Building global citizens: university strategies in Australia and New Zealand 27 Mar 2019 15:20 16:20

Building global citizens: university strategies in Australia and New Zealand 27 Mar 2019 15:20 16:20

Mr Edward Holroyd-Pearce Presenter
Ms Ainslie Moore Presenter

MOBILITY AND DIVERSITY : DEVELOPING GLOBAL CITIZENS

Building global citizens: university strategies in Australia and New Zealand

ABSTRACT:
This session presents an overview of opportunities, models and best practice pertaining to international education programs for students enrolled in universities in Australia and New Zealand partaking in programs in the wider Asia Pacific region. Beyond models and opportunities, this session seeks to analyze the meaning of an inclusive global citizenry, and discuss strategies for fostering and implementing programs in this pursuit within the context of Australian and New Zealand universities. Keeping in mind an overarching need to build sustainable and inclusive programs with inclusive funding models, the sessions plays particular attention to existing frameworks for funding programs from the university and governmental levels, as well as strategies for promoting and creating inclusive programs. This session presents case studies for implementing new programs within the Asia Pacific region and discusses plans of action for program creation, promotion, and assessment. Finally, this session will discuss the role and importance of engaging international students enrolled in universities within the Asia-Pacific, and leveraging opportunities for continued learning and engagement with program returnees on campus.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

  1. Understand international education programming opportunities for students currently enrolled in the Australia and New Zealand university system: Attendees will understand current trends, future trajectories, and case study examples for the types of programs available and popular within the context of short-term transnational education abroad programs.

  2. Understand funding opportunities for students in Australia and New Zealand to partake in international education programming within the Asia Pacific: With a focus on facilitating inclusive programming, attendees will understand funding opportunities at the governmental and university level for short-term transnational education programming within the Asia Pacific region.

  3. Develop a strategy for implementing new programming opportunities on campus: Attendees will acquire new ideas and plans of action for developing programs that promote inclusive engagement for students in Australia and New Zealand to engage in short-term programming in the wider Asia Pacific region. Implementation strategies include extensive and insightful knowledge.

  4. Develop strategies for engaging and developing global learning competencies for international students as well as international education programming returnees on campus in Australia and New Zealand: Attendees will review case studies and discuss strategies for engaging, supporting, and developing global learning competencies for international students studying in Australia and New Zealand.

 

PRESENTERS:

Ms Ainslie Moore
Deputy Director, International Operations,
University of Auckland, New Zealand

Ainslie has over 15 years’ experience in international education roles in universities, government, peak bodies and agencies across Australia, the United States and New Zealand.

Mr Edward Holroyd-Pearce 
Co-founder & CMO,
CRCC Asia,
United Kingdom

A lifelong student of and advocate for Asia, Ed founded CRCC Asia to facilitate engagement between Asia and students worldwide. Ed oversees a team spread across APAC, UK, and USA, facilitating global internships for 8,200+ students since 2006. CRCC Asia partners with 65+ university and governmental bodies worldwide.

Room 308 & 309