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GLOBALIZATION OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND INTERNATIONAL MOBILITY Seminario International El Sistema de Créditos Transferibles. Presentation by Dr. Gilles BRETON Full Professor Graduate School of Public and International Affairs gbreton@uOttawa.ca. INTRODUCTION.

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GLOBALIZATION OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND INTERNATIONAL MOBILITYSeminario InternationalEl Sistema de CréditosTransferibles

Presentation by Dr. Gilles BRETON

Full Professor

Graduate School of Public and International Affairs

gbreton@uOttawa.ca

introduction
INTRODUCTION

2000-2011 – EMERGENCE OF NEW STAKEs

  • FROM INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION TO INTERNATIONALIZATION TO GLOBALIZATION
  • GROWTH OF MOBILE STUDENTS
  • BRANCH CAMPUSES
  • WORLD RANKINGS AND THE DISCOURSE OF WORLD- CLASS UNIVERSITIES
  • INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION AT THE RESEARCH LEVEL
  • THE NEW CENTRALITY OF RESEARCH

GLOBALIZATION OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND INTERNATIONAL MOBILITY

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THE NEW GEOGRAPHY OF HIGHER EDUCATION

    • AMERICAN HEGEMONY
    • ACCOMPANIED BY UNIVERSITY POLYCENTRISM
      • EUROPE
      • ASIA
  • STATEINVOLVEMENT
    • EUROPE: BOLOGNA + ERASMUS MUNDUS
    • GERMANY: EXCELLENCEINITIATIVE
    • FRANCE: OPERATION CAMPUS
    • ASIA
      • CHINA
      • JAPAN
    • THE MIDDLE EAST
  • INTERNATIONAL EMERGENCE IN MANAGEMENT
    • VICE-PRESIDENT INTERNATIONAL

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part 1
PART 1

WHAT IS AN INTERNATIONAL STRATEGY?

GLOBALIZATION OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND INTERNATIONAL MOBILITY

globalization a definition
GLOBALIZATION : A DEFINITION
  • EXPLOSION OF SPATIAL ACTION PARAMETERS
  • A REDEFINITION OF THE ACTION SPACE BY THE ACTORS
  • WHICH ACTION LOGICS?

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the globalization of higher education 4 practices
THE GLOBALIZATION OF HIGHER EDUCATION : 4 PRACTICES
  • A TRADE PRACTICE
    • Business Logic
  • A COMPETITION PRACTICE
    • Positioning Logic
  • A COOPERATION PRACTICE
    • Citizenship and inclusiveness Logic
  • AN INTERNATIONALIZATION PRACTICE
    • Academic Logic

GLOBALIZATION OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND INTERNATIONAL MOBILITY

a trade practice business logic
A TRADE PRACTICE Business Logic
  • SELLING AND EXPORTING EDUCATIONAL PRODUCTS: PROGRAMS, COURSES, ONGOING EDUCATION, DISTANCE EDUCATION, ETC…
  • OPENING SUBSIDIARIES OR BRANCHES
  • RECRUITING FOREIGN STUDENTS
  • ACADEMIC AND NON-ACADEMIC PLAYERS

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a coopetition practice positioning logic
A “COOPETITION” PRACTICEPositioning Logic

INTERNATIONAL REPUTATION, PRESTIGE AND POSITIONING :

  • THE RACE FOR THE BEST: PROFESSORS, RESEARCHERS, STUDENTS, INTERNATIONAL PRIZES AND AWARDS
  • INTERNATIONAL RANKINGS
  • THE CENTRALITY OF RESEARCH ACTIVITIES
  • THE QUALITY OF INTERNATIONAL PARTNERS
  • CREATION OF INTER-UNIVERSITY AND INTERNATIONAL NETWORKS AND THE NEW HIERARCHY AMONG UNIVERSITIES:
    • TRAINING: INTEGRATED INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMS, NEW FORM OF DIPLOMA, ERASMUS MUNDUS
    • RESEARCH: INTERNATIONAL NETWORK OF RESEARCH (IARU)

GLOBALIZATION OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND INTERNATIONAL MOBILITY

an international development citizenship and inclusiveness logic
AN INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT Citizenship and Inclusiveness Logic
  • INVOLVEMENT IN NORTH-SOUTH INTER-UNIVERSITY RELATIONS
  • DEVELOPMENT OF INSTITUTIONAL CAPACITIES …
  • TRANSITION FROM INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION OFFICE TO INTERNATIONAL OFFICE
  • LESS CANADIAN INVOLVEMENT IN INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT:

