Global and Local Internationalization


Offering a range of perspectives on internationalization in higher education from a globally dispersed group of authors, this book reflects the many facets of the theme. It reminds us that, while internationalization is strongly connected to the globalization of society, at the same time it is deeply embedded in local political, economic and social structures, systems and cultures.
The increasing attention given to internationalization by institutions all around the world is leading to diversification and broadening of practice. This in turn deepens our understanding of what is needed to enhance the educational experiences of students, and how the outcomes of internationalization contribute to the skills needed in a globalized and multicultural society. Yet inevitably the impact is becoming more noticeable locally and the six sections of the book focus on these dimensions:
Internationalization in Local and Global Contexts
Local and Global Drivers for Change
Global and Local Dimensions of Curriculum Internationalization
The Outcomes of Local and Global International Education
Internationalization for Local and Global Employability
Regional and National Cases of Local and Global Internationalization
How can we define more precise learning outcomes that underpin learning and teaching? How do we avoid the societal risks of internationalization and ensure that internationalization opportunities and benefits are shared equally? How do we prevent brain drain and commercialization? What are the values that underlie our actions? These are just some of the questions that will occupy our minds, locally and globally, in the years to come and which this book seeks to highlight.

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Misconceptions about (the End of) Internationalisation
The Current State of Play
Pages: 15–20
Global at Home
Internationalisation at Home in the 4th Global Survey
Pages: 55–65
Nautical Musings on Local and Global Innovation and Change
The Disruptive Pedagogy of Coil
By: Jon Rubin
Pages: 75–79
From Rationale to Reality in Intercultural Competence Development
Working towards the University’s Organizational Capability to Deliver
Pages: 91–96
The Intercultural Competences Learning Lab
A Training Initiative for Intercultural Competences Development of Faculty as a Precondition for Intercultural Competences Development of Students
Pages: 97–104
Mobility Matters
The Erasmus Impact Study
Pages: 117–120
Internationalisation and Employability
Making the Connection between Degree and the World of Work
Pages: 121–127
Internationalisation at Home
Dutch Higher Education Policies
Pages: 149–154
Italian Higher Education Reform
Great Potential for Internationalisation but Issues in Implementation
Pages: 155–161
Final Reflections
Pages: 167–169
Educational Researchers and their students
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