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Preparing for Tomorrow's Student: The 2019 Internationalization Collaborative

The diversity of student identities and life stages—students of color, adult learners, single parents, veterans, first-generation students, immigrants, and international students—is reflected on college and university campuses more now than…

The Phillip Schwartz Initiative: Providing Universities with the Means to Host Threatened Researchers

The Phillip Schwartz Initiative focuses on providing universitites and research institutions in Germany with the ability to support international researchers who are threatened in their immediate residency situation by external circumstances.…

Rights of Residence for Researchers from Non-EU States in Germany

International researchers from non-EU countries, who wish to live and conduct their research in Germany for a limited time, for example to work on their PhD Project, are always looking for Information which describes which case specifically…

Explore Europe with Cultural Gems

New app by the Joint Research Centre offers many interesting features to extend the scope of connection in Europe. The app lets you explore cultural sights and share information. Because culture matters in the realm of scientific research and…

Call for Papers: Internationalisation of Higher Education

The publication Internationalisation of Higher Education - Developments in the European Higher Education Area is looking to examine internationalisation processes on a global scale.  The theme of the second issue is “Regional Efforts in…

The Study in Europe Project

The European Commission and EU Delegration offices organize the Study in Europe Project and European Higher Education Fairs on a global scale. "At all fairs, you can meet European universities and higher education representatives face-to-face,…