17 January 2020

Global engagement - tie-in between institutional and national strategies


In a recent chapter in Ireland's Yearbook of Education 2019-2020, I argue for a closer connection between the global engagement strategies pursued by universities and those put forward by national governments.

Noting that universities have increasingly shifted their international strategies to a broad focus on global engagement (rather than a narrower focus on certain aspects of student mobility), it is interesting to interrogate whether the international education strategies adopted by national governments have followed suit.

Unsurprisingly, governments and institutions tend to approach internationalisation (or global engagement) in different ways, and for different ends, leading to clear gaps between institutional and national strategies.

Read the full chapter at https://educationmatters.ie/irelands-yearbook-of-education-2019-2020/higher-education/global-engagement-offers-new-opportunities-for-ireland/

9 October 2019

Recognition as IEAA Senior Fellow

IEAA Fellowship is a new professional credential that recognises and rewards IEAA members for their education, experience and engagement in international education - https://www.ieaa.org.au/professional-learning/fellowship

Based on my work in international education in France, Australia and Ireland, I'm delighted to have been recognised as an IEAA Senior Fellow:


23 July 2019

“Bracing for Brexit” - EAIE Forum magazine editorial

"Bracing for Brexit", the latest edition of @theEAIE Forum magazine, investigates what Brexit might mean for international education in Europe - read my editorial now online

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