“So why do we assume our teachers pull at the right end of the rope?” This question was raised during a discussion concerning the intercultural competences of our faculty in comparison to the perceived disappointing level of intercultural competences of our graduates. Intercultural competence development is only one part of internationalization at home, yet a part that seems to be more difficult to grasp than language proficiency or international learning outcomes (van der Poel & van der Werf, 2014).
|Title of host publication||Global and local internationalization|
|Editors||Elspeth Jones, Robert Coelen, Jos Beelen, Hans de Wit|
|Place of Publication||Rotterdam|
|Publication status||Published - 2016|
|Series||Transgressions: Cultural Studies and Education|
- intercultural competences
- higher education