Conference Theme: TRACKING THE NEW PATH IN INTERNATIONALIZATION
continued growth or slowdown in international student mobility and recruitment; government initiatives that impact mobility; institutional initiatives to promote student and staff mobility; transnational education; international collaborations in teaching and research
study abroad, skills and employability; globally-focused student learning outcomes; internationalizing the curriculum; faculty engagement in internationalization; comprehensive internationalization
non-traditional sending and host countries of international students; regional cooperation and harmonization; increased capacity of higher education in some countries; education hubs; internationalization of HE in the Asia-Pacific region
internationalization through technology; virtual academic mobility; collaborative online international learning
We invite colleagues to submit proposals for a "complete panel" or an "individual presentation".
A complete panel includes one chair and two speakers and lasts 45 minutes. A panel proposal should be submitted only once by either the chair or one of the speakers, with the consent of all named to participate. Panel submissions which show regional or country diversity on a given topic are preferred.
Proposals for individual presentations connected to one of the conference subthemes are also welcome. The conference committee will combine related presentations to form a panel and assign a chair.Proposal submission deadline: October 30, 2017
Hear sector leaders share their vision and insights in internationalization of higher education. Listen to researchers of international higher education talk about higher education policy and practice from global, regional and national perspectives.
EURIE 2018 Seminars and Speakers: To be announced in October 2017.
Participate in a roundtable to share ideas and your experience of what works best in your institution and learn from your peers’.EURIE 2018 Roundtables:
Conference workshops are designed for the professional development of international office staff. Trainers are experienced peers who introduce contextual information and best practices in a specific area of international education. Register for a conference workshop to enhance your skills or acquire new ones and develop your job performance.
EURIE 2018 Workshops: