation, particularly international relations officers, administrators, policy makers, Erasmus coordinators and diversity officers. It is also a great overview for all professional staff involved in managing international programmes and/or providing support to international students.


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