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Internationalising learning outcomes: still an obstacle to internationalisation

Academics are still finding it difficult to internationalise their learning outcomes. In this video, filmed during the Coronavirus pandemic, CHEI Alumnus Jos Beelen notes the enduring relevance of his PhD topic - enablers and obstacles to internationalisation of the curriculum. Jos is Professor of Global Learning at The Hague University of Applied Sciences in the Netherlands.

 

Transnational partnerships in higher education in China

Catherine Montgomery, expert in internationalisation in higher education, talks about transnational partnerships in higher education in China, focusing on the complexities and inequalities that emerge in an elitist globalized world. Catherine is a Professor of Education at the University of Bath, UK. She is also Deputy Editor of the Journal of Education for Teaching.

Inequity in access to cross-border higher education

Christopher Ziguras talking about inequity in access to cross-border higher education on the occasion of the CHEI PhD Research Seminar in September 2016. Chris is President of the International Education Association of Australia and Deputy Dean, International in the School of Global, Urban and Social Studies at RMIT University, Australia.

Internationalisation of the curriculum

CHEI Director, Amanda Murphy, talks to Betty Leask, about internationalisation of the curriculum as part of the process of higher education internationalisation. Betty is PVC of La Trobe University, Melbourne, and member of the CHEI Scientitic Committee.

Comprehensive internationalisation in higher education

CHEI Director, Amanda Murphy, talks to John Hudzik, Michigan State University and Chair of CHEI Scientific Committee, about comprehensive internationalisation of higher education.