Friday, 1 July 2011

Issues associated with the internationalisation of curricula


A paper has been published by Terry Tudor in the journal Enhancing the Learner Experience in Higher Education (Vol. 3 No 1 2011, ISSN 2041-3122) on issues associated with the internationalisation of curricula.

Issues associated with the internationalisation of curricula: a case study of the development of a collaborative Masters programme between the University of Northampton (UK) and the University of Madras (India) 

Terry Tudor, University of Northampton

Internationalisation of curricula and activities is becoming a key thrust within UK Higher Educational Institutions (HEIs). This article examines factors in the development and implementation of a collaborative Masters in Environmental Management between the University of Northampton (UK) and the University of Madras (India). Using the concepts of internationalisation as a theoretical construct, the article examines the key challenges faced in the development and operation of the collaborative programme including overcoming cultural norms and bureaucracy. It concludes by discussing key personal and professional lessons.




The full article can be found at: http://journals.northampton.ac.uk/index.php/elehe/article/viewFile/22/33

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