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Edinburgh Global

Annual Report 2009


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Contents Vice Principal International’s Foreword

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Strategic and Managerial Oversight of the Internationalisation Strategy

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Internationalisation Project Reports

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We will provide easily accessible information about the range of our international activity and what we offer.

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Edinburgh Global website

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Internationalisation Strategy

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Edinburgh Global News

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International Press

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Alumni Networks

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We will offer a learning and living experience that explicitly meets the needs and expectations of international as well as domestic students.

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Recruitment & Admissions

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EUCLID

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Postgraduate Taught Programmes

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Edinburgh International Development Centre

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Global Academies

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Market Research & Regional Focus Groups

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Global Students

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Responding to International Student Feedback

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Scholarships

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We will best prepare our students to thrive in and contribute to an increasingly interdependent world.

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Student Mobility Careers Support for International Students Induction support for International Students

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We will focus on building strategic partnerships in a limited number of countries or regions.

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India China

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We will secure a greater volume of resources from international research partnerships and increase the use of our intellectual property worldwide.

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We will continue to develop a strong international focus and awareness in all our staff and in all that we do.

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Highlights of the Year

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APPENDIX 1

Membership and Remit of the Internationalisation Executive

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APPENDIX 2

Membership and remit of the Internationalisation Projects Group

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APPENDIX 3

International Visits 2009

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Vice Principal International’s Foreword ‘Our aspiration is to become a place of first choice in the minds of the world’ Your University needs you… 2009 saw the launch of Edinburgh Global, our broad-ranging and ambitious Internationalisation Strategy, setting out how we propose to deliver on our aspiration of becoming ‘a place of first choice in the minds of the world’. This expediently coincided with the University being ranked among the THES top 20 universities in the world, providing external recognition of Edinburgh as a truly global institution. This accolade has not led to complacency. On the contrary, staff (academic and support) and students across the University have increased their commitment to the cause and activity has grown. Internationalisation is clearly a university-wide endeavour involving the entire community, which is here to stay. This Annual Report surveys the considerable achievements of the past year. These include negotiating the opening of a new University office in India, signing of a groundbreaking Collaborative Stem Cell Research Agreement with Peking University, foundation of the prestigious Desmond Tutu and Julius Nyerere Scholarships, launching a Global Health Academy and more… Our aim for 2010 is ‘more of the same’. With your help, we will build on these early achievements to develop a successful and sustainable internationalisation strategy - one that makes a genuine difference and casts the University of Edinburgh in its true global light.

_________________________ Stephen Hillier Vice Principal International

Strategic and Managerial Oversight of the Internationalisation Strategy To lead the new Internationalisation Strategy, a Vice-Principal International was appointed in October 2008, supported by Deans International for India, China and Europe and subsequently, in 2009, College Deans International. It was fully recognised that the Strategy would only succeed if it was ‘owned’ by the University community with clear lines of communication. An Internationalisation Executive (Appendix 1), was convened that would fully integrate College and School-level global priorities while providing strategic and managerial oversight of the Internationalisation Strategy. An Internationalisation Project Group was also established (Appendix 2), which meets fortnightly to implement the University Internationalisation Strategy. The immediate task was to engage Schools, Colleges and Services in the internationalisation process. An Internationalisation Planning Workshop with University-wide representation was held in January 2009. The outcome was a comprehensive implementation plan of defined internationalisation projects. This Annual Report 2009 charts progress within these projects and beyond.

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Internationalisation Project Reports The Internationalisation Strategy highlights 6 broad objectives as follows:

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We will provide easily accessible information about the range of our international activity and what we offer.

Achievements/deliverables within this objective:

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at staff, on programme students, prospective students, alumni and the world at large.

Edinburgh Global website

In June 2009, the Edinburgh Global website (www. ed.ac.uk/edinburgh-global) was successfully delivered – an international gateway to the University covering news, features, graduates, affiliates, academic engagement, research impact/expertise and student resources. This high priority project, led by Information Services (VP Knowledge Management) and Communications & Marketing, developed a fit for purpose website highlighting international aspects and activity of the University. The University Website Project Board recently approved the addition of a highly visible Edinburgh Global navigation button on the university homepage. An Edinburgh Global Website Editorial Team, Steering Group and Roadmap for 2010 are now in place.

