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The internationalisation of the organisation of a social science and humanities Graduate School requires measures at all levels:

  • Change all internal and external communication to English. This also involves policy documents, financial administration, correspondence, office notes and announcements, and is especially challenging for support staff.
  • Recruit international and diverse staff
  • Acknowledge special festive days of international staff and students.
  • Spend time and care on internal community building.
  • Acknowledge that PhD students will be away from school for prolonged periods of time and offer, therefore, online supervision and course arrangements.
  • Articulate the school’s internationalisation policy in collaboration with all stakeholders (transversal team) and align it with the home university, using the support services available.
  • Participate in international consortia and partnerships of institutions and schools that have a similar mission.
  • Example: The Central European University, the Doctoral School of Political Science, Public Policy and International Relations (CEU) is a partner in the GRADNET consortium, which includes eight leading universities in Europe.

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