ppp_Seminar_Brüssel_6Nov2013_2 [Kompatibilitätsmodus]

ppp_Seminar_Brüssel_6Nov2013_2 [Kompatibilitätsmodus]

Fostering the internationalisation of

German Higher Education: The DAAD

2020 Strategy

6th November 2013

Prof. Dr. Margret Wintermantel

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What is internationalisation?

„Internationalisation of higher education is the process of integrating an international

/ intercultural dimension into the teaching, research and service of the institution“

(Jane Knight, 1997)

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Future challenges

Global responsibility for research, instruction and study

Global competition between universities and the emergence of new academic hubs

Internationalisation will become standard procedure

Demographic change and competition for the brightest minds

New educational paths – diversity and life-long learning

Other learning forms through new media

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„Change by Exchange“

DAAD supports academic exchange through:

Scholarship for the Best

Structures for

Internationalisation

Expertise for

Academic

Collaborations

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Scholarships for the Best

DAAD‘s financial support to students, scientists and artists in both directions:

1.040.000

Germans have seen the world

790.000

Foreigners got to know

Germany

(1950 – 2012)

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Structures for internationalisation:

We develop structures for higher education in Germany and worldwide

The universities are our partners in this approach

The DAAD provides financial support and advice

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Our objectives

DAAD aims to contribute to…

Germany keeping its position as one of the

top five leading host countries for mobile

international students.

Increase the

academic success rate of

international students to at least 75% provide 50% of every graduating class the opportunity to gain

international study related

experience.

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DAAD – a European vision

„The DAAD is a German organisation in

Europe. It plays a vital role in shaping the

European Higher Education Area and the

European Research Area and promotes the interests of Europe together with its partner organisations“

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Expertise for Academic

Collaborations:

Regional-specific expertise and expertise in internationalisation

Services and contacts for partners worldwide

Worldwide network of 65 offices abroad

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The DAAD worldwide

San Francisco

Toronto

New York

Mexico City

San José Caracas

Bogotá

Santiago de Chile

Rio de Janeiro

São Paulo

Buenos Aires

St. Petersburg

Moscow

Riga

London

Brussels

Paris

Bonn

Berlin

Minsk

Warsaw

Prague

Kiev

Budapest

Madrid

Rome

Tunis

Belgrade Istanbul

Athens

Cairo

Bucharest

Ankara

Tel Aviv

Tbilisi

Tashkent

Baku

Yerevan

Erbil

Amman

Kazan

Tehran

Kabul

East Jerusalem

Novosibirsk

Almaty

Bishkek

Dushanbe

Islamabad

New Delhi

Guangzhou

Abu Dhabi

Beijing

Hanoi

Pune

Chennai

Seoul

Shanghai

Taipei City

Hong Kong

Bangkok

Ho Chi Minh City

Accra

Addis Ababa

Yaoundé

Singapore

Kuala Lumpur

Nairobi

Tokyo

Jakarta

Johannesburg

Sydney

Regional Offices

Information Centres (ICs)

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