Center of Internationalization of Education Brazil-Australia promotes new round of webinars

Online sessions to occur from Apr 6 - 8 with national and international guests

22/03/2021 - 10h11

The Center of Internationalization of Education Brazil-Australia, based at PUCRS, in partnership with the Australian Embassy in Brazil, will be promoting a new cycle of online webinars in April. The topic of the sessions is Quality assessment and internationalization of education. The presentations will be streamed live through PUCRS’ YouTube channel.

Check out the program:

Apr 6, at 6 PM (Brasília time)

Webinar 1: Quality assessment for higher education institutions: A public policy perspective

Speakers:

Dr. Karen Treloar (Australian Government Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency – TEQSA, Australia)

Dr. Robert Verhine (CAPES, Brazil)

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Apr 7, at 6:30 PM (Brasília time)

Webinar 2: Implementing quality assessment criteria in Higher Education Institutions: A management perspective

Speakers:

Dr. Fran Sheldon (Griffith University, Australia)

Dr. Luciane Stalliviere (Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, Brazil)

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Apr 8, at 7 PM (Brasília time)

Webinar: Incorporating internationalization and quality standards in curriculum design and classroom experiences: A professor perspective

Speakers:

Dr. Lina Pelliccione (Curtin University, Australia)

Dr. Bernardo Bueno (PUCRS, Brazil)

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About the Center

As a result of an unprecedented initiative between PUCRS and the Embassy of Australia in Brazil, the Center aims to become a reference hub in the internationalization of education for Latin America. Located at the School of Humanities, the Center aims to promote the development of research on internationalization of education and cooperation activities in education. Additionally, it aims to foster collaboration agreements between PUCRS and educational institutions in Australia, development agencies, technology parks and researchers.