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Internationalisation Of He Ojs Masterstudenter 09[1].06.08
Internationalisation Of He Ojs Masterstudenter 09[1].06.08
Internationalisation Of He Ojs Masterstudenter 09[1].06.08
Internationalisation Of He Ojs Masterstudenter 09[1].06.08
Internationalisation Of He Ojs Masterstudenter 09[1].06.08
Internationalisation Of He Ojs Masterstudenter 09[1].06.08
Internationalisation Of He Ojs Masterstudenter 09[1].06.08
Internationalisation Of He Ojs Masterstudenter 09[1].06.08
Internationalisation Of He Ojs Masterstudenter 09[1].06.08
Internationalisation Of He Ojs Masterstudenter 09[1].06.08
Internationalisation Of He Ojs Masterstudenter 09[1].06.08
Internationalisation Of He Ojs Masterstudenter 09[1].06.08
Internationalisation Of He Ojs Masterstudenter 09[1].06.08
Internationalisation Of He Ojs Masterstudenter 09[1].06.08
Internationalisation Of He Ojs Masterstudenter 09[1].06.08
Internationalisation Of He Ojs Masterstudenter 09[1].06.08
Internationalisation Of He Ojs Masterstudenter 09[1].06.08
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    • 1. Internationalisation and Globalisation of Higher Education in Norway Ole-Jacob Skodvin Deputy Director General Ministry of Education and Research Department of Higher Education
    • 2. Policy issues
      • Internationalisation important for a small country
      • Increased emphasis on the importance of seeing the national HE system in its international context
      • The Norwegian Quality reform:
        • Internationalization seen as a key area to enhance the quality of HE and research
        • Internationalization vital in realising Norway’s commitment to the Bologna process and to the creation of a European Research Area (ERA)
    • 3. Policy issues
      • Emphasis on quality has been strongly underlined as the underlying rationale for internationalisation through the implementation of the Norwegian Quality reform (2002 – 2006)
      • Internationalisation has been re-framed as a major instrument for the general objective of improving the quality of higher education, in both its teaching and learning aspects and in its research function
      • Internationalisation is emphasised both as an aim in itself and as a means to ensure quality in higher education and research in a much broader sense
    • 4. Policy issues
      • The quality of national higher education and research shall be measured by international standards, and not with reference to national standards alone
      • The Quality reform is also an adaptation of elements in the Bologna Process:
        • introducing the bachelor-master structure
        • a new grading system similar to the ECTS
        • increased modularisation of study programmes in Norway
    • 5. Internationalisation of HE in Norway – an overview
      • Multifaceted internationalisation of Norwegian HE:
        • A Nordic dimension
        • A Northern dimension
        • A European dimension
        • A Global dimension
    • 6. Future challenges and issues
      • The quality aspect: Internationalisation as a means to improve quality of education and research,
      • But also as a mechanism that can be used for:
        • profiling/marketing of institutions in the domestic higher education market
        • increase recruitment of qualified staff and students (in disciplines and fields where the recruitment of Norwegians is low)
        • stimulate and develop the research portfolio of the institutions (often as part of an ambition to increase institutional status i.e., become a university)
        • develop partnerships that can protect the institutions from mostly domestic, but also an expected increased international, competition
    • 7. Future challenges and issues – Policy responses
      • Internationalisation given priority through the Norwegian Quality Reform
        • Financial incentives: Introduction of a new result-based budgeting system that contains a premium that directly addresses internationalisation
        • Every study program should offer students a possibility to spend a period abroad
      • Stimulating HE-institutions to take on a more pro-active role concerning internationalisation
        • Developing study programmes in English (- tendency to increased number of study programs in English)
        • Establishment of joint degrees in collaboration with a foreign partner
    • 8. Future challenges and issues – Policy responses
      • Want to have more students abroad at graduate level rather than at the undergraduate level
        • A change in the student financing system implemented from 2004-05 is aimed at stimulating students on higher degrees and on exchanges and placements abroad
      • Special programs towards developing countries
      • The use of EU/Nordic programs
      • Bilateral exchange programs
    • 9. Future challenges and issues
      • Internationalisation in Norway: a non-profit activity
    • 10. Senter for internasjonalisering av høyere utdanning (SIU)
      • Programforvaltning
      • Profilering av Norge som studie- og forskningsland overfor utlandet
      • Informasjon og kommunikasjon
      • Kompetanseoppbygging for å fremme internasjonalt samarbeid i sektoren
      • Rådgiving og utredning for norske myndigheter
    • 11. Viktige program som berører studenter
      • EUs Program for livslang læring 2007-13
        • Erasmus og Erasmus Mundus (høyere utdanning)
        • Leonardo da Vinci – fag- og yrkesopplæring
        • Grundtvig – voksnes læring
        • Comenius – skoler og barnehager
      • Nordisk
        • Nordplus Høyere utdanning (MA)
    • 12. Viktige program som berører studenter
      • Norads program for masterstudier (NOMA)
      • Partnerskapsprogram med Nord-Amerika
      • Bilaterale program:
        • Russlandsprogrammet
        • Nordvestrusslandsprogrammet (NMR)
        • Vest-Balkan programmet
        • Frankrikeprogrammet - Toulouse (Økonomi og teknologi) etc…
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