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1 Internationalisation: Strategy, Indicators, Achievements Prof. Arthur Mettinger Vice-Rector Educational Program Development & Internationalisation Vienna, 30 th of October 2010

2 Synopsis 1.Internationalisation Strategy 2.Indicators 3.Facts and Figures 4.Conclusions & Recommendations (to be worked out during this Seminar)

3 Internationalisation Strategy: Development I Until 2008 no explicit internationalization strategy Implicitly internationalization forms an important part of the University of Vienna‘s mission statement and its practice in research and teaching But: a clear internationalization strategy is important for the University of Vienna in the 21th century to… –improve quality in research & teaching –enhance international attractiveness & positioning –increase the chances for students, teachers and researchers internationally –increase “internationality” in some fields where the University of Vienna has a need to improve –increase the commitment to internationalization among all members of the University –come to better decisions based on better data

4 Internationalisation Strategy: Development II Principles of strategic development: Starting point: Main goals of Development Plan Best practices: international models have been considered Build on strengths: existing ties with leading universities, participation in networks, geographical location Inclusiveness: cooperation instead of mere top down enactment the draft strategy/main goals have been developed under assistance of & discussed with: the University Board, the Senate, deans, study programme directors, Research Services & Int’ l Relations Office Flexibility: leave room for strategies of faculties and future developments Data based: one important step is the assessment of the status quo and collection of reliable data (development of indicators)

5 Internationalisation Strategy: Main Goals I Research: Increased share of international scientists at all levels Enhanced cooperation with the best international universities/research institutes Increased participation in international projects (focus: EU research programs) Increased international visibility of research achievements (e.g. publications in leading international journals) (Further) Development of internationally attractive doctoral programs in cooperation with leading European/international universities

6 Internationalisation Strategy: Main Goals II Education: Increased share of international students in MA- and PhD study programs Increased mobility of teachers Qualitative Increase of student mobility (differentiated: BA/MA/PhD) Development of a comprehensive “multilingualism –policy”: increase students’ and teachers’ foreign-language competencies

7 Core Indicators I Number of internationally financed research projects Scientific publications: Co-Authorship according to nation/institution Cooperation (partnership agreements, joint-study-programs, cooperation agreements) according to regions and rankings of partner institutions Number of students that participate in international mobility programs (outgoing) according to guest-country (EU/international) and mobility program Number of students that participate in international mobility programs (incoming) according to citizenship (EU/international) and mobility program Number of students (Master-/PhD-level) without Austrian Bachelor- or Master Degree according to field of study and citizenship (EU/international)

8 Core Indicators II Number of Joint-Programs / Number of Master-programs in English Number of professorial appointments from abroad (EU/Germany/international) and percentage with regard to total number of professorial appointments in this time-span Share of scientific staff without Austrian citizenship according to staff categories Share of teachers that teach courses (without language courses in language studies) in a language other than German Share of courses taught in a language other than German

9 Internationally financed research projects (Ind 1)

10 Scientific publications: cooperating scientists (Ind 2)

11 New partnership agreements 2009 (Ind 3) CountryUniversity THES 2009 China China University of Political Science and Law (CUPL)- JapanTohoku University97 SüdkoreaYonsei University151 USAWashington and Jefferson College- Mexico CIESAS (Center for Research and Advanced Studies in Social Anthropology)- KanadaUniversité de Montréal107

12 Numbers of mobile students (Ind 4 & 5)

13 New MA-/PhD-Students without Austrian 1 st degree (6)

14 Joint Programs/English MA-Programs (2010) BIN-NET – Master of International Business Informatics CREOLE – Cultural Differences and Transnational Processes (MA UNICA Euromaster in Urban Studies (MA) MATILDA – Women’s and Gender History MeiCogSci - Middle European Interdisciplinary Master Programme in Cognitive Science LAW AND ECONOMICS (Erasmus Mundus) EUROPEAN MASTER IN GLOBAL STUDIES (Erasmus Mundus) European Master in Health and Physical Activity + English Language and Linguistics Science – Technology – Society Quantitative Economics Management and Finance Anglophone Literatures and Cultures

15 Scientific staff without Austrian citizenship

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17 Professional Appointments from abroad Appointment of prof. by country of origin EU other525 Austria14710 total international share 54,84%68,18%65,52%

18 Courses taught in a language other than German


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