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For HE Institutions

How internationalised is your university?

There is more to internationalisation than a diversified body of students/staff. Truly internationalised institutions:

  • pay attention to the quality of their internationalisation process;
  • support their students in becoming fully integrated, socially and academically, into a multicultural campus,
    and thereby ...
  • help them develop the 'global graduate' skills that are highly sought after by employers.

They also

  • support their staff in facilitating this process and in developing the skills they themselves need to maximise the benefits of internationalisation.

Our tools and resources help you achieve this:

Global Education Profiler (GEP)

The GEP is a diagnostic tool that helps you identify what kind of global learning environment your students and staff are experiencing. There are two complementary versions: one for students and one for staff, both academic and administrative/managerial. It is very different from traditional measures of internationalisation and has yielded important findings.

 Explore the pilot data

GlobalPeople@Uni

Our development resources support you in fostering 'global graduate' skills and strengths in your students! They include our very popular e-course, Working in Groups. Find out more.

For complementary open access resources, see our Knowledge Exchange section.
    Stages of internationalisation vertical

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    For more information contact: email.png globalpeople at warwick dot ac dot uk