Inclusive Practices to Promote International Students’ Participation and Satisfaction
An Economics Network funded project, 2010-11
Project leader: Dr Margarida Dolan
Our aim is to identify and disseminate inclusive practices to promote UK Economics students’ participation and satisfaction through the active engagement of international students of Economics in their own learning, in the learning of their peers and in the learning of teaching staff. It aims to facilitate a shift in perceptions, such that international students are viewed not as a burden (a ‘deficit perception’) but rather as a valuable resource for motivating the development of internationalised curricula in Economics, and the cross-cultural capabilities of all Economics students (a ‘value-added perception’).
- Report: Inclusive Practices to Promote International Students’
Participation and Satisfaction
- Presentation slides from session at Internationalisation workshop, 7th September 2011 (.pdf)