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International Press

A second International Press & PR Officer was appointed in February 2009, supported by the Internationalisation Strategy Fund, to build improved external communications and work to affirm the Edinburgh brand globally. The appointee has specialist knowledge of the media in the US and Canada which compliments existing expertise in China. University of Edinburgh coverage in 2009 has included the New York Times, the Washington Post, the Economist and Le Monde.

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Alumni Networks

Alumni clubs in the USA were augmented by establishing a new legal and tax structure. Clubs are now active in New York, Boston, Washington DC and Atlanta with new clubs forming in San Francisco and LA.

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Internationalisation Strategy

The Internationalisation Strategy was designed, published and launched in June 2009.

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Edinburgh Global News

Edinburgh Global News was initiated, a regular newsletter encompassing international events, external and internal announcements, guest lectures, visits and funding opportunities aimed 3

Major alumni events were held in California (June 2009), Boston, New York, and Washington DC (November 2009), and Brussels (December 2009). Vice Principal for Development travelled to Moscow and Nigeria, representing the University at events and developing new networks.


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We will offer a learning and living experience that explicitly meets the needs and expectations of international as well as domestic students.

Achievements/deliverables within this objective:

2.1

Recruitment & Admissions

The University’s Strategic Plan 2008-2012 aims to increase non-EU international student headcount by 1,000 by 2012. In 2007-08, the University’s headcount of non-EU international students was 3,923 and, utilising this as a baseline, the 2012 target is 4,923. At 1 December 2009, our headcount, at 4,678, was 755 higher than in 2007-08, and this figure will increase over the academic year 2009-10. This is a substantive increase given the challenges over the last cycle including the new UKBA immigration system, swine flu, global competition and recession. An Admissions and Recruitment Executive was established in 2009 to facilitate discussion between Colleges, Schools, Student Recruitment & Admissions, Communications & Marketing and the International Office. Assistant Principal PGT, Vice-Principal Research and Vice Principal International have worked closely with Colleges and Schools to identify and agree appropriate incentives and remove barriers that hinder increasing the provision of top-quality postgraduate programmes and places. Various operational groups were convened to co-ordinate /manage policy and practice: • International UG Qualifications Subgroup • Postgraduate Recruitment and Admissions Taskforce • Visiting Student Recruitment Group A generic post of Postgraduate Recruitment and Admissions Manager was established to coordinate activity and communicate best practice. A Postgraduate Open Day was held to assist applicants to make informed choices. A comprehensive training programme was developed and delivered to support staff working at all levels of the admissions process.

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Edinburgh competes for funding and students, contains organisations with higher standards of student record system. The EUCLID Project, although now operating on a revised, reduced scope, has significantly modernised and improved Edinburgh’s admissions systems with increased applications across the Colleges.

2.3 Postgraduate Taught Programmes The University’s Strategic Plan 2008-2012 also includes a target to increase our headcount of taught postgraduate students by 50% by 2012. Our headcount in 2007-08, the baseline year, was 3,829, therefore a 50% increase represents an increase of 1,915 postgraduate taught students and a 2012 headcount target of 5,744. New Postgraduate Taught Programmes commencing in 2009 included: • International Health: Non Communicable Diseases • Quantitative Cell & Molecular Imaging • Art in the Global Middle Ages • Digital Studio Practice • Cultural Studies • Finance and Risk • Counselling (Interpersonal Dialogue) • Integrated Service Development • Diaspora and Migration History • Archaeological Science • Scottish History • History • European Studies • American Literature • Critical Theory • Ethics and Political Philosophy • Multi-Level and Regional Politics • Global Crime, Justice and Security • Africa and International Development • Advanced Social Work Studies (Mental Health)

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The global university environment, in which 4


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2.4 Edinburgh International Development Centre A Steering Group was convened to ensure that the role and governance of the EIDC meets College and School expectations. The Centre’s objectives include developing and managing programmes of activity that best portray the University’s actual and potential contributions to International Development. Highlights in 2009 have included the award of a UNESCO Chair, hosting a U21 Global Thematic Meeting on Food Security and the launch of the Global Health Academy.

mapping to a particular overarching theme, showcasing a portfolio of Cert/Dip/Masters/CPD qualifications based on face-to-face, online and blended teaching. A Global Development Academy hosted within the College of Humanities and Social Science is under development and will launch in 2010.

