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Title: Internationalisation at Home in a Global Perspective: A Critical Survey of the 3rd Global Survey Report of IAU
Authors: Beelen, Jos
Keywords: Internationalisation at Home
internationalisation of the curriculum
Global Survey
obstacles to internationalisation
Issue Date: 12-Jul-2011
Publisher: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya
Type: Article
Citation: Beelen, Jos (2011). "Internationalisation at Home in a Global Perspective: A Critical Survey of the 3rd Global Survey Report of IAU". RUSC. Revista de Universidad y Sociedad del Conocimiento, 2011, Vol. 8, num 2
Abstract: This article takes the 3rd Global Survey Report of the International Association of Universities (IAU) as a starting point. The results of this worldwide survey were published in September 2010. The article discusses four questions from the survey that include Internationalisation at Home (IaH) and internationalisation of the curriculum as response items. Outcomes of these four questions are commented on and, where relevant and possible, compared to the results of the previous survey, which was conducted in 2005 and published in 2006. It is argued that the sections of the Global Survey that mention internationalisation of the curriculum and IaH use terminology that is not always adequate for the purpose and at times even seems contradictory. The Global Survey includes a question on internal obstacles to internationalisation, which will also be discussed here. These obstacles include the lack of engagement and limited expertise of academic staff in relation to the internationalisation process. The response items for this question do not connect these obstacles to internationalisation of the curriculum explicitly, but it is argued here that a relationship indeed exists. The same is true for issues around foreign language proficiency, which may have a strong impact on internationalisation of the home curriculum. In the conclusion, several additional questions are raised that could serve to get a clearer picture of the development of internationalisation of the curriculum in a global perspective.
Description: Peer reviewed
Language: eng
Appears in Collections:2011, vol. 8, n. 2

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