Internationalisation in Economics workshop

Wednesday 7th September 2011, London School of Economics and Political Science

Attracting and supporting international students is an increasingly important aspect of higher education Economics: this workshops offers the opportunity to discuss, share and explore issues and practice to support internationalisation.

A draft programme of the day is now available.

This workshop will be run by Dr Margarida Dolan. Dr Dolan supports the development of lecturing practice in the UK and abroad. She co-authored “Motivating International Students. A practical guide to aspects of learning and teaching” (2009), a chapter in The Handbook for Economics Lecturers. She teaches on the New Lecturers of Economics programme, and leads a project on Inclusive Practices to Promote International Students’ Participation and Satisfaction funded by the Economics Network. Her session will look at inclusive practices.

Attracting and supporting international students is an increasingly important aspect of higher education Economics: this workshop offers the opportunity to discuss, share and explore issues and practice to support internationalisation.

Booking information

Who Should Attend?

Anyone interested in teaching economics at HE level (whether to economics, business studies or other students), especially:

  • Lecturers in higher and further education
  • Graduate teaching assistants
  • Library and information staff
  • University teaching support staff
  • Staff developers

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