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Welcome to the ACU Internationalisation Community. This is a space for members of the ACU to come together and discuss their work, share their initiatives and intentions, and debate the future of higher education. 

Don't hesitate to get in touch if you have any questions, if you want to submit a piece on your own project or programme, or if you have any news, publications or upcoming events that you would like to share with fellow Community members.

The ACU Internationalisation Community takes guidance from a Steering Committee, however the Community is designed for all members and we encourage all feedback.

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tim goreA view from Brexit

Dr Tim Gore OBE, Chief Executive Officer, University of London Institute in Paris

Following his session on London-Paris: Building a new future in higher education at Going Global 2017, and working at a UK institution that has been based in Paris since the 19th century, Internationalisation Community Steering Committee member Dr Tim Gore asks if Brexit could be an opportunity to re-think boundaries and strategies for UK universities. Read more

Sonal Minocha University of Bournemouth - Hubs of Practice

Less transaction, more transformation: Leading globally engaged universities in a post-Brexit era

Dr Sonal Minocha, Pro Vice-Chancellor (Global Engagement), Bournemouth University, UK

The internationalisation of higher education has often been synonymous with favouring financial targets over exploring the benefits of multi-cultural, international scholarship. In this piece, Dr Sonal Minocha – Pro Vice Chancellor at Bournemouth University – explores an alternative approach. Read more

Colleagues from Malaysia and SOAS at a recent meeting

Reflecting on a successful partnership

Felix Rehnberg, Impact Officer, SOAS, University of London, UK

SOAS in the UK have been working alongside Universiti Malaysia Perlis and the University of Malaya from Malaysia on research management systems and structures for several months now. Felix Rehnberg from SOAS reflects on the motivations and benefits of such international collaboration for research managers. Read more

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LinkedIn group

Please use our dedicated ACU Internationalisation Community LinkedIn group to discuss any thoughts on your current work or ask questions about how fellow Community members may have handled an issue you are facing.

As a private group, the LinkedIn group is the ideal forum for members to connect, share information and events, ask questions, share best practice and get advice from peers across the Commonwealth.

Join the group by visiting the page and clicking on ‘Ask to join’. If you are already a member, the group has been created especially for the Community, so do get involved.