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Global Education Profiler (GE-P)

How internationalised is your university?

There is more to internationalisation than a diversified body of students/staff. Truly internationalised institutions pay attention to the quality of their internationalisation process (see also the 4-stage model of internationalisation) and ensure that students become fully integrated, socially and academically, into a multicultural campus, thereby helping them develop the 'global graduate' skills that are highly sought after by employers.

The GE-P is a diagnostic tool - not just a benchmarking device

Our Global Education Profiler is a diagnostic tool that helps you identify what kind of global learning environment your students are experiencing. It is very different from traditional measures of internationalisation.

  Facet of internationalisation Traditional GE-P

Primarily aimed at

BENCHMARKING

Composition: international students X  
Composition: international staff X  
Incoming & outgoing student mobility X  
International student support X  
International joint projects X  

Primarily aimed at

POLICY MAKING & MANAGEMENT

Social integration   X
Academic integration   X
Communication skills   X
Foreign Language skills   X
Global graduate skills   X


Insights provided by the GE-P

The Global Education Profiler measures students’ aspirations and actual experiences, helping you:

  • Track aspects of greatest need
  • Optimise allocation of resources

Leading to…

  • Increase in student satisfaction
  • Increase in graduates with global skills and greater employability

How can I use the GE-P?

The Global Education Profiler has been tested in different countries around the world to ensure reliability of the generated findings. Therefore the GE-P is particularly useful for HEIs that have either just started internationalising or are in the middle of developing or implementing an internationalisation agenda.

For more information about availability, please feel free to get in touch with our two developers of the GE-P:

Helen Spencer-Oatey
Daniel Dauber