Franco-British academic partnerships : the next chapter
- Liverpool [U.K.] : Liverpool University Press, 2011.
- Physical description
- xxvi, 241 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
LB2331.5 .F74 2011
- Unknown LB2331.5 .F74 2011
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Presentation - Maurice Fraser and Philippe Lane Foreword - M. David Willetts, Minister for Universities and Science and Mme Valerie Pecresse, Ministre de l'Enseignement Superieur et de la recherche Sir Howard Davies, Director of London School of Economics (LSE) : Introduction - Franco-British University collaboration: Churchill's 1940 vision realised at last? Part one: Teaching and Training Agueda Perez Munoz : Why the United Kingdom is important to us?. Huw Landeg Morris : France-Welsh Academic partnerhips: A case study involving transnational and cross-sector mobility. Marian Carthy, Colin Christie, Hazel Crichton, Daniele Flament, Marc Klein, Brian Templeton : Double Diplomas Master Fle/PGCE-PGDE : a Franco-British training route of excellence for worldwide teachers of French L2 and even more? Christopher Cripps, Julie Mc Donald: The Entente Cordiale: A Grande Ecole Engineering School Perspective. Sylvie Decaux, Marie-Annick Mattioli, Guillaume Robin : The Links between British Universities and IUTs in France : Towards new forms of collaboration. Florence Mele : Cooperation between UK and French higher education institutions: the case of ESCP Europe, a top ranking business school, awarding French and British degrees. Valerie Andre et Jean Vivies: Franco-British Academic Partnerships : the case of the University of Provence. Eric Boulanger, Celine Faye : Lille Medical School and regional University Hospital: The Crossroads of European Academic Partnership! Renaud Le Goix, Pascal de Vareilles-Sommieres: University Paris 1 Pantheon-Sorbonne : An outlook over 30 years of Franco-British partnerships. Chris Cooper : Towards a vision for a networked European Business School: Oxford Brookes University Business School and the Burgundy School of Business. Part two: Research and Partnerships Gilbert Bereziat: Pierre et Marie Curie University's Franco-British partnerships. Diana Cooper-Richet and Michel Rapoport: Culture FB, Network for research on Franco-British cultural relations (19-20th Century). Peter Gosling: The School of Civil Engineering & Geosciences' French partnerships. Yves Lecointe: International relationships : individual or global strategy for a university? Philippe Mayaud: Franco-British Academic Partnerships : London School of Hygiene and Tropical medicine. Laurence Frabolot, Christophe Vallat-Kollery: The Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes, An outlook on specialized research for cooperation between Britain and France. Philip Ogden, Andrew Hussey : International university partnerships and the role of the French connection: the experience of a London College. Penelope Gardner-Chloros : Multicultural London English/Multicultural Paris French. Serge Plattard : The Environment for Research and Partnerships. Part three : Prospects and Potential New Areas for Collaboration Anne Corbett: Building Bridges or Breaking Down Walls? The European Politics of Higher