Are you a lecturer wondering how to better integrate internationalisation in your own module? Or are you a member of a curriculum committee, working on making your whole programme more international? Did you already experiment with making your courses more international, but do you wonder whether this is didactically correct? Would you like to learn more about teaching in an international classroom? Are you non-teaching staff, preparing to go on a visit to a partner university and would you like to learn more about intercultural sensitivity? Then GO can give you some pointers.

There are various learning modules offered by THUAS for both teaching staff and non-teaching staff.

For example, they can help you to:

  • internationalise your curriculum as a whole
  • make specific modules really international
  • assess internationalised learning outcomes.

On a different level, professionalisation courses can help you to familiarize yourselves with Intercultural Communication Theory. This can help you in an international classroom, or if you’re going abroad on a staff exchange. What is more, you can join the Internationalisation Learning Community of THUAS to connect with like-minded professionals.

Why international professionalisation?

Internationalisation is much more than just sending students abroad on academic exchange or placements. Want to know more about internationalising learning outcomes? Here’s an excellent read: Article Jos Beelen EAIE.

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