Key results of the EAIE Barometer: Internationalisation in Europe (Second edition) study 28 Mar 2019 13:00 13:45

Key results of the EAIE Barometer: Internationalisation in Europe (Second edition) study 28 Mar 2019 13:00 13:45

Mr Leonard Engel Presenter
Ms Sabine Pendl Presenter

Key results of the EAIE Barometer: Internationalisation in Europe (Second edition) study 

Overview
This session will provide an overview of key initial results of the EAIE Barometer: Internationalisation in Europe (Second edition)  survey study, which evaluates internationalization of higher education within European HEIs, from the perspective of institutional practitioners. The study was completed by a total of 2317 respondents from 45 European Higher Education Area (EHEA) countries, and 1292 unique higher education institutions – thereby making it the largest and most geographically representative study of its kind ever undertaken in Europe. 

This session will highlight both whole sample and regional level results of some of the key questions asked of respondents, including: institutional goals for pursuing internationalisation; activities prioritized within institutional strategies; key internal and external challenges faced by institutions in their pursuit of internationalisation; institutional management structures for the process and respondent’s reflections on future trends. 

Session objectives
Participants to this session will be able to ‘take away’: 

  • A better understanding of current internationalization policies, as well as related processes and actions, from the perspective of practitioners within higher education institutions in Europe, and how this has changed over time 

  • An enhanced understanding of how internationalization within European regions, and countries within those is understood and acted upon differently 

  • An overview of the key ‘questions to the sector’ raised by an analysis of the data collected through the study 

  • A reflection on the similarities and differences as to how internationalisation is implemented in Europe when compared to their home institution 

Presenters

Mr Leonard Engel
Executive Director, European Association for International Education (EAIE), The Netherlands

Executive Director of the European Association for International Education (EAIE). Experienced manager in higher education and a specialist in internationalisation and student affairs, having worked as a director at Leiden University from 1995 to 2010. Leonard is invited regularly to speak about international higher education, as well as Association management.

Ms Sabine Pendl
President, European Association for International Education (EAIE), The Netherlands

Sabine Pendl is President of the European Association for International Education (EAIE) and Director of the Office of International Relations at the University of Graz, Austria. For more than 25 years she has been active in the field of internationalization as a manager, trainer and author of various articles.

 

Room 302