4 April, 10-3.00 in Room 2.22 the Research Beehive
You are invited to a seminar on 4 April, 10-3.00 in the Research Beehive. The seminar will be led by Sue Robson and Alina Schartner from the Teaching and Learning in HE Research Group in ECLS, and Professor Marilia Morosini and colleagues from PUCRS
The seminar will address the following key questions:
- In an era of globalisation, how can HE institutions maximise opportunities to provide an internationalised university experience for home and international students from all socio-economic backgrounds?
- How can HE internationalisation be conceptualised in educational, social, cultural and experiential rather than economic terms?
- How can HE institutions promote a high quality, equitable and global learning experience for all students, including the non-mobile majority?
The seminar theme will allow participants from NU and PUCRS to analyse and critique existing conceptualisations of HE internationalisation at individual and institutional levels, leading to fresh perspectives on pedagogy, curriculum and international graduate competences. The seminar is intended be the first step towards the formation of a joint UK-Brazil research and practice network on inclusive and values-based HE internationalisation. They will act as a forum for multidisciplinary dialogue and help to identify network partners and themes of mutual interest for collaborative enquiry.
To register for the seminar, please email Kate.Dixon@ncl.ac.uk