2.6 Market Research & Regional Focus Groups Deans International for China, India and Europe were appointed in late 2008. Recognising the need for comparable pooling of expertise in other geographical regions, Regional Focus Groups were proposed in 2009. Senior academics will be given responsibility for co-ordinating activities in specific countries or regions supported by a group of ‘champions’ for each region/country. This will allow greater investment in market research in priority countries and quicker more flexible responses to new opportunities.

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Global Students

The Edinburgh University Students’ Association in tandem with International Office staff has engaged enthusiastically with the Internationalisation Strategy by: • Promoting integration between international and domestic students through buddy schemes, hospitality schemes, and the Global Horizons Festival. • Representing the student body on the Internationalisation Executive.

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Global Academies

The concept of Global Academies, emerging from the overarching umbrella organisation of the Edinburgh International Development Centre (EIDC), was successfully introduced with the launch of the Global Health Academy in November 2009 (www.globalhealthacademy.ed.ac.uk/). The Global Health Academy has provided a stepchange in the way that this theme is projected to the outside world. The creation of a series of Global Academies offers the opportunity to build a new business model to support significant growth in international PGT through a combination of conventional and online distance learning delivery. Global Academies aim to build on the quality and diversity of interdisciplinary teaching and research at Edinburgh. Each Academy will provide a prospectus of Research and Masterslevel programmes from across the University

• Lobbying for improvements in the international student experience in, e.g. immigration issues, academic and language support, orientation, housing and financial issues.


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2.8 Responding to International Student Feedback International student feedback has highlighted priority areas of concern and Corporate Services have responded as follows. Accommodation Services: • Continuing to develop online processes for accommodation application and contract/ acceptance, flat inspections and return of deposits. • Moving to the Residence Life student welfare structure initiated with appointment of coordinator from the USA • Improving customer services training for staff • Continuing to develop survey methodologies and fora to ensure regular review of students’ concerns • Reviewing impact with focus groups and survey assessment • upgrading datacom (Resnet) services in halls • upgrading catering and social facilities at Pollock Halls • building John Burnett House providing additional residential accommodation for international students • considering expanding accommodation guarantees given to international students • Protocols for International students opening bank accounts have been further refined

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Scholarships

The following measures were taken to encourage the best international students to study in Edinburgh: • University of Edinburgh International Master’s Scholarships rebadged as Edinburgh Global Master’s Scholarships and Undergraduate International Scholarships as Edinburgh Global Undergraduate Scholarships. • 20 Edinburgh Global Master’s Scholarships (2009-2010) funded by the International Strategy Fund (£65K). • 10 University of Edinburgh “Homecoming Scotland” Scholarships established for Masters study in any subject for the 2010-2011 session.

• Desmond Tutu Scholarship set up to commemorate the Honorary Degree of Doctor of Divinity conferred on the Most Reverend Desmond Tutu in May 2009. The University will offer a Scholarship to a student from Africa for Master’s study within the School of Divinity from 2010/11. • Julius Nyerere Master’s Scholarships - two new scholarships will be available to students from Tanzania for 2010/11 in honour of alumnus Julius Nyerere who led Tanganyika to independence in 1961. • Contributing to Scotland’s Saltire Scholarships for students undertaking Masters study from Canada, China, India and the USA. • 2 University of Edinburgh Sichuan Province Master’s Scholarships • The University will be offering the Birzeit Chevening Scholarship, Malaysia Chevening Scholarship, and Russia Chevening Scholarships and awarding for the first time in 2010-2011 the Gaza Chevening Scholarship. 6


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We will best prepare our students to thrive in and contribute to an increasingly interdependent world.

