The Academy of Professional Higher Education Midwest chooses it is inter institutional partners through its membership of Businet. A network of international higher education institutes (both private and public universities and college) that share a common ethos regarding internationalization.
The geographical area covered by the countries of the Businet members.
Ali aspects, content and subjects of the courses lectured at the Academy of Professional Higher Education Midwest.
Our strategy for the organization and implementation of international (EU and non-EU) cooperation projects in teaching and training in relation to projects implemented under the Program
Establishment of working group with representatives from the educational areas, and to be responsible for the development and implementation of international activities aimed at both students and teachers.
Preparation of action plans for how internationalizations can be incorporated into each program taking into account differences in professionalism and culture.
Focus on internationalization in teaching, and sharing of ideas and experiences.
Building a guidance function that can support international activities and guide each student before, during and after a study.
Develop easier written information with practical information on the opportunities given to EAMV.
The organization of class information sessions in the other training information, respectively 1 and 2 semester.
Development of systematic evaluation of international activities in order to continue development.
Participation in relevant conferences with the aim of expanding existing networks and establish contacts – local, national and international.
Mapping application pools and look for opportunities.
Action plan for PR and marketing of the academy’s international activities in order to raise awareness.
Develop common guidelines in collaboration with the other Academies of Professional Higher Education – e.g. Code of conduct.
The expected impact of our institution in terms of the policy objectives we intend to achieve
The expected impact, is a greater ability to achieve the targets set in “com (2011) 567” and that are min-ored in the National Internationalization Strategy for Higher Education in Denmark.
The targets are as described in the internationalization strategy and the development contract with the Ministry of Research, Innovation and Higher Education.