Presentation on theme: "All Our Students Can Be International Now : a strategic/institutional view Dr Christine Humfrey SRHE Internationalisation, Marketisation and the Student."— Presentation transcript:
All Our Students Can Be International Now : a strategic/institutional view Dr Christine Humfrey SRHE Internationalisation, Marketisation and the Student Experience 15 th June 2012
Internationalisation: its evolution. Marketisation: its place on the journey. Challenges and opportunities: the student experience. The future: for internationalisation and the university concept.
Internationalisation: its evolution Pre 1980 in the UK 1980 and the international fee. Recruitment to survive. Responsible recruitment Partnership. The concept of TNE
Numbers of international students pre and post 1981 and full cost fees
Transformative change TNE Partnerships Responsible Recruitment Recruitment to survive Fee differential Selection Growth of sensitivity
Marketisation: its place on the journey GATS and commodification or consumerism. Selecting a “purchaser”. Price and cost.
Challenges and opportunities: the student experience Vision and strategy. Integration and strategy. Pedagogy and strategy.
The future: for internationalisation and the university concept Uncertainty, competition and government. TNE.....and.....
Bibliography and references for SRHE presentation 15 th June 2012 Fielden J Managing International Activities in UK Universities Report 1 International Unit UUK Humfrey C The Long and Winding Road: a review of the policy, practice and development of the internationalisation of higher education in the UK. Article in Teachers and Teaching Vol 17 No 6 Routledge Collini S What Are Universities For? Penguin. The Third Wave: Future Trends in International Education 2003 International Journal of Educational Management Wildavsky B The Great Brain Race: How Global Universities are Reshaping the World. Princeton University Press Strategy and the Internationalisation of Universities Elkin et al Vol 22 issue 3 International Journal of Educational Management International Students and Net Migration in the UK April 2012 Cavanagh and Glennie, Institute for Public Policy Research