Internationalising HE is a transformative and continual process of sector-wide concern. Learning, teaching and research, and the interconnections between them are centrally important.
Promoting a high quality, equitable and global learning experience can help prepare graduates to live in and contribute responsibly to a globally interconnected society. Everyone within HE can make a valuable contribution to the process of internationalisation, working in collaboration as an international academic community. Individuals bring a plurality of identities, cultures, languages and experiences that can enrich and enhance learning, teaching and research. Thus, responsibility for internationalising HE is shared among organisations, individuals and curriculum.
Advance HE framework for internationalising higher education
Our framework for internationalising higher education is an integral part of the Advance HE Student Success Framework Series. Developed with the sector for the sector, the series covers key thematic priorities that impact upon the quality of teaching and learning in HE. Advance HE frameworks provide a shared point of reference and common language to shape and review policy, process and practice in order to enhance student success.
Has your school, faculty or institution identified this as a key strategic priority?
The Advance HE, through it's four step process: conceptualising; planning and preparation; implementation, delivery and monitoring, and; completion and closure; can help you to:
- Identify areas of strength and areas for improvement
- Deliver solutions-based change aimed at tackling your issues
- Review the success of any initiatives against KPIs and global frameworks
Key Advance HE Research
- Internationalising the curriculum: a developmental resource for initiating transformational change
- Understanding unintentional plagiarism and international students' approaches to academic reading
- Enhancing student learning and teacher development in transnational education
- Going mobile: Internationalisation, mobility and the European higher education area
Guidance and teaching resources
- Internationalising higher education tools
- Internationalising the social work curriculum
- International Student Lifecycle
- Engaging home and international students: a guide for new lecturers
- Ten tips for teaching international students
- The Teaching International Students Project
- Transnational education and employability development