Policy and Strategy

Morey, A. I. (2000) ‘Changing higher education curricula for a global and multicultural world’, Higher Education in Europe, Vol. 25, No. 1, pp. 25-39.

This article outlines a framework for changing curricula in higher education in order to prepare students to succeed in the culturally diverse, globally interdependent world. It also provides some practical guidance for undertaking such change, placing emphasis on increasing faculty expertise in multicultural and global/international education.

Nilsson, B. (2003). Internationalisation at Home from a Swedish perspective: the case of Malmö. Journal of Studies in International Education, 7 (1), 27-40.

This is article describes the development of the Internationalisation at Home perspective and the action plan put in place by Malmö to involve the whole university.

Schapper, J., & Mayson, S. E. (2004) ‘Internationalisation of curricula: an alternative to the Taylorism of academic work’, Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management, Vol. 26, No. 2, pp. 189-205.

This paper draws on the work of others who highlight the complexity of internationalisation issues in the development and delivery of curricula and suggests a comprehensive programme of internationalisation that more effectively addresses the economic and social demands of the current global competitive environment. The authors argue for a programme of internationalisation that is counter-hegemonic, ongoing, comprehensive, multifaceted and integrated and we offer some practical suggestions to redefine the principles and practices of internationalisation within an Australian university.

Wachter, B. (2003) ‘An introduction: internationalisation at home in context’, Journal of Studies in International Education, Vol. 7, no. 1, pp. 5-11.

This article explores the origins of Internationalisation at Home (IaH) and situates the concept in its wider context.