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Internationalisation of Higher Education

Policy and Practice

Aims & Scope

Designed for internationalisation professionals, policy makers and higher education leaders, Internationalisation of Higher Education – Policy and Practice examines internationalisation policies, processes and activities, addressing key issues in the internationalisation of higher education, and placing them in the context of global developments.
The journal focuses on how international, regional, national, and institutional policy changes, trends, and initiatives impact practice. It provides broad coverage of issues, such as:

  • governance, leadership and management of internationalisation;
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  • internationalisation strategies and activities;
  • equity in and access to internationalisation;
  • student and staff mobility;
  • international cooperation;
  • capacity building through internationalisation;
  • innovation in internationalisation;
  • teaching and learning with an international/intercultural dimension;
  • international research cooperation;
  • internationalisation and societal engagement;
  • quality assurance of internationalisation.

Authors may use a variety of approaches in their articles such as case studies, surveys, analysis of trends, reports on the impact of practices and policies, etc. Whatever the approach used, the article must have a clearly defined methodology, analyse data properly according to common scientific standards, and draw justified conclusions. Articles should not be merely descriptive or anecdotal, and authors should generally avoid the use of the first person.

Please note that we are currently transitioning to a peer-reviewed journal. This means that some of the articles are peer-reviewed, while others are reviewed by our editorial board. The transition to full peer review will be completed by the end of 2020.

Internationalisation of Higher Education – Policy and Practice is published four times a year, includes 5–7 articles per edition and is available both in print and online.

 

Information About Authors, Editorial Board, & Publisher

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The Authors
are leading practitioners and experts from the respective fields. For a complete list of authors please click on the “Authors” button. If you are interested in submitting a manuscript, please click on the tab „Article Submission“ to learn more.

The Editorial Board
comprises a diverse team of eight experienced leaders in the field of higher education. To find out more about the editorial team, please click on the “Editors” button.

The Publisher
DUZ Academic Publishers is responsible for several publications designed to support higher education worldwide. Drawing on the expertise already gained from the successful EUA Bologna Handbook and Leadership and Governance Handbook, the same high standards of quality can be found in this publication.

 

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