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  • Definition IAU Internationalization Learning badges

    These badges mark the achievement of milestones along the journey of internationalization. They validate the time, effort, and resources that HEIs invest in the significant cultural change that internationalization requires, and recognize the institution’s accomplishments in enhancing teaching, research and engagement through internationalization. The badges also provide external validation of the institution’s work for both internal and external stakeholders and visible recognition of an institution’s progress and accomplishments in internationalization.

  • Internationalization Strategies Advisory Service

    ISAS Presentation
    The IAU offered the Internationalization Strategies Advisory Service (ISAS) to institutional leaders and teams interested in developing or reviewing their internationalization policy, strategy and various programs. ISAS was available to all Higher Education Institutions, though IAU Members paid a reduced fee. HEIs around the world found (and are stil finding) that internationalization can no longer be a sideline in the overall strategic planning process or policy development. It is central to the definition of a high quality institution and an important consideration for IAU Members. Through its Internationalization Strategies Advisory Service, the International Association of Universities (IAU) provided expert advice, up-to-date information and recommend approaches based on best practice around the world. IAU Advisory Service (ISAS) was launched for institutional internationalization planning and development, which lasted until 2016, to be substituted by the new ISAS (2.0) programme.

  • List of ISAS (2.0) Advancing strategic internationalization at HEIs projects
    ISAS 2.0 projects
    Service HEI Country Site visit dates IAU Experts Steering Committee Chair and contact person
    Planning and Strategy Queen’s University Canada 9-11 May 2022 Eva Egron-Polak (Chair), Alessandra Scagliarini, Harvey Charles, Giorgio Marinoni Prof. Sandra den Otter
    Achieving Comprehensive Internationalization University of Bologna Italy 27 - 29 November 2019 Eva Egron-Polak (Chair), Markus Laitinen, Stephanie Burton, Giorgio Marinoni Prof. Alessandra Scagliarini, Filippo Sartor
    Achieving Comprehensive Internationalization RUDN University Russian Federation 2 - 4 October 2019 Eva Egron-Polak (Chair), Andrew Deeks, Elena Gorozhankina, Elena Gulicheva, Giorgio Marinoni Prof. Vladimir Filippov, Oleg Barnashov
    Assessing Strategy and Monitoring Achievements Toyo University Japan 1 - 3 July 2019 Eva Egron-Polak (Chair), Betty Leask, Akiyoshi Yonezawa, Giorgio Marinoni Prof. Kazuo Takahashi, Yumi Enkaku
    Planning and Strategy KIIT University India 17 - 19 January 2018 Eva Egron-Polak (Chair), Hans-Georg van Liempd, M.P. Sinha, Giorgio Marinoni Prof. Sasmita Samanta
    Planning and Strategy Shigakkan University Japan 29 November - 1 December 2017 Eva Egron-Polak (Chair), Anna Ciccarelli, Riyuki Takemura, Giorgio Marinoni Pres. Kuniko Tanioka
    Achieving Comprehensive Internationalization Cardiff Metropolitan University United Kingdom 9 - 11 October 2017 Madeleine Green (Chair), Eva Egron-Polak, Tim Gore, Giorgio Marinoni Prof. Mohamed Loutfi, Dr. Rami Ayoubi
    Assessing Strategy and Monitoring Achievements Hokkaido University Japan 5 – 7 October 2016 Madeleine Green (Chair), Kent Anderson, Akira Ninomiya, Eva Egron-Polak Prof. Hiroaki Terao, Ms. Riyuki Takemura
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