DescriptionCollaborative degrees in Finnish and Russian internationalisation: qui bono?
Svetlana Shenderova presents some results of her 5-year study regarding collaborative degree programmes implemented as part of internationalisation policies in Finland and Russia (EDUneighbours project, PI Dr Soc Sc Sirke Mäkinen). In particular, Svetlana addresses political economy drivers for internationalisation of higher education, their reflection at the university, programme, partnership and individual level, and the beneficiaries of internationalisation policies. Svetlana analyses master’s programmes with an option to obtain the second degree at the partner university (double degree), their institutional environments, stakeholders, and the results of funding tools usage. Her research is based on the analysis of stakeholder interviews conducted in Finnish and Russian universities in 2017, double degree graduate interviews in 2018, online survey in 2020 and data of website survey (2017, 2021), as well as literature review, policy and university level documents.
|Period||5 Jul 2022|
|Held at||Helsingin yliopiston Aleksanteri-instituutti|
|Degree of Recognition||Local|
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Russia-EU Internationalisation of Higher Education: Cooperation vs Competition?
Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceeding › Chapter › Scientific › peer-review
Rethinking internationalisation — post pandemic and war
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › General public
Collaborative degree programmes in internationalisation policies: the salience of internal university stakeholders
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › Scientific › peer-review
Towards Good Neighborliness with Higher Education Cooperation
Activity: Other › Leadership of a scientific program or project