Our Weekly Insights
We hope that you and your loved ones are healthy and safe. That is the most important thing right now. Still, there is work to do, and that deserves our respect. We are therefore doing everything we can to support you.
True to our motto here at the publishing house, this means “sharing knowledge with you”, which goes far beyond a regular subscription. You will therefore find the new section “Weekly Insights” on this homepage. It will feature new content every week and be available to everybody.
OUR WEEKLY INSIGHTS
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The majority of employees here at DUZ Medienhaus have now switched to working from home. By having taken this step at an early stage, we remain fully functional and can continue to provide you with information as before. Even if print or distribution bottlenecks should arise, you will find the latest issues and publications in your online library on our website. You will have received the login details to the online library with your subscription documents. If you do not currently have access to this information, simply write us an email and be sure to include your customer number.
We hope you stay healthy and safe!
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As of issue 2/2020 Internationalisation of Higher Education – Developments in the European Higher Education Area and Worldwide will be transitioning to a peer-reviewed journal. For further information please click here.
In September 2018 the Handbook and the Journal of the European Higher Education Area (JEHEA) merged. You will find all issues of JEHEA until issue 2/2018 here.
Internationalisation of Higher Education – Developments in the European Higher Education Area and Worldwide is a publication for practitioners and policymakers in higher education. It examines internationalisation processes in countries all over the world with a special focus on the developments in Europe resulting from the Bologna Process.
The publication focuses on
key issues pertaining to practical and operational interest, and places them in the context of global and European developments and far-reaching policy processes in higher education. It reflects the role of the practitioner and how policy changes institutional and individual practices.
The complementary website aims to
inform you about the contents, authors and editors of the publication. Moreover, it will provide you, as a subscriber, with free access to an electronic version of all of the articles published in the journal.
are leading practitioners and experts from the respective fields. For a complete list and more information, please click on the “Authors” button.
The editorial team
is jointly edited by a diverse team of six experienced leaders in the field of higher education. To find out more about the editorial team, please click on the “Editors” button.
The journal is published by DUZ Academic Publishers
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.