Teaching and Learning
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It's been interesting to see how students respond to the material in a different context, and it's really broadened my horizons to the way in which my own research area is received in different cultural settings. I think that has been invaluable, and has resulted in new collaborative research projects. 


Louise Mullany, School of English Studies

The international dimension and having international academics working on the same module gives you the same level of rigour as writing a textbook.

Chris Barnatt, Business School

Reciprocity: learning from the international experience

"I think the reciprocity thing works at a number of different levels …"

Blog post with full transcript


An internationalised curriculum might mean …


What colleagues are saying about internationalisation 

More about internationalisation from the "Talking of teaching" blog

at Nottingham ... 

Knowledge Without Borders Network (KWBN)

  • A collaboration between academic and professional staff to develop our policies and practices with regard to internationalisation. KWBN

International office
[ UK | China | Malaysia ]

  • Guidance for staff and students on study-abroad opportunities and support available for international activity

Inter-campus staff mobility fund (Login required)

  • Funding to support travel between campuses



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