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Helen Spencer-Oatey

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Helen Spencer-Oatey is Professor and Director of the Centre for Applied Linguistics at the University of Warwick, UK. She researches and publishes in many aspects of the intercultural field, including the internationalisation of higher education. She and her Warwick colleagues have developed extensive tools and resources for practitioners, many of which are freely available via the University of Warwick’s Global PAD website, www.globalpad.net

Recent Posts

New approaches to internationalisation in higher education

Posted by Helen Spencer-Oatey on May 15, 2018

In today’s employment market, employers are looking for students who can thrive and perform in a multicultural working environment. As a result, students are now looking at how well their chosen institution is equipping them to become employable globally. This is making internationalisation an increasingly important factor for education providers.

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Topics: Higher Education

What does it mean to foster ‘Global Graduates’?

Posted by Helen Spencer-Oatey on February 14, 2017

Numerous universities across the world are promoting internationalisation and trying to foster ‘global graduates’. However, it can be confusing to know what this really means and how it can be achieved.

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Topics: Higher Education