Series: Season 2

Episode #30 – Internationalization of Higher Education for Society – Part 2

Internationalization of Higher Education for Society is a concept which relevance has been growing enormously in the past decade. Today is a crucial aspect of internationalization of higher education, also in the light of the importance given to societal impact, inclusiveness, and environmental sustainability by the European Commission in the recently launched new generation of…

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Episode #29 – Internationalization of Higher Education for Society – Part 1

Internationalization of Higher Education for Society is a concept which relevance has been growing enormously in the past decade. Today is a crucial aspect of internationalization of higher education, also in the light of the importance given to societal impact, inclusiveness, and environmental sustainability by the European Commission in the recently launched new generation of…

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Episode #28 – India (Part 2)

Welcome to Part 2 about higher education in India and the interview with Dr. Shashikala Gurpur, distinguished academician and orator, Director of Symbiosis Law School, Pune, and and Dean of the Faculty of Law, Symbiosis International University. She is a member of 19th Law Commission of India and National Judicial Academic Council.

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Episode #27 – India (Part 1)

India’s higher education system is the world’s third largest in terms of students, next to China and the United States. In the future, India will most likely become one of the largest education hubs of the world. India’s Higher Education sector has witnessed a tremendous increase in the number of Universities/University level Institutions & Colleges…

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Episode #26 – International Art Education and the life as an artist in academia

Ingo Vetter presents in this interview his work as a visual artist and his engagement of internationalization of artistic higher education.¬†He describes the nature of his work and how it connects to societal¬†development.¬†Bureaucratisation and new public management are also addressed as elements that affect his academic role, as well as other elements he deals with…

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Episode #25 – Armenia: international education, research and innovation (Part 2)

The Foundation for Armenian Science and Technology (FAST) is one of the most prominent organizations committed in building an ecosystem of innovation to lead scientists, technologists, and innovators in Armenia and beyond to success on the global stage. With a focus on entrepreneurial endeavors, FAST empowers innovators to bring cutting-edge, commercially viable, and globally competitive…

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Episode #24 – Armenia: international education, research and innovation (Part 1)

Armenia is an old and fascinating country but yet still largely unknown to most. Efforts are currently being made at many levels and by many actors to boost the international relevance of Armenian education, research and innovation and related institutions and organizations. The Foundation for Armenian Science and Technology (FAST) is one of the most…

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Episope #23 – Erasmus Mundus Students and Alumni Association

The EU-funded Erasmus Mundus joint programme was launched in 2004 and facilitated over time the creation of 535 Joint Master Programmes across Europe with the participation of 610 different HEIs from 33 Programme countries and 24,500 students worldwide. This made EMJMD one of the most successful and well-known EU funding programmes in the field of…

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Episode #22 – Internationalization of higher education in Mexico

Currently there are over 4.5 million students enrolled in higher education in Mexico, 2.5 million more than in 2000. This makes Mexico one of the largest higher education systems in Latin America and one of the fastest growing in the world.   The internationalization of Higher Education is a key priority for the Mexican government. The…

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Episode #21 – Albania

Welcome to the first episode of Interlace PODCAST Season 2! In this episode we continue with the country specials but from a different perspective, which is in the spirit of this new season: broaden the picture and address new fields and new countries from different angles and in a more interactive, more analytical and less…

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