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Literature on the internationalisation of higher education in Europe and beyond and on teaching and learning in international – especially English-taught – programmes is overwhelming, and it is beyond the scope of the IntlUni project to compile and sustain a list of such literature. In the reports that we produce, there are reference lists.

The list below comprises recent reports and literature on the internationalisation of higher education that has informed the work of the first year of the IntlUni project (2012-13)

Literature on the internationalisation of higher education

  • Beelen, J., & De Wit, H. (eds.). 2012. Internationalisation revisited. New dimensions in the internationalisation of higher education. Amsterdam: CAREM.
  • Brenn-White, M. & W. van Rest. 2012. English-Taught Master’s Programs in Europe:New Findings on Supply and Demand. Institute of International Education.
  • Caroll, J. & J. Ryan (eds). 2005. Teaching International Students. Improving Learning for All. Routledge.
  • De Moor, B. & P. Henderikx. 2013. International Curricula and Student Mobility . LERU Advice Paper # 12. 
  • De Wit, H. 2010. Internationalisation of Higher Education in Europe and its assessment, trends and issues. NVAO publication.
  • De Wit, H. 2011. Trends, Issues and Challenges in Internationalisation of Higher Education. Amsterdam: CAREM.
  • Deardorff, D.K., de Wit, H., Heyl, J. & Adams, T. (eds). 2012. The Sage Handbook of International Higher Education. Sage.
  • Doiz, A., D. Lasagabaster & J.M. Sierra. 2013. English-Medium Instruction at Universities. Clevedon: Multilingual Matters.
  • EUA. 2013. Internationalisation in European higher education: European policies, institutional strategies and EUA support. EUA Membership Consultation.
  • European Commission. 2013. European higher education in the world. Communication from the Commissions to the European Parliament, the Council, the European Economic and Social Committee and the Committee of the Regions. COM (2013) 499 final.
  • Hellstén, M. & A. Reid (eds). 2008. Researching International Pedagogies. Sustainable Practice for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education. Springer.
  • Hénard, F. & D. Roseveare. 2012. Fostering Quality teaching in Higher Education: Policies and Practices.  OECD. IMHE Institutional Management in Higher Education.
  • High Level Group on the Modernisation of Higher Education. 2013. Improving the quality of teaching and learning in Europe’s higher education institutions. Report to the European Commission.
  • Jones, E. & S. Brown (eds.). 2007. Internationalising Higher Education. Routledge.
  • Knight, J. 2008. Higher education in turmoil:The changing world of internationalization. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers. Education Library
  • Leask, B. (2009) Using formal and informal curricula to improve interactions between home and international students. Journal of Studies in International Education, Vol. 13, No. 2, 205-221).
  • Räsänen, A (2011) International classrooms, disciplinary cultures and communication conventions: a report on a workshop for content and language teachers. Quality Assurance Review for Higher Education, Bucharest: ARACIS, Vol.3, Nr.2, September 2011, p. 155-161.
  • Scudamore, R. 2013. Engaging home and international students: A new guide for lecturers. The Higher Education Academy.
  • Wächter, B. and Maiworm, F. (2008). English-taught programmes in European higher education. The picture in 2007. Bonn: Lemmens (ACA Papers on International Cooperation in Education).


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