Pages tagged EAIE
Inclusivity | Blog Entry by Vicky Lewis
The European Association for International Education (EAIE) annual conference took place in Seville from 12-15 September. For me (and many others), there was one key theme that ran through the conference: inclusivity.
The Strategy & Management Expert Community asked participants in their Feature Session on the Wednesday morning to give a one-word response to the question ‘what will be future trends in society and internationalisation in your opinion?’. A word cloud was generat... View Page
International Partnership Development | Blog Entry by Vicky Lewis
This year I’ve been involved in delivering or co-delivering a number of training courses on some aspect of international partnerships. Participants have worked in a variety of national and institutional environments.
Running these courses reinforced my view that many of us are grappling with similar challenges, whatever our work context.
Things like making sure that international partnerships contribute positively to broader institutional strategies; securing internal buy-in and comm... View Page
Strategic International Partnerships | Blog Entry by Vicky Lewis
In my last blog post, I wrote about Transnational Education Partnerships as a growth area. They are, of course, just one type of international partnership in which higher education institutions engage.
Beyond collaborative programme delivery, partnerships can be developed to foster research activity, facilitate student exchange, provide staff development opportunities, boost knowledge transfer, build institutional capacity, improve funding prospects, strengthen global positioning and more.
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A Journey Through Time and Space | Blog Entry by Vicky Lewis
The theme of the European Association for International Education’s (EAIE) most recent Forum magazine is ‘The New International Officer’. It includes a range of great articles about the challenges for higher education international officers now and in the future, and the attributes, knowledge and skills that professionals in this area of work need.
I contributed an article to the magazine, entitled ‘A Journey Through Time and Space’, which looks at changes in the... View Page
New EAIE Pathways to Practice Guide | Blog Entry by Vicky Lewis
I was asked by the European Association for International Education (EAIE) to develop the first of their Pathways to Practice e-guides.
This new series of practical guides is designed to be a 'practitioner's toolkit'.
This first guide has two purposes:
To help practitioners to argue the case for a strategic marketing-based approach to international student recruitment.
To guide them through the process of creating a robust international marketing and student recruitment... View Page
Branch Campus Development - Marketing Expertise Required | Blog Entry by Vicky Lewis
Following on from the webinar I gave in June on The Proper Role of Marketing in Overseas Campus Development (see Resources page of this site), here's a PDF copy of an article of mine (entitled: Branch Campus Development - Marketing expertise required) which has just been published in the Summer 2014 edition of the European Association for International Education's (EAIE) Forum magazine.
International branch campuses can succeed or fail depending on whether they enrol enough studen... View Page
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