The University of Padova collaborates with the EAIE and StudyPortals to study the impact of English-taught Bachelor's programmes in Europe

The number of English-taught bachelor’s programmes in Europe has increased over the past decade, yet research on the trend and its impact across Europe is not readily available. The University of Padova, who is chairing the European Association for International Education (EAIE) Network on Joint Programmes since 2016,  has collaborated with EAIE and StudyPortals to explore this trend.

The publication English-taught bachelor’s programmes: internationalising European higher education provides a first overview of the emergence and growth of ETBs in Europe in addition to exploring the benefits, challenges and impact of these programmes on the institutional and national level.

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The publication English-taught bachelor’s programmes: internationalising European higher education