Internationalisation of the Curriculum (IoC)
Would you like to start the IoC process within your own course, study programme, or higher education institution? Are you looking for knowledge, tips and tools on how to integrate internationalisation into education? You have come to the right place! From 2017-2020, KI was awarded a Strategic Grant from STINT with the aim to create a framework for the internationalisation of the curriculum of study programmes.
What is IoC?
Find out more about the IoC framework and process that we have adapted for our purposes.
Why and who to involve?
Learn about our stakeholders and how we chose the pilot programmes.
Meet the team, the experts and the partners
A diverse project team, national partners and international experts enabled the use of innovative and evidence-based approaches to IoC.
How to make IoC sustainable?
Find out how to integrate IoC in your institution's routine operations.
Tools and solutions for the IoC process
Before you get started
Before you start the process with the study programmes, think of engaging leadership, using constructive alignment and planning the tools for each of the five steps for IoC.
Supporting the process
Engaged teachers are crucial in the IoC process, it is key to select those who are ready and willing.
By involving students as partners in the IoC process, you will ensure the curriculum reflects their ideals and expectations. Students are our greatest resource.
Support services need to be engaged so as to anchor and support the formal curriculum. Find out how we do it here.
In order to integrate the IoC process holistically, be mindful of how you are going to be working with your institution's Unit for Teaching and Learning.
Communication is key in a project
By communicating a project internally and externally in a consistent and structured way, you will strengthen knowledge of the project development but also create awareness and engagement.