Redesigning internationalisation strategies for business schools

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A lot has already been written about the range of consequences that the pandemic has had on business schools and particularly on their internationalisation activities. Travel restrictions and digital delivery continue to impact the ways business schools are providing an international experience to students and participants. Another consequence of the pandemic is that a whole…

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It’s important for business schools to have international links no matter where they call home

Many within business schools appreciate the importance of international connections, Stephanie Mullins – Associate Director at specialist communications consultancy BlueSky Education – and colleague Olivia Nieberg explore some specific examples within the industry.  There are prestigious business schools based all over the world, with beautiful, innovative campuses and large, multi-cultural communities. However, despite many having…

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Call for Chapters: The Internationalisation of Higher Education

You are invited to submit a chapter proposal for a new anthology on the internationalisation of higher education.  Chapter proposals (maximum 1000 words) may be submitted in PDF format directly to John D. Branch at jdbranch@umich.edu, on or before Sunday, 23 May 2021. About the anthology The internationalisation of higher education might be considered as…

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The New International: The end of internationalisation as we know it?

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Internationalisation has been at the heart of business and management education for decades. The ability to collaborate with institutions outside your home country, bring visiting academic staff, send students for exciting exchanges, run summer schools, we have done it all. Internationalisation as we know it has been, so far, mainly defined and measured by the…

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Grenoble Ecole de Management: Bringing diversity and inclusion to the surface – unlocking full potential of teams

Grenoble Ecole de Management on Diversity

By Michelle Mielly and Naida CULSHAW, Professors and Researchers in Intercultural Management and Organizational Behaviour at Grenoble Ecole de Management Are multicultural teams different from other teams? Are team members not all professionals with the same objectives and goals? Such are some of the questions that come up as we uncover the hidden dimensions of…

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On a mission towards internationalisation

The fourth episode of the Quality Assurance Academy presents the HOW TO webinars with Lena Candries, Director International Relations & Development, University of Antwerp, Faculty of Business and Economics, zeroed in on how to build, assess and maintain a strong portfolio of partnerships in the context of internationalisation linked to accreditation. Internationalisation for Lena and…

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FORINT: an internationalisation story

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The FORINT project has worked to develop the internationalisation capacities in Cuba and Panama, and can be a useful model for other regions too. KEY FACTS ABOUT THE PROJECT: Running since 2016 to improve internationalisation in universities in Cuba and Panama. Sessions attended by over 200 stakeholders from 8 universities and the Cuban Ministry of…

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Lifestyle or visas, economies or adventure – discover how country brands drive international student recruitment

When it comes to business education, international is almost taken for granted.  The business school that doesn’t have an international student cohort, that doesn’t include international content in its curricula, that doesn’t have international school partners and that doesn’t have international alumni is likely to struggle. So how does a business school build an international…

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