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 addresses key issues in the internationalisation of higher education and places them in the context of global and European developments.
It provides a broad coverage of issues in the context of internationalisation such as:
- governance, leadership and management;
- funding at national and supranational levels;
- internationalisation strategies and activities;
- access, mobility, student success and lifelong learning;
- institutional structures to support innovative learning and teaching; and
- quality assurance in international higher education.
Bringing together and further developing the Internationalisation of Higher Education Handbook and the Journal of the European Higher Education Area, the publication offers readers new insights and practical advice to respond to challenges facing higher education.
Internationalisation of Higher Education – Developments in the European Higher Education Area and Worldwide is published four times a year, includes 6–7 articles per edition and is available both in print and online.
If you want to submit an article …
… please make sure that it fits into the publication’s scope above. If your paper is not fitting into current calls for papers (see below), we recommend sending us first an abstract and working title of your planned article as well as your short CV and wait for the publisher’s response. If you already want to get an idea about how our articles are usually structured, please have a look at our guidelines below.
Current call for papers
- "Management and Governance of Internationalisation" – Deadline 30 April 2020: What does it need to manage internationalisation at higher education institutions? Which tools does your institution use? What are your experiences? These are just some of the questions we would like to answer in a thematic issue in 2020. Please send us your paper (3,000–5,000 words) and a short CV until the end of April 2020.