Different Perspectives on Measuring Internationalisation

The conference presented multiple facets of measuring internationalisation, showed existing tools for measuring and evaluating internationalisation, disseminated results of different international projects and shared good practices of institutions actively involved in this area.The conference programme included high-profile plenary lectures, panel discussions, workshops and special interactive sessions. The conference took place over two days. Presentations covered diverse topics, ranging from the EU perspective on measuring internationalisation, the political implications of the measuring exercise inside and outside of Higher Education Institutions and the relation of measuring internationalisation in global rankings to more practically oriented issues, such as the development and use of indicators and tools.

 

DATUM

27-28 November 2014

 

ORT

Scandic Hotel Berlin, Gabriele-Tergit-Promenade 19, 10963 Berlin

Programme 27 November 2014
12:00-13:00 Registration and finger food lunch
13:00-13:15 fileadmin/pdf/Fehler404.pdfIntroduction to conference topic
Dana Petrova, CHE Consult
13:15-14:00 ERASMUS+ - boosting skills and employability
Runa Vigdis Gudmarsdottir, DC EAC, European Commission
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14:00-14:45The JANUS-head of measuring internationalisation: chances and risks attached
Hans de Wit, Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences
14:45-15:15 Coffee Break
15:15-16:00  How internationalisation could enter global rankings: the case of U-Multirank
Frank Ziegele, CHE
16:00-16:45

Lessons learned from projects measuring internationalization: EIS and IMPI
Uwe Brandenburg, CHE Consult

16:45-18:00What to measure and how?
Gallery walk and preparation for working groups
18:30-20:00Joint dinner in hotel restaurant
20:00-23:00Get together event in hotel foyer/bar
Programme 28 November 2014
09:00-10:30 Institutional practices with measuring internationalisation: 3 case studies
Gesa Heym-Halayqa, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany
Piri Hiltunen, Tampere University of Applied Sciences, Finland
Juan Perez-Miranda, Universidad Francisco de Vitoria, Spain
10:30-11:30 memo tool: Measuring Exchange Mobility Outcomes
Dana Petrova and Anna Gehlke, CHE Consult
11:30-12:00 Coffee Break
12:00-13:00  Working groups discussing different internationalisation goals dimensions
13:00-13:30Looking back and moving forward: accountability will haunt us
Wedigo de Vivanco, De Vivanco Consulting International
13:30-14:00Farewell

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