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EAIE Barometer: Capturing the pulse of internationalisation of European higher education

This session will explore the key findings of  the EAIE Barometer, which is now in its third edition and captures the pulse of the internationalisation of European higher education as it is today. The report provides detailed insight into current issues in the sector, through respondents’ perceptions in key areas such as their professional roles in international higher education, the institution’s or organisation’s structure and strategy for internationalisation budgets and more.

Our speakers will be sharing the main takeaways from the barometer with The IC Community. These include:

  • The clear commitment in the face of change
  • A move toward more shared responsibility for internationalisation
  • The real pressure is felt to deliver impact in relation to internationalisation

This will be an invaluable session to join if you have an interest in the internationalisation of the European higher education sector.  Also do invite your colleagues to benefit from the latest finding of the EAIE Barometer which will shed a light on the health and vitality of this sector amidst significant challenges and opportunities.

Date: Tuesday 11 June 2024

Time: 11am (BST)

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Our guest speakers

Laura Rumbley, Director Knowledge Development and Research, European Association for International Education (EAIE)

Laura E. Rumbley is Director, Knowledge Development and Research at the European Association for International Education (EAIE), based in Amsterdam. She previously served as Associate Director for the Boston College Center for International Higher Education (CIHE) in the United States and Deputy Director of the Academic Cooperation Association (ACA) in Brussels. A former U.S. Foreign Service Officer, Laura has co-edited the Journal of Studies in International Education since 2014 and has authored and edited a wide range of publications on internationalisation in higher education. She holds a PhD in Higher Education Administration from Boston College, a Master of International & Intercultural Management from SIT Graduate Institute and a Bachelor’s degree in International Politics from Georgetown University.

Jody Hoekstra-Selten, Knowledge Development Officer, European Association for International Education (EAIE)

Jody Hoekstra-Selten is Knowledge Development Officer at the EAIE. After obtaining a Master’s degree in Western Literature and Culture and a Research Master’s degree in Literary Studies, both at Utrecht University (NL), she has been working within the field of (international) education policy since 2012. Starting out as Policy Advisor Higher Education at the NRTO (the Dutch Council for Training and Education), she also spent eight years at the British Council in various roles, including Exams Operations Manager and Head of Education for the Netherlands.