Webinar 2015

I would like to thank Dr Nicola Savvides (nicola.savvides@kcl.ac.uk) & BERA, as well as the speakers and participants for their support to Webinar 2015.

Here is a reminder of the topics discussed and a copy of Power Point slides used. Please continue to post your comments, thoughts and questions here or on twitter

We certainly hope to keep the conversation going, and we hope to see you all next year!

  • Internationalisation of the Curriculum: a ‘Wicked’ Problem? (Dr Sheila Trahar, Reader in International Higher Education, University of Bristol)
  • Moving towards transformative Intercultural learning: understanding the home student experience of Internationalisation (Caroline Burns, Lecturer in English for Academic Purposes and Spanish, University of Northumbria)
  • Internationalisation, where are you?: Reflections on experiences and observations regarding the progression of views and practice on internationalisation in the UK University sector (Dr Margarida Dolan, Advisor to the Economics Network)
  • Internationalisation and Development – Has the internationalisation of UK HE been driven primarily  to sustain UK HE as a globally marketable product? Or have universities adopted intentional approaches that seek to address transnational inequality and justice? (Elizabeth Rider-Grant, Senior Lecturer Work-Based & Placement Learning, Buckinghamshire New University)






This year, we especially remember Dr Carole Mallia (Department of History, University of Nottingham) whose support to this event, and informative and stimulating presentations in Seminar 2011 & Seminar 2012, contributed hugely to the success of the event, and the conversations that followed. Carole passed away in 2014.


2012-07-10_15-44-45_214 Carole

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