Internationalisation at home

Victoria Business School aims to provide all students with perspective by integrating global and intercultural views into the student experience.

Building cross-cultural understanding through enhanced teaching and learning practices

Business schools today aim to develop graduates who function effectively as leaders in global communities. Victoria Business School has undertaken a stream of work, including a survey and a year-long Learning and Teaching Development funded project, exploring ways to develop learning goals relating to the development of cross-cultural and international perspectives.

We aim to provide both domestic and international students with a global perspective by integrating international and intercultural perspectives into the student experience. We use the rich diversity in our staff and students to increase understanding of international issues and dimensions in business, and to develop cross-cultural capability by building relationships among members as part of an inclusive learning community.

A paper describing the project up to late 2012 is available here: "Internationalisation in the Curriculum: Using Cultural Diversity to Enhance Student Learning".

Download the report of the "Internationalisation at Home" L&T-funded project pdf88.0KB