Edition 205 - May 2018

Making a puzzle in Brussels on 11 June 2018

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

At a time when the value of internationalisation of higher education is being widely contested in many parts of the world and when proving the impact of internationalisation seems more pressing than ever, the next ACA seminar comes to provide some solutions to these important challenges. Under the title The impact of internationalisation – putting together the puzzle, the event will bring to Brussels on 11 June 2018 a host of 24 high-level experts to look into this salient matter. 

The programme is built to facilitate an honest and informed discussion on impact assessment at different levels – European, national, institutional, and individual and of different international education activities: 

  • Student and staff mobility
  • Strategic partnerships and joint programmes
  • Scholarship programmes 
  • Internationalisation at home and internationalisation of the curriculum
  • System-level assessment methodologies and indicators

The speakers will help take stock of the existing body of knowledge, data and other evidence on internationalisation of higher education. This would help to actively discuss and then conclude on what kind of impact-related questions can be answered with certainty, as well as to identity remaining gaps, to be filled by relevant research and data collection. 

With the event taking place in just 10 days, there are only a few open seats left. To register, please go to the event’s page.

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