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Internationalising Higher Education Framework / Gavin, Bunting

Swansea University Author: Gavin, Bunting

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This strategic framework focuses on how the Higher Education (HE) sector can prepare 21st century graduates to live in and contribute responsibly to a globally interconnected society. Internationalisation is of growing importance to HE, driven by political, economic, educational, social and technolo...

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Published: York Higher Education Academy 2014
Online Access: https://www.heacademy.ac.uk/sites/default/files/resources/InternationalisingHEframeworkFinal.pdf
URI: https://cronfa.swan.ac.uk/Record/cronfa20724
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Abstract: This strategic framework focuses on how the Higher Education (HE) sector can prepare 21st century graduates to live in and contribute responsibly to a globally interconnected society. Internationalisation is of growing importance to HE, driven by political, economic, educational, social and technological advances. This is apparent in the diversification of provision, with the content, mode and place of learning and teaching continually evolving. The vision driving the framework is to promote a high quality, equitable and global learning experience for all students studying UK programmes, irrespective of their geographical location or background, on which the preparedness of 21st century graduates will be contingent.
Keywords: Internationalisation, Higher Education, Curriculum, Curriculum design, Curriculum development, Global citizenship, Interculturalism, Internationalising the curriculum, Transnational education, Students, International students
College: College of Engineering