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Higher Ed Internationalization: Development of New Partnership Models

The American Association of State Colleges and Universities and the French Embassy in the United States invite you to a workshop on the Internationalization of Higher Education, and new ways to initiate and strengthen partnerships.

The presentations are available at the bottom of the page.

This workshop aims at facilitating cooperation on student mobility between French and American institutions, including joint curricular initiatives. In a post-Covid world, those partnerships will be essential tools to stimulate transatlantic exchanges.

Agenda:

  • Overview of the Transatlantic Mobility Program and "Asymmetrical Reciprocity"
  • Workshops addressing specific topics related to partnership building/strengthening

Workshops:

  • Workshop 1: Short-term study abroad programs as the cornerstone of expanded partnerships (College of Staten Island, CUNY – Stephen Ferst)
  • Workshop 2: From Virtual to In Person (Texas A&M – Maria Alves, Arts et Métiers Institute of Technology – Regis Kubler
  • Workshop 3: Building International Dual Degree Programs (Sciences Po - Sylvain Quatravaux, University of California, Berkeley - Amber Dillon)

We encourage French and U.S. institutions to watch the recordings if you are interested in enhancing your cooperation, are ready to engage with potential partners; and open to networking with colleagues with similar interests and goals.

This workshop is part of a series of events co-organized with the Embassy of the United States in France and has been organized in partnership with AASCU

PDF icon Short Term Programs PDF icon Virtual to In Person - Preparation PDF icon Virtual to In Person - Presentation PDF icon Dual Degrees
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