Managing International Cooperation in a Global Classrom: Maximizing the Impact of Mobility Programs for Universities, Researchers and Students
The course will introduce the participants to the main debates and challenges that frame international university cooperation in general and mobility programs in particular. The institutional support and incentives for mobility programs and their alignment with the institutional mission and funding will also be discussed. Using case studies from OSUN institutions and others, it will present good practices in managing mobility programs throughout the engagement cycle for both students and faculty. Participants will have the opportunity to reflect on the management of mobility programs at their own institutions, get feedback from their colleagues and instructors and develop specific proposals on enhancing their universities’ performance and contributing to this in their own professional capacity.
- Aligning international partnerships with the university mission, strategy and resources.
- What works for my institution? Choosing the right mobility programs to maximize impact at institutional and individual level.
- Models of funding, global and regional sources for academic exchange.
- Faculty and researcher mobility: managing expectations, minimizing bureaucracy and making the most of available resources.
- A to Z of managing student mobility programs step by step; Exchange students’ integration in the university community, credit transfers and documentation, student life, civic engagement and in-service programs (internships, volunteering, applied research).
- Making the most of the exchange program: academic supervision for visiting students.
- Steering mobility programs in volatile times: crises management for visiting staff and faculty.
Period: Fall, 2022
We welcome applications from university leaders and managers involved in mobility projects and offices (International Offices, Registrar’s Offices, staff working on admissions, recruitment and student life) or interested in establishing such projects and offices and enhancing policies and procedures for international mobility at their universities.
THIS COURSE OFFERS ITS PARTICIPANTS AN OPPORTUNITY TO:
- Develop a systematic understanding of the opportunities and challenges created by international mobility programs for students and faculty and of the regulatory considerations involved in designing and managing such programs.
- Be able to design or improve the implementation and impact of inbound and outbound international mobility programs in their own university.
- Become integrated within a global network of colleagues interested and working on international cooperation projects at universities and establish channels for continued communication, collaborative planning and exchange of good practices.
HOW TO APPLY
Participants have to apply via CEU's online application platform. The application isn't open yet.
DID YOU KNOW?
The Open Society University Network (OSUN) is a global network of educational institutions that integrates learning and the advancement of knowledge—in the social sciences, the humanities, the sciences and the arts, on undergraduate and graduate levels—across geographic and demographic boundaries, promotes civic engagement on behalf of open societies, and expands access to higher education for underserved communities.