“Internationalization at Home is the purposeful integration of international and intercultural dimensions into the formal and informal curriculum for all students, within domestic learning environments.” – Beelen & Jones (2015)
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For detailed explanation, please refer to Internationalisation at Home in practice (Jones & Reiffenrath, 2018).
Despite being in common usage for more than 30 years, there is still no one agreed definition of IoC (Knight, 2013). Over the years it has meant different things to different people in different institutions at different times.
Internationalisation of the curriculum is the incorporation of an international and inter-cultural dimension into the content of the curriculum as well as the teaching and learning processes and support services of a program of study (Leask, 2009, p. 209).
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