International education professionals across Europe have widely accepted the US announcement to suspend travel for non-US nationals from 26 Schengen Area countries for 30 days as a means to contain the spread of coronavirus.
EAIE's latest report explored whether or not European institutions leverage internationalisation activities to generate income, revealing that the UK is "particularly sensitive" to money matters when compared with continental counterparts.
Educators must band together and equip students with the skills needed to tackle current global problems such as rising nationalism and climate change, delegates heard at the EAIE conference in Helsinki.
Building on 2018's second edition of EAIE Barometer, the EAIE has launched the next report in the series in an effort to highlight what 'successful' internationalisation looks like in European higher education.
The second annual 'EAIE Barometer', looking at HE internationalisation across Europe, has revealed what researchers describe as a surprisingly homogenous approach to practices intended to boost institutional internationalisation.