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Keskiviikko 6.5.2015

Economic challenges in Finland and the higher education Anne Brunila
Current strategic focus areas and future trends within internationalisation – a Nordic
perspective
Gro Tjore, Anders Ahlstrand
& Tiina Vihma-Purovaara
Finnish higher education in a global setting – the way forward Anita Lehikoinen

Torstai 7.5.2015

1.1 Rankings and their impact on Nordic higher eduction institutions
Nordic universities in international university rankings Fredrik Piro
Ranking at LU Richard Stenelo
1.2 Employability and integration of international graduates
Employability and integration of international graduates Lars Beer Nielsen
Employability and Integration of International Graduates Tiina Oinonen
1.3 Strengthening cooperation in marketing – A Nordic perspective
Education and branding – is there a link? Mary Gestrin
Team Finland presentation Timo Heino
Strengthening cooperation in marketing – A Nordic perspective Pauliina Mikkonen
& Malla Suntioinen
2.1 Assessing the quality of internationalization: the CeQuInt approach
A brief introduction to the Certificate for Quality in
Internationalisation
Axel Aerden
Certificate for Quality in Internationalisation –
Experiences from a reviewed Finnish institution
Arja Majakulma
Assessing the quality of internationalisation:
the CeQuint approach
Riitta Pyykkö
2.2 Tuition fees for non-European students – the changed context
Payment of tuition fees for students from outside the
EU/EEA studying in Denmark
Peter Grønnegård
Four years with tuition fees in Sweden Anders Ahlstrand
Tuition fees at LU Richard Stenelo
2.3 Transforming the world map of education – cooperation with the BRICS countries
SIU’s BRICS-project 2013/14 Arne Haugen
BRICS panel Tiina Vihma-Purovaara
Transforming the world map of education – cooperation with the
BRICS countries: The Danish Case
Mads Flyvholm
Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) – Finnish Consortium Cooperation Kiruthika Srinivasan

Raportit

1.1 Rankings and their impact on Nordic higher education institutions

1.3 Strengthening cooperation in marketing – A Nordic perspective

2.1 Assessing the quality of internationalization: the CeQuInt approach

2.2 Tuition fees for non-EU/EEA students – the changed context

2.3 Transforming the world map of education – cooperation with the BRICS countries