As internationalisation of higher education has become increasingly complex and far reaching over the past years, EAIE (European Association for International Education) unveiled a project to undertake comprehensive research to map the state of internationalisation in Europe. In particular, the study will focus on the current state of affairs regarding internationalisation in the European Higher Education Area (EHEA), the key developments and challenges in the field and the skills requirements and specific needs of staff involved in international education. The study will provide analysis on both a national/regional level and European level.
The survey aims to provide a chance to share experiences, not only strengthening the knowledge base for policy makers but also addressing the performance and skills of people in their day-to-day work in internationalisation. In the midst of a constantly evolving international education field, the survey is expected to provide essential insights to all those organisations working to assist those practitioners directly involved in international education.
Invite to all faculty to participate in the e-survey, which will be available online from 13 March until 22 April.
The face of internationalisation in Europe: brand new EAIE study unveiled