The COVID-19 pandemic and the suspension of international mobility, as well as underfunding of higher education and chronic inequality in South Africa and around the world, mark a pivotal point for internationalisation of higher education. While the pandemic has been a great disruptor, we have also seen innovation and creativity in higher education and internationalisation globally.
The current situation compels us to work hard to bring about positive change in higher education, internationalisation and our societies at large. The IEASA virtual conference explored the contributions’ internationalisation can make towards a more inclusive and socially just world. The engagements, talks and presentations focused on internationalisation practices, approach, definitions, challenges and possibilities in the quest for a fairer world.
The 23rd annual IEASA conference brought together leaders, experts, researchers, educators, academics, practitioners, students and innovators interested in international higher education to share thoughts, research findings, lived experiences and best practice examples. Sessions and poster presentations at the conference offer a wide variety of engagements and discussions, such as:
In order to access the videos and the presentations, please click on conference website and log in – https://ieasa-conference.studysa.org/programme/