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Czech Republic: MICHE national level report

The report “Institutional Level Recommendations for Enhancing Internationalisation in the Czech Republic” was released at the end of February 2021 under the framework of the Monitoring Internationalisation of Czech Higher Education (MICHE) project, the latter funded by the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport (MEYS) and the Czech National Agency for International Education and Research (DZS).

Since the inception of MICHE in autumn 2018, a team of international higher education experts formed of Daniel Casten (International Higher Education Consultant, Czech Republic), Gábor Dobos (Tempus Public Foundation,  Hungary), Irina Ferencz (Academic Cooperation Association, Belgium), and Christopher Medalis (School for International Training, USA) has visited 12 Czech universities. The monitoring consisted of a multi-stage process including self-evaluation, expert visits and interviews, the articulation of action plans, consultations and feedback loops, and national and institutional level reports and recommendations.

This report contains a consolidated summary of the experts’ findings, major points, and trends which are common to the majority of the involved universities, as well as issues which hold national significance and implications. The report identifies eight main areas of focus for Czech universities’ internationalisation and offers solutions and recommendations at the national and institutional levels.