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Managing internationalisation - combining a centralised and a decentralised approach

  • This article examines centralised and decentralised approaches towards managing internationalisation by means of a case study. Reutlingen University (Hochschule Reutlingen), a university of applied sciences in Southern Germany, has three decades of experience in managing internationalisation. Its strongly integrated and hybrid approach combines centralised and decentralised strategies with the aim of achieving responsiveness, innovation, transparency, quality, and goal alignment. Centralisation and decentralisation are manifested on two levels: university versus schools, and school versus individual programmes. Since internationalisation is embedded in virtually all areas of the university’s operations, examples will be provided ranging from administration and marketing to research, international programme management and curricula.

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Author of HS ReutlingenGrünewald, Hazel; Veit, Baldur
DOI:https://doi.org/10.36197/INT.4-2020.03
ISSN:2199-5125
Erschienen in:Internationalisation of higher education : developments in the European higher education area and worldwide
Publisher:DUZ Verlags- und Medienhaus
Place of publication:Berlin
Document Type:Article
Language:English
Year of Publication:2020
Issue:4
Page Number:24
First Page:36
Last Page:59
DDC classes:370 Erziehung, Schul- und Bildungswesen
Open Access?:Nein