Internationalisation strategies and the development of competent teaching staff

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    ABSTRACT This article argues that the role of the lecturer in an internationalised higher education institution is not limited to teaching internationally or interculturally diverse groups of students. Teaching staff members will normally be required to undertake a variety of tasks, which require different competences. In addition, they will need specific competences to be able to function well in an international working environment. In order to foster the discussion on the topic of staff competences in relation to internationalisation, this article suggests the use an ‘International Competences Matrix.’ This HRM tool is meant to alert both teaching staff and their heads of department to the fact that working in an international environment requires new and additional competences and that training teaching staff
    Originele taal-2English
    TitelInternationalisation revisited
    Subtitelnew dimension in the internationalisation of higher education
    RedacteurenHans De Wit, Jos Beelen
    Plaats van productieAmsterdam
    UitgeverijCAREM: Centre for Applied Research on Economics and Management
    Pagina's99-105
    ISBN van geprinte versieISBN/EAN 978-90-817122-0-0
    StatusPublished - 2012

    Keywords

    • hoger onderwijs
    • strategisch management

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    van der Werf, E. (2012). Internationalisation strategies and the development of competent teaching staff. In H. De Wit, & J. Beelen (editors), Internationalisation revisited: new dimension in the internationalisation of higher education (blz. 99-105). CAREM: Centre for Applied Research on Economics and Management.