Achievements/deliverables within this objective:

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Student Mobility

The University’s Strategic Plan 2008-2012 includes a target to increase the proportion of our students attending another international institution by 50% by 2012. Based on 466 students in 2007-08, this represents a target figure of 699 by 2012. The International Office has developed and implemented a range of projects in 2009 to support this objective: Student Exchange Ambassadors have been appointed to assist in the promotion of study abroad and provide insight and advice to encourage greater student mobility. The students represent a variety of academic disciplines and have a broad range of study abroad experience. A Student Exchange promotion strategy has been developed with the Exchange Ambassadors and EUSA to target study abroad information to first and second year undergraduates in the College of Humanities and Social Science and the College of Science and Engineering. The strategy includes: • Presentations to targeted groups of students in specified academic areas; • Increased Exchange Fairs across the year to increase visibility • Student Blogs to enable students currently on exchange to relay their experiences; • Facebook presence to capitalise on social networking • Marketing campaigns to promote exchanges via EUSA • Delivery of Exchange events for returning and departing students • Production of a new student exchange booklet 10 students funded to participate in the LERU Bright 2009 Conference in Milan focussing on food and water security and climate change. The International Office offers weekly student exchange clinics, both in the central area and Kings Buildings. Over 480 students attended 7

these clinic sessions across September and October and over 800 attended the 2009 Exchanges Fair. An IT platform for study abroad has been introduced to improve the management of student exchange and further the development of study abroad promotion, application and evaluation. The new system will also enable the University to better manage the risks associated with students studying abroad. The International Office has also been reviewing how to enhance the international experience of students who are unable to study internationally for personal or academic reasons. Activity in this area has involved the following: • Conference at the University in February 2010 with Careers and Scottish European Education Trust to promote learning, living and working in Europe. • Better promotion of IAESTE internships with Careers Service • European Alumni Dinner to increase internships • Global Horizons Festival


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3.2 Careers Support for International Students Enhancing career support has focussed on differentiating the needs of a heterogeneous group of students and making access to appropriate support more visible. Analysis of the current position through examination of International Student Barometer data and 3 focus groups highlighted: differing expectations from different student groups; a desire for events targeted at international students; a need for clear visa and employment legislation information; a need for pre-entry and early input to PGT programmes. More targeted and higher profile events e.g. NI number drop-in, Virtual China Careers Fair, bespoke Standard Life and PricewaterhouseCoopers presentations, Working in the UK for international students sessions have been well received. Increased publicity and partnership working, such as through the Global Horizons event has ensured these events are well attended. This has had a knock on effect on international students accessing one-to-one support. In 2007/8 31% of Careers Service users were non-UK, this rose to 41% in 2008/9 with over 2450 non-UK students accessing one-to-one support.

• A trial project was funded which extends induction and skill development through the first semester, supporting postgraduate taught students as they go through the first academic cycle of learning and assessment. • An online resource which will support International Students in writing for arts projects has been commissioned. • By increasing support to the Chaplaincy, which is a place where students from many religions and none encounter peers and supportive Edinburgh staff, it was recognised that induction processes are ongoing throughout a student’s residence in Edinburgh, and that informal and timely solutions are often the only effective ones.

In keeping with Strategy we have looked to support internationalisation in its broadest sense: supporting and promoting the Saltire Foundation Internship programme; organising and hosting an Living, Learning and Working in Europe; investigating the first career destinations of students who had participated in year abroad activities and producing case studies highlighting the positive.

3.3 Induction support for International Students Induction has been a focus of study and development within the University over the past year. The recognition that International Students have intensive induction requirements has led to exploration and development of current levels of support as follows: • Diverse and loosely coordinated induction events and the literature used to support these, have been audited. Through focus group meetings, mutual awareness of activities has been heightened, and through the production of a detailed timetable for Freshers’ Week, coordination of events has been improved. • Support available for the academic induction of International staff has been improved. 8


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We will focus on building strategic partnerships in a limited number of countries or regions. Strategic activity in 2009 has largely centred on further development of the China office and the delivery of a new office in India. Funds were released to the Colleges to pump prime the Internationalisation Strategy at grass roots level, including strategic visits/partnership building. A review of partnerships co-ordinated, development implemented.

