The University of Glasgow’s Internationalisation Strategy conveys our commitment to support staff and recognises the importance of international experiences, such as staff exchanges, sabbaticals, fellowships and involvement in collaborative research and teaching internationally.
Each College has an Internationalisation Lead who champions international collaborative developments. It is advisable to include your College Lead in your initial discussions.
|Arts internationalisation web||www.gla.ac.uk/colleges/arts/internationalisation|
|MVLS||Professor Julian Dow
Professor Tom Evans
|Science and Engineering||Dr Ian Watson||Ian.Watson@glasgow.ac.uk|
|Social Sciences||Dr Clare McManus||Clare.McManus@glasgow.ac.uk|
Other support available to assist staff to engage in international activities:
|International Partnership Development Fund (IPDF)||The fund supports staff wanting to develop international partnerships and provides support for collaborative programme development and other partnership opportunities.|
|University of Glasgow's International Experience Fund||The International Experience Fund is an exciting opportunity for any member of staff at the University to enhance their personal and professional outlook. There are also Glasgow Early Career mobility fund (Post-docs) and U21 staff opportunities.|
|Human resources internationalisation||Human Resources internationalisation staff pages include information for staff engaged in international initiatives, international staff working in Glasgow and staff working overseas.|
|Funding for all staff for a period of teaching or training in a partner Erasmus HEI or enterprise in a participating country.|
|Internationalisation SharePoint pages (GUID needed)||A resource for staff which includes University strategies, international events to support staff and travel information, TNE updates, Student Barometer results and market intelligence. It also highlights events/news for staff.|
|International events||The university organises events to support staff travelling overseas and to share international expertise. Including: Staff Development Services: Internationalisation courses and resources; Global Regional Activity Briefings (GRAB lunches); Internationalisation Conference|
|How to develop an international partnership||The Academic Collaborations Office has developed an online Academic Collaborations and Partnerships guide. This toolkit is to assist staff in the development, scrutiny and management of collaborative activity.|
|Key contacts||Staff around the university can support you in your international activities.|