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I-HE2020 Digitally back and forth? New mobility patterns across Europe

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I-HE2020 Digitally back and forth? New mobility patterns across Europe

  1. 1. Digitally back and forth? New mobility patterns across Europe 1 I-HE2020 Bridging Event Oct 30th, 2020 Dr. Jesús Pineda, Section Digitalisation Image: @rawpixel.com via Freepik.com
  2. 2. Outline of the presentation 2 Icons: surang, Freepik, phatplus via Flaticon.com DAAD’s new Programs on VM Chances offered by virtual mobilitiy Impact of COVID-19 on higher education mobility Discussion
  3. 3. The context 3
  4. 4. The context 4 Five broad assessments: • Countries and institutions financially dependent on international students will have a large financial hole that many cannot fill through their own efforts alone • Expected lasting impact of the temporary shift to online education • The shape of student flows might change in the long term • Increased competition is to be expected • Questions of health security might play an important role for decisions about international student mobility.
  5. 5. DAAD analysis on COVID-19 5 DAAD study (2020): COVID-19 and the impact on international student mobility in Germany Since the beginning of the pandemic the DAAD seeks to provide a comprehensive overview of the current state of COVID-19 research and expertise in the field of international higher education: : www.daad.de/corona-studien
  6. 6. DAAD Study April/May 2020 6 ▪ International students at two-thirds of 268 German universities were unable to begin or continue their planned summer studies in the country as a result of the Covid-19 crisis, and some 80,000 students left the country following the outbreak, a German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) survey has confirmed. DAAD study (2020): COVID-19 and the impact on international student mobility in Germany COVID-19 - the impact on international student mobility in Germany
  7. 7. Institutional response: Teaching Modes 7 DAAD study (2020): COVID-19 and the impact on international student mobility in Germany
  8. 8. Offers to international students who could not physically participate 8 DAAD study (2020): COVID-19 and the impact on international student mobility in Germany
  9. 9. Estimation: How many international students will use this virtual offer? 9 DAAD study (2020): COVID-19 and the impact on international student mobility in Germany
  10. 10. Has your institution canceled study abroad exchange programs? 10 DAAD study (2020): COVID-19 and the impact on international student mobility in Germany
  11. 11. Lessons Learned since then? Photo: Victor He via Unsplash
  12. 12. 12 What has we learned? ▪ The COVID pandemic has triggered or accelerated many developments. The experiences have been often positive but have also triggered the desire for exchange and discussion on challenges, best practices and other issues. ▪ Experimentation has increased awareness of the possibilities and added value of digitalisation and has promoted the strategic integration of digital formats, structures and initiatives in many contexts. ▪ Infrastructures are necessary, but not sufficient for teaching- learning and collaboration contexts - mastering the necessary cultural change should be taken into account.
  13. 13. Application numbers in Germany 13 The desire to go abroad remains! 80% compared to last years applicants according to data by the DAAD and Uni Assist Numbers uni-assist
  14. 14. Some examples 14 DAAD’s Digital Program Portfolio
  15. 15. 15 Foto: Hans-Peter Gauster via Unsplash. International Mobility & Cooperation Digital
  16. 16. 16 I. International Mobility and Cooperation Digital (IMKD) The programme International Mobility and Cooperation through Digitalisation (IMKD) is targeted at universities which see digitalisation as an opportunity to rethink international university partnerships and want to use digital instruments as tools for their own internationalisation strategies. The universities are encouraged to recognise the “student journey” as the focus of their efforts and to implement digital elements in support of students on this journey.
  17. 17. 17 I. International Mobility and Cooperation Digital (IMKD)
  18. 18. 18 Foto: Hans-Peter Gauster via Unsplash. International Virtual Academic Collaboration (IVAC)
  19. 19. International Virtual Academic Collaboration 19 In total 61 projects at 54 higher education institutions will be financially supported until the end of 2021 The focus is on digital collaboration formats for students who work together - often interdisciplinary - to overcome disciplinary and cultural boundaries. The development of digital skills among university employees and students and the cross-university digitalization of processes in study, teaching and mobility are also supported. Further Information: https://www.daad.de/de/infos-services-fuer- hochschulen/weiterfuehrende-infos-zu-daad-foerderprogrammen/ivac/
  20. 20. 20 Foto: Hans-Peter Gauster via Unsplash. International Programs Digital
  21. 21. International Programs Digital 21 Central contribution to advancing the digitization of already successful internationally oriented Master's programs and support the universities in meeting the enormous increase in demand for digital study programs. In addition, it aims to create impulses and models for internationally compatible digitization standards at German universities. Further Information: https://www.daad.de/de/infos-services-fuer- hochschulen/weiterfuehrende-infos-zu-daad-foerderprogrammen/ip- digital/
  22. 22. New Mobility Patterns 22 Dr. Jesús Pineda Specialis of Section Digitalisation pineda@daad.de
  23. 23. Thank you for your attention. Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst (DAAD) German Academic Exchange Service Kennedyallee 50 53175 Bonn www.daad.de ©MichaelJordan 23

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