The "Excellence in Globalization" award category recognizes institutions that have excelled in expanding their reach and impact on a global scale. These institutions have effectively embraced internationalization strategies, fostering cross-cultural understanding, collaboration, and exchange. They have also successfully established strong global linkages and strategic frameworks for student mobility, collaborative research, conferences, curriculum enhancement, immersive programs, joint teaching, and exchange initiatives that have significantly internationalized both teaching and learning experiences in their institutions.
Showcase your institution's initiative, project, or service as part of a case study for the awards. The case study should clearly demonstrate the objective of the initiative, as well as the measurable impact it has had. It is important to support this impact with evidence and reports.
To help guide you in creating your case study, we have provided a few illustrations of enabling environments, initiatives, projects, services, technologies, and collaborations that have had a positive impact. However, please note that these examples are not exhaustive, and we encourage institutions to submit any initiative, project, or service they feel is deserving of recognition.
In addition to highlighting the impact of your initiative, it is important to discuss future plans and potential outcomes. This will demonstrate your institution's commitment to continued progress and innovation.
Overall, we want your case study to effectively communicate the value and success of your institution's work. By providing a well-presented and comprehensive description of your initiative and its impact, you will increase the chances of your institution being recognized and awarded for its work in the particular area.
- Institution’s overall vision and mission
- Institution’s focus on globalisation of education
- Role of the team members to promote globalisation at your institution
- Budget allocated for globalisation of education
- Policies on global partnerships and joint initiatives with educational institutions & corporates
- Objectives of the initiative
- Challenges faced
Initiative/ Project/ Service
Finalisation of the association
- How did the institute select the particular program/degree/partnership?
- Illustrate the process of how your institute identified the partnership opportunity and selected the same out of the many other options that were available
- How was the need identified, and how did you cover the journey from identifying the need to addressing the requirements?
Globalisation of Education
- What approach does your institute have to meet global standards in education?
- Does your institute elicit feedback on the curriculum from national and international faculty to achieve global standards? If yes, specify the process
- What is your approach / policy / strategy for attracting international students and faculty for exchange programs?
- Has the institute developed courses targeting international students? If so, how successful have they been? If no, explain the impediments
- Do you engage international partners in designing curriculum or in upgradation of curriculum?
- Do you include international best practices in your curriculum development process?
- Details of foreign exchange program or internship in international locations for students and faculty
Promotion and marketing
- How did you reach out and promote the programme to the existing and new students (e.g.: - frequency of participation in international education exhibitions and programmes)
- How does the institute support the partnership for the international counter-part, students visiting?
- Is your faculty trained to teach the international curriculum?
- Does your institute have the infrastructure to support the coursework for international education delivery?
Process and Outcome Metrics
The impact should be measurable and generic statements should be avoided. Supporting evidence should be provided in form of measurable reports and metrics to assist jury members in evaluation of impact.
- Students (Full time foreign students who visited institute for exchange programs, joint research, etc.)
- Faculty (Full time international and visiting faculty who visited your institute for exchange programs, teaching, research, etc.)
- Curriculum & Pedagogy (Global standard in education imparted, coursework changes, benefit of partnership etc.)
- Collaborations (Increased revenue, enhanced brand image etc.)
- Active MOUs
Technology and Collaboration
What are the innovative technologies led initiatives undertaken by the institution
- The innovative approaches and digital pedagogy that the faculty practice in their teaching & learning
- Leveraging technology to maximize the impact of the initiative/ project undertaken by the institution to improve the outcome
- Online mechanism for discovering your course and research offerings, connecting with stakeholders (existing students, teachers, alumni) and applying online for opportunities
- How do you promote your institution online?
- Any global online communities of stakeholders working on globalisation
- How do you ensure that all schools/dept are engaged in activities of globalisation?
- How do you work with peer institution for activities of globalisation?
What is the initiative/ project/ service taken to sustain the following:
- Steps you take to sustain the initiative/ project/ service
- Funding required to sustain initiative/ project/ service
- Impact of technology to scale up the initiative/ project/ service
- Any other
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