Welcome to the Internationalisation of Teaching and Learning

This website serves as a platform for sharing practices and ideas about internationalisation of teaching and learning among faculty members at the University of Hong Kong and beyond.

The website is a direct result of the on-going Community of Practice Project being undertaken in the Centre for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning (CETL) at the University of Hong Kong (HKU). The main aim of this project is to enhance undergraduate teaching and learning across the University and the wider higher education community in Hong Kong through the establishment of ‘communities of practice’, devoted to identifying, surfacing, synthesising, and sharing effective teaching and learning practices both locally and internationally.

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Audiences

The website is designed for all university teachers, academics, instructional designers and community partners that are interested in practices and discussions related to internationalisation of teaching and learning. Teachers from HKU may find the case examples in the local context particularly relevant to their teaching practices.

Internationalisation of
Teaching and Learning

In common with other leading universities, HKU is seeking to enhance the internationalisation of its curricula and its teaching. Discussions about internationalisation of teaching and learning centre on effective teaching and learning practices that promote learning in a multicultural environment and prepare students for their future in a globalised world. A wide range of issues and different stakeholders are involved.

Themes and Resources

Resources on this website are organised under four broad themes: internationalisation of the curriculum; students’ learning experiences in an internationalised university; internationalisation at the university level; and teaching in a multicultural environment. Useful resources include briefings, case examples from HKU, and those from elsewhere.