The second of two podcast episodes from Dr Jenna Mittelmeier and Dr Sylvie Lomer of the University of Manchester, discussing the recent Internationalisation and students' outcomes or experiences literature review, which was authored by them along with colleagues.
In this episode they discuss the key themes and findings from the report, as well as the potential lessons for academics when looking to develop the student experience and improve outcomes at their institution.
The first podcast episode can be found here.
This series of podcasts is part of Advance HE's review of its Student Success Frameworks, you can find out more about the Frameworks and the review here.
The views expressed in this podcast are those of the speakers and not necessarily those of Advance HE.
Advance HE recognises there are different voices with differing views and approaches in the provision of higher education from around the world, this includes how institutions may choose to enhance their curricula.
Advance HE members can listen to the second episode below.
Internationalisation and students' outcomes or experiences
The project centres around the literature review 'Internationalisation and students’ outcomes or experiences: A review of the literature 2011-2021' which illustrates 11 dominant themes in internationalisation literature since 2011, which are categorised according to their level of demonstrable impact on students. The review outlines known evidence about “what works” across internationalisation practices and highlights key areas where further research is needed.