The Role of Institutes for Advanced Study in Promoting Internationalization

  • Dorothea Rüland Hamburg Institute for Advanced Study (HIAS)
  • Sonja Gräber-Magocsi Hamburg Institute for Advanced Study (HIAS)
Keywords: Institutes for Advanced Study, Germany, internationalization of research, scientific networks, research cooperation

Abstract

Since 1930, more than 150 Institutes for Advanced Study have been founded all over the world. They have a common role in the global science system in that they all aim to promote innovation and free spaces for researchers. The future of internationalization in research and higher education might lie in a strong focus on the development of global networks.

Author Biographies

Dorothea Rüland , Hamburg Institute for Advanced Study (HIAS)

Dorothea Rüland is secretary-general of the Hamburg Institute for Advanced Study (HIAS) in
Hamburg, Germany. Email: dorothea.rueland@hias-hamburg.de

Sonja Gräber-Magocsi, Hamburg Institute for Advanced Study (HIAS)

Sonja Gräber-Magocsi is responsible for fellow anagement and academic coordination at HIAS. Email:
sonja.graeber-magocsi@hias-hamburg.de.

Published
2022-04-08
How to Cite
Rüland , D., & Gräber-Magocsi, S. (2022). The Role of Institutes for Advanced Study in Promoting Internationalization. International Higher Education, (110). Retrieved from https://ejournals.bc.edu/index.php/ihe/article/view/14997
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