Category Archives: Internationalisation Change Programme (ICP) in Faculty of Life Sciences

Back to work! Continuing the development of the EEB blended framework and the Internationalisation Project

Christmas and New Year are over, being the ambitious student I am, I think it’s about time  to get back to work! Due to the success of my UROP placement, I have been invited back part time to develop the … Continue reading

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Study Advice Session for the Spring Term

Today we had a successful meeting with Matt Daley (International Support Adviser) and Dr Michelle Reid (Study Adviser) for the delivery of sessions to start in the Spring Term (Jan-Apr 2003). Following our initial discussions with these study advisors (check … Continue reading

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Lunchtime session – Internationalisation Change Programme, Implications for Reading

Simon Sweeney, Higher Education Academy (HEA) Associate, will visit Reading in his capacity as advisor for the Internationalisation Change Programme supported by the HEA. He will also deliver a lunch time presentation and participate in a discussion with university staff. … Continue reading

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Personal reflections on “Visa and Work Placements for International Students”

Today I had the opportunity to attend a presentation on Tier 4 Visa National Students & Work Placements. The University’s Tier 4 Licence enables the recruitment of International Students.  Tier 4 students are allowed to undertake work placements as an … Continue reading

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Community of Practice (COP) Internationalising Student Support

Lunch time today was busy with the first Community of Practice (COP) Internationalising Student Support meeting. The COP Internationalising Student Support was recently established to share best practices and provide staff the opportunity to discuss current challenges and opportunities to … Continue reading

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Our work with the Study Advisers

Recent works in this project has seen a collaboration with the Study Advice. Matt Daley (International Student Adviser) and Dr Michelle Reid (Study Adviser) will be tailoring presentations to our students’s demography in the following: Going Global and Adjusting to … Continue reading

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Quick Progress on the ICP project

The past few weeks have been intertwined with meetings and our Evaluation Report on this project. I just recently got involved in this project (5 weeks ago) and am glad to say that despite the steep learning curve, much progress … Continue reading

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HEA Internationalisation Change Initiative Residential Programme

Last week I was fortunate enough to be part of the university’s team on the HEA  Internationalisation Change Initiative Programme held in Leeds. The 2-day residential programme was organised by the HEA and was indeed very fruitful to our work … Continue reading

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