The GII has finalised a number of projects in the last 2 years since its foundation.However, many of our projects are of a very confidential quality and the respective clients do not wish to have them being made public. Thus here we only present some of the projects which do not fall under such confidentiality restriction.
- evaluation of the UKRI research funding for UK-India research cooperation together with Universities UK and Education Insight
- consultancy on internationalisation at the University of Western Bohemia;
- research project on experimental designs in internationalisation for the wider public in Swansea;
- a research project on global future trends and developments in internationalisation;
- a research project in the form of a Delphi on new designs in internationalisation;
- consulting on internationalisation for the Bauhaus Universität Weimar.
GII is also built on the experiences of the people working for it. Selected references are:
Uwe Brandenburg, PhD:
Project leader of the European Voluntary Service (EVS) Impact Study 2017, which analysed the effects of the EVS programme of the European Union (budget app. 230,000 Euros).
Project Leader of the InHoPe Project 2014-2017, a large-scale research project funded by the German Ministry of Education and Research on the impact of internationalisation on non-academic staff (budget app. 900,000 Euros).
Project leader of the IMPI project (Indicators for Mapping and Profiling Internationalisation) (2009-12, ca. 480,000 Euros).
Project leader of the impact consulting project for the Universidad Francisco de Vitoria, (Madrid/Spain) since 2013.
Dr. Hiroshi Ota:
Project Leader of the Project on Quality Assurance and Learning Outcome Assessment of Education Abroad Experience (2011-2014, 127,000 Euros).
Project Leader of the Project on Research on Assessment of University Internationalization under Globally Competitive Higher Education (2011-2014, 143,000 Euros).
Project Leader a Comparative Study of Asian Higher Educaiton for the Establishment of Permeable Framework (2012-2015, 140,000 Euros).
Stephen L. Webber, PhD:
Senior expert in higher education and research for Sida (Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency) evaluations (July-December 2017) of the Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa, and the Association of African Universities.
Team Leader (2017-18), ‘Study on Fostering Industrial Talents in Research at European Level’, for European Commission (DG Research and Innovation). (291,500 Euro).
Team Leader (Jan 2014 – June 2017) of ‘European Higher Education Fairs in Central Asia and Asia’ project for European Commission (DG DEVCO) (2,000,000 Euro).
Team leader (1998-2002), 3-country research project ‘Youth perceptions of citizenship and security in Russia, Germany and the UK’. For UK’s Economic and Social Research Council and University of Birmingham. (200,000 GBP).
EU Expert (October 2014 – July 2016) ‘Support to Higher Education in the ASEAN Region’ (SHARE) project for European Commission (DCI-ASIE/2013/023-870) (€10,000,000)
Senior EU Expert (October 2014 – July 2016) ‘European Higher Education Fairs in Central Asia and Asia’ (EHEF) project for European Commission (DCI-ASIE/2013/333-992) (€2,000,000 Euro)
Senior EU Expert (December 2014 – May 2015) – ‘Internationalisation Policy and Strategy: Measurement of University Internationalisation Performance & Relative Improvement’ – Thailand-EU Policy Dialogues Support Facility (PDSF) for European Commission (DCI-ASIE/2011/022-958) (€4,000,000)
Senior EU Expert (October – November 2013) – ‘Internationalisation Policy and Strategy’: Thailand–EU cooperation Facility, Phase II (TEC II): Policy Dialogues Support Component (PDSC) for European Commission (DCI-ASIE /2010/257-129) (€2,000,300)