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existing international academic is being undertaken and a centralised approach to the of new partnerships will be

India

Activity in India has been gearing up towards the launch of the University of Edinburgh India Office in Mumbai in 2010 and an office manager has now been appointed. Through investment in recruitment activity, marketing and PR, alumni development and most significantly, in high quality research partnerships, the new office will aim to create a compelling illustration of the University’s world class strengths and an improvement in the perception of external observers in India. In 2009 the following India-related events took place: • India Strategy Paper finalised • Kolkata Alumni Burns Supper • Signing of agreement with the Tata Institute for Fundamental Research • Delhi Commonwealth Games 2010 Taskforce established • UK-India Business Council Summit attended

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China

The China Office, directed by Dr Nini Yang, has continued to endeavour to enhance the University’s profile and reputation in China with top-rank Chinese universities, government and other bodies, by developing research and educational links and awareness of opportunities. The China Office relocated in 2009 to a prestigious location in the diplomatic residence compound in Beijing. A full report on the activities of the China Office is available but highlights of 2009 included: • Peking University Health Science Centre Stem Cell initiative launched April 2009 • Tsinghua University - joint degree proposal in Computer Science (under approval by the Chinese Ministry of Education) • Beijing Film Academy perform Midsummer Night’s Dream in Edinburgh Festival Fringe August 2009 • Chinese government National Academy of Education Administration (NAEA) invite Edinburgh to contribute to Chinese University Leadership Program in UK in November. • Beihang University and Edinburgh sign 2+2 U/G Engineering programme agreement A new International Officer with responsibility for student recruitment in China, Hong Kong and Taiwan was appointed in 2009. The Confucius Institute for Scotland, based in Edinburgh received the “award of excellence” for the third time in a row - no other Institute in the world has received the award three times.


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We will secure a greater volume of resources from international research partnerships and increase the use of our intellectual property worldwide. Activity in the last year has focused on building knowledge on international funding opportunities and making contacts for the priority countries including the U.S. Two visits to Washington have taken place.

The first in July 2009 concentrated on establishing links with key funders, including the National Institute for Health’s (NIH) Fogarty International Centre and the National Science (NSF) Foundation. The second visit in December 2009 was as invited speaker to the National Council of

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Entrepreneurial Technology Transfer venturing event. Other meetings were held in Washington with various government agencies, including the Science and Innovation Network (SIN) (part of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office), and the Scottish Affairs Office, whose remit is to raise Scotland’s profile on Capitol Hill with Congress and the Senate. They have established a friends of Scotland caucus and 30 of the 100 Senators are currently members. To share intelligence on research funding opportunities, four International Research Funding events were held, one each for India, China, Europe and the U.S. The events involved academic speakers sharing experience on building networks and collaborating with international partners. Dedicated web pages have been established, providing up-to-date funding opportunities. These activities have assisted the objective of seeking engagement with major international funders by establishing excellent links, particularly in the US, and identifying funds that are potentially available to aid networking, workshops and collaborative research going forward.

We will continue to develop a strong international focus and awareness in all our staff and in all that we do.

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• A new leadership development programme has looked at inclusive styles of leadership and coaching. • New Performance and Development Review Guidance takes account of international staff needs. • New Equality & Diversity web-site addresses needs of international staff.

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Highlights of 2009

January

September

• Internationalisation Strategy Project Planning Workshop • Burns Supper in Kolkata

• Representative for new India Office appointed

February

• Edinburgh ranked in top 20 in the THE QS World University Rankings 2009 • Scottish Council for Development and Industry’s Award for Outstanding International Achievement in Scotland’s Universities 2009.

• Tata Institute for Fundamental Research agreement signed

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April • Peking University Health Science Centre Stem Cell Agreement signed

November May • U21 Joint PhD Programme launched in Korea

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Global Health Academy launched Julius Nyerere Day U21 Food Security Workshop Global Horizons

June • Launch of the new Internationalisation Strategy ‘Edinburgh Global’ and website

July • Desmond Tutu Scholarship announced

August • Beijing Film Academy perform A Midsummer Night’s Dream in the McEwan Hall

December • China Office relocates within Beijing • College of Humanities and Social Science awarded prestigious Fulbright Chairs.

