New approaches to the internationalisation of higher education

Advice on how to deliver internationalised programmes and collaborations in a changing global environment

Advice on how to deliver internationalised higher education in a changing global environment

In an increasingly connected world, the need to set all learning within a global context is more important than ever. But the advancement of technology and the global pandemic has meant that how universities communicate and collaborate is changing. From transnational education to student mobility, international research connections and virtual exchanges, existing models of international education are evolving and new practices are emerging. This collection of resources is a snapshot of how some of the leading approaches are responding to an ever-changing environment.

The dos and don’ts for setting up an international campus

Tobias Kliem offers insight on what to prioritise and what to avoid when setting up a branch campus overseas

Tobias Kliem

Arden University