- RESOURCES

- INVESTMENT IN RESEARCH

- A LOGIC OF COMPETITION AND NETWORKS

GLOBALIZATION OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND INTERNATIONAL MOBILITY

part 2
PART 2

AN INTERNATIONALIZATION PRACTICE

GLOBALIZATION OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND INTERNATIONAL MOBILITY

an internationalization practice academic logic
AN INTERNATIONALIZATION PRACTICE Academic Logic
  • CONSOLIDATING THE QUALITY OF PROGRAMS
  • IMPROVING THE EDUCATION OF STUDENTS, INTERNATIONAL AND INTERCULTURAL SKILLS
  • MOBILITY PROGRAMS
  • INTERNATIONALIZING THE PROGRAMS AND THE CAMPUS

GLOBALIZATION OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND INTERNATIONAL MOBILITY

student mobility the new wave
STUDENT MOBILITY: THE NEW WAVE
  • WHY THE ENNEMY IS US?
  • FROM INTER-CULTURAL TO ACADEMIC
  • FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF STUDENT MANAGEMENT TO AN ACADEMIC PROJECT
  • FROM BILATERAL UNIVERSITY TO UNIVERSITY AGREEMENTS, TO PROGRAM TO PROGRAM INTEGRATION
    • A TAILORED ACADEMIC APPROACH
  • THE MARCO POLO INTERNATIONAL STUDENT MOBILITY INITIATIVE:
    • EXCHANGE PROGRAMS
    • INTERNATIONAL INTERNSHIPS

GLOBALIZATION OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND INTERNATIONAL MOBILITY

the five goals of student mobility
THE FIVE GOALS OF STUDENT MOBILITY
  • GARANTEE THE ACQUISITION OF INTERNATIONAL AND INTERCULTURAL SKILLS BY STUDENTS
  • ADD VALUE TO STUDENTS’ EDUCATION
  • IMPROVE THE QUALITY OF THE PROGRAMS OFFERED AT THE UNIVERSITY OF OTTAWA
  • ENSURE SUSTAINABILITY OF THE MOBILITY PROGRAMS
  • IMPROVE THE INSTITUTION’S INTERNATIONAL POSITIONING

GLOBALIZATION OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND INTERNATIONAL MOBILITY

student mobility old and new models
STUDENT MOBILITY: OLD AND NEW MODELS

NO IMPACT ON DIPLOMA

  • UNDERGRADUATE AND GRADUATE

WITH IMPACT ON DIPLOMA

(THE NEW ACADEMIC FLEXIBILITY)

  • UNDERGRADUATE

- JOINT DEGREE: 2+2 NORTH-SOUTH

  • GRADUATE

- JOINT DEGREE

- SHARED THESIS SUPERVISION

- INTERNATIONALLY INTEGRATED PROGRAMS

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which strategy at the university of ottawa
WHICH STRATEGY AT THE UNIVERSITY OF OTTAWA?

INTERNATIONALIZATION: STUDIES

  • AN INTERNATIONALLY INTEGRATED GRADUATE PROGRAM
  • PREFERENCE FOR A MOBILITY MODEL WITH IMPACT ON THE DIPLOMA, PARTICULARLY FOR GRADUATE STUDIES
  • INTERNATIONAL COTUTELLE AGREEMENT FOR PHD PROGRAMS
  • MARCO POLO STUDENT MOBILITY INITIATIVE AT THE UNDERGRADUATE LEVEL

GLOBALIZATION OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND INTERNATIONAL MOBILITY

conclusion
CONCLUSION
  • REDEFINING THE UNIVERSITY’S INTERNATIONAL STRATEGY
    • Articulating these four practices
  • THE CENTRALITY OF THE INTERNATIONALIZATION AND THE COOPETITION PRACTICE
  • CONDITIONS OF SUCCESS
    • INSTITUTIONAL PROJECT
    • CLEAR DIVISION OF WORK

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guidelines equivalencies advanced standing 1 of 3
Guidelines – Equivalencies/Advanced standing1 of 3

In order to determine whether or not a course from another

institution is deemed to be equivalent to a course offered at the

University of Ottawa, here are some general guidelines to follow:

1. The course must be offered by a recognized postsecondary

accredited institution. (this is the responsibility of the

International Office to check this information and not the

professor evaluating the content of the course);

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guidelines equivalencies advanced standing 2 of 3
Guidelines – Equivalencies/Advanced standing2 of 3
  • The contact hours (or credits) must be comparable to those of the University of Ottawa (about 39 hours for a 3-credit course and 78 hours for a 6-credit course) (It is the responsibility of the person evaluating the courses to check this);

3. Granting a specific course equivalency

    • In order for a professor to grant a specific equivalence (i.e. POL2101), the content of the course from the other institution must be generally equivalent to the content in the course being offered at the University of Ottawa;

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guidelines equivalencies advanced standing 3 of 3
Guidelines – Equivalencies/Advanced standing3 of 3

4. Granting a non-specific course equivalency

  • When a course from another institution has no specific equivalency at the University of Ottawa, the Department can recognize it as their own discipline, thereby granting a non-specific equivalence. For example, POL 1*** (3cr.), POL 4*** (6 cr.) may be granted. In this case, the non-specified equivalence can be used as an elective in the student’s program but will not replace a compulsory course.

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