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APPENDIX 1

Membership and Remit of the Internationalisation Executive The Internationalisation Executive (IE), to be convened by the VP International, will meet quarterly and report regularly to Principal’s Strategy Group.

Membership Professor Stephen Hillier, VP International (Chair) Mr Alan Mackay, Head International Office Professor David Argyle, Dean International (College of Medicine & Veterinary Medicine) Professor Jeremy Bradshaw, Dean International (College of Medicine & Veterinary Medicine) Ms Hazel Cox (Secretary to CMVM International Committee) Dr Graeme Smith, Dean International (College of Humanities & Social Sciences) Mrs Janet Rennie (Convener, CHSS International Committee) Professor Robin Wallace, Dean International (College of Science & Engineering) Secretary to CSE International Committee - tbc Mr Evan Beswick, Vice-President Academic Affairs, EUSA Ms Camilla Pierry Vice President Societies & Activities, EUSA Mr Jake Broadhurst, International Projects Manager Dr Dorothy Watson, Senior Administrative Officer International (Secretary) *Professor Andrew Scott, Dean International (Europe) Professor Natascha Gentz, Dean International (China) Professor Abhay Abhyankar, Dean International (India) * co-opted members

Remit The Executive’s remit will include: • Building the Internationalisation Strategy into a University-wide globalisation endeavour that fully harnesses staff and student input from across the Schools and Colleges. • Supporting the VP International in providing strategic and managerial oversight of the Internationalisation Strategy Fund • Mapping and monitoring cross-College internationalisation activity • Optimising internal and external communications • Seeking and securing new internationalisation opportunities • Mobilising effective financial and marketing instruments • Monitoring achievements against targets • Enhancing the student and staff experience • such other business as may be referred to the Executive by PSG.

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APPENDIX 2

Membership and remit of the Internationalisation Projects Group Membership • VP International, Prof Stephan Hillier (Convener) • Director of the International Office, Alan Mackay • Deputy Directory of the International Office, Sandra Morris • Senior Administrative Officer International, Dr Dorothy Watson • International Projects Manager, Jake Broadhurst Invited Deans International – Country/Region & Colleges Remit • Scope and define projects that forward the University Internationalisation Strategy • Monitor, evaluate and ensure delivery of intended project outputs • Provide an opportunity for the VP International to inform the International Office and Projects Team of developments and launch new initiatives • Report to the Internationalisation Executive.

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APPENDIX 3 International Visits 2009 In 2009, around 40 international delegations from 20 different countries were received.

Name of Institution

Country

The Australian National University

Australia

Macquarie University

Australia

University of Montreal

Canada

University of British Columbia

Canada

Peking University

China

China University of Petroleum

China

Beijing Film Academy

China

University of Science and Technology of China

China

Fudan University

China

Guangzhou Medical University

China

National Academy of Education Administration

China

Chinese Academy of Social Sciences

China

University of Economics, Prague

Czech Republic

Al Azhar University Cairo

Egypt

University of Technology Compiègne

France

Montpellier III University

France

Heidelberg University

Germany

Utrecht University

Holland

Iranian Embassy

Iran

Tsukuba University

Japan

National Museum of Ethnology, Osaka

Japan

Tohoku University

Japan

Kagawa University

Japan

Kuwaiti Embassy

Kuwait

Tecnologica de Monterrey

Mexico

UNAM

Mexico

University of Auckland

New Zealand

VNIIGAZ

Russia

King Saud University

Saudi Arabia

Saudi Deputy Minister for Educational Affairs

Saudi Arabia

High Commissioner

Senegal

Nanyang Polytechnic

Singapore

Singapore Institute of Applied Technology

Singapore

National University of Singapore

Singapore

Institut Ramon Llull

Spain

Zurich Canton Government

Switzerland

National Yang Ming University

Taiwan

Minister for Higher Education and Former President

Tanzania

University of Virginia

USA

Yale University

USA

Arcadia University

USA

Portland Oregon Wave Energy Trust

USA

Indian Council of Agricultural Research

India

Anna University Chennai

India

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