The curriculum.

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"If you maintain a very Euro- or even UK-centric focus, I think what you teach starts to lose resonance for different groups of students"

Chris Ennew
Giving a broader perspective using culturally varied examples.

Short paper

Towards international 'graduateness' asks the question "what does it mean to "internationalise" the curriculum?" and tries to offer some broad principles for doing so, by paying brief attention to some important contributions from the literature on the subject. An important related question is "internationalisation for who?" and highlights the concern that such development benefit both home and international students, and also staff within the university.
(Towards international 'graduateness')

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Curriculum themes

"… the culture that a psychologist was working in will be reflected in his school of thought…."


"The focus is around cross-cultural, intercultural communication but it's also about respect, personal interactions, tolerance…."


"The decision was to teach UK spec but also to look at the principles… a much broader framework."

Nicola Pitchford
School of Psychology
Providing a cultural context to the discipline

David Clarke
School of Psychology
Graduate qualities: transferable skills and intercultural competence

Mike Clifford
Faculty of Engineering
National subject specifications and the international context

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