Outbound student mobility advising: guidelines for good practice (Article on eaie.org)

  • T Piiponen
  • C O'Leary
  • A Pérez Encinas
  • Virginia van der Ster - van der Wel
  • S Flint Luh
  • S Rößler
  • L Senn

    Press/Media: Press / Media

    Period21 Feb 2020

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    • TitleOutbound student mobility advising: guidelines for good practice.
      Degree of recognitionInternational
      Media name/outleteaie.org
      Media typeWeb
      DescriptionThe sending and receiving of students on international exchange or study abroad programmes was one of the earliest and most popular ways for universities to internationalise, and remains so today. The rich learning potential of the exchange experience and its application to both global graduate employability and the development of students’ intercultural sensitivity is a key driver for studying abroad. Having a wide range of study abroad opportunities and partnerships is now an essential selling point for universities seeking to attract the best students. Indeed, there is pressure in many institutions to increase student mobility numbers, to diversify the profile of those participating in mobility and to deliver an outstanding student experience.
      PersonsT Piiponen, C O'Leary, A Pérez Encinas, Virginia van der Ster - van der Wel, S Flint Luh, S Rößler, L Senn


    • mobility advising
    • exchange
    • skills