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Ireland's International Education Strategy 2010 - 2015: Investing in Global Relationships

Creator:

Department of Education and skills, International Section

Subject Keywords: Third-Level Education, Higher Education
Catalogue: Policy
Policies, Strategies & Action plans
Type: Strategy
Region: Republic of Ireland
Description:

Ireland, as a small, open European economy, relies fundamentally on international engagement. An internationalised education system in Ireland has a crucial role to play in maintaining Ireland’s international profile and attractiveness by educating the next generation of leaders, entrepreneurs and decision-makers in our partner-countries, by giving our own students the intercultural expertise demanded in the global economy, and by enhancing the direct link with Ireland for members of our global diaspora who choose to come home to study.

The High-Level Group on International Education takes the view that, from a national perspective, the most compelling rationale for internationalisation is investment in future global relationships: with students educated in Ireland who will become our advocates overseas, with educational institutions that will be the research and teaching partners of the future, and with the countries that will be Ireland’s next trading and business partners

 

Date:

01/09/2010

DOI:

10.14655/6744-949548

Rights: © Government of Ireland
Suggested citation:

Department of Education and skills, International Section. (2010) Ireland's International Education Strategy 2010 - 2015: Investing in Global Relationships [Online]. Available from: http://publichealthwell.ie/node/949548 [Accessed: 23rd September 2019].

  

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Contributor:

The Department of Education and Skills (Ireland)
 
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