Education Research Seminars
School of Education, Communication and Language Sciences
Tuesday 17th April 2018
Location: KGVI Howden Room, 1-2.30 p.m.
Dr Joana Almeida and Professor Sue Robson
Higher education internationalisation is more than mobility – if universities are to become truly ‘international’, they have to start ‘at home’. This is the motto of Developing Innovative Approaches and Tools for Internationalisation at Home (ATIAH), an Erasmus+ project between three European universities: Newcastle University (Coordinating institution), University of Bologna (Italy) and KU Leuven (Belgium). Continue reading “Approaches and tools for Internationalisation at home in higher education”
4 April, 10-3.00pm in Room 2.22 the Research Beehive
You are invited to a seminar on 4 April, 10-3.00pm 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?
Continue reading “Event: Internationalisation of higher education: perspectives from Brazil and the UK”