Internationalisation at Home: How to internationalise the Curriculum

Take the opportunity the learn how to develop a global perspective in the curriculum/degree programme. On April 6, the Committee for Internationalisation together with the Faculty of Health and Life Sciences is organising a symposium to share best practice on how to internationalise the curriculum and to reinforce internationalisation at home in practice.

Thanks to all who participated! Here you find Dr. Jos Beelens och Dr. Jennifer Valckes presentations.

Dr Jos Beelens presentation

Dr Jennifer Valckes presentations:

Presentation from workshop

Information prior to the symposium
April 6 2017, 09.00 - 15.00 at sal A137, "Kocken", Kalmar
More information: Camilla Lundqvist e-mail:
Registration: Registration is closed. Last day of registration March 31 (registration written in Swedish)

The purpose of the symposium is:
- To introduce the concept of 'Internationalisation at Home' (IaH)
- To learn about internationalisation of learning outcomes in academic programmes
- To provide concrete and useful tools in internationalising the curriculum
- To learn how to interact in the multilingual and multicultural learning classroom to ensure quality in English-medium instruction

The symposium is primarily aimed at Programme Coordinators, heads of departments and Faculty Coordinators, but is open to anyone who is interested.

Read about Jos Beelen och Jennifer Valcke that visit the symposium

09:00-09:30 Fika
09:30-09:45 Welcome by Ann-Charlotte Larsson, Vice-Rector
09:45-11:30 Internationalisation at Home and how to internationalise the curriculum, Jos Beelen, Senior Policy Advisor for Internationalisation
11:30-12:30 Lunch (included)
12:30-13:30 Challenges of the multilingual and multicultural learning spaces and quality assurance in English-medium instruction, Dr. Jennifer Valcke, Educational Developer
13:30-14:15 Thematic Group discussions and sharing good practice with Lnu Programme Coordinators
14:15-14:45 Conclusion and the next step
14:45 Fika