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Internationalisation For All Through ‘Internationalisation @ Home’
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Location: A02, WIT Main Campus, Cork Road
Cost: This event is free but booking is essential.
Contact: Please register on or before 15th February 2020
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In a context where the majority of undergraduate students do not have an international mobility experience as part of their studies, this seminar, referring to real world examples from universities worldwide, will examine ways of making internationalisation accessible to all students as an integrated part of their curriculum.

Learning Outcomes

- Appraise how ‘internationalisation at home’ can support student success in and through their studies

- Evaluate current approaches to ‘internationalisation @ home’ used globally

- Identify new approaches to ‘internationalisation @ home’ suitable to the Irish Higher Education context

- Plan for the integration of selected approaches to curriculum design

- Prof Catherine Montgomery, BA Hons, PGCE, MA Applied Linguistics, PhD, FRSA

- Catherine Montgomery is Professor in the School of Education at the University of Durham

Catherine’s research focuses on internationalisation of higher education and she has a particular interest in transnational higher education in China and East Asia. Catherine’s recent work focuses particularly on mobilities and immobilities in international higher education and the internationalisation of curriculum and knowledge. Catherine is also interested in flows of international students and what these can tell us about the changing landscapes of global higher education.

Prior to joining Durham in September 2019, Catherine has held professorial posts at the University of Bath and the University of Hull, both with a focus on international higher education. Catherine is the founder and former director of the Centre for Research in Education in China and East Asia at the University of Bath and she has worked on international and comparative research projects in Denmark, Mexico and Vietnam including a British Council project focusing on internationalisation strategy in Vietnam and an ESRC funded project looking at autonomy and democracy in education entitled Freedom to Learn.

Catherine has worked closely with Tec de Monterrey in Mexico researching the role of dialogic STEM education in addressing social and cultural disadvantage in Mexico and the UK. She is currently working with the prestigious Crick Institute in London on a funded research project focusing on their STEM outreach programme in schools in the London Borough of Camden.

Catherine has active collaborative research links with high profile universities in China, Hong Kong, Australia, Vietnam, Mexico and Europe. She holds a visiting professorship at the Centre for Higher Education Internationalisation at the Universita Cattolica del Sacro Cuore in Milan, Italy; she is an invited Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts (FRSA) and was awarded a UK National Teaching Fellowship in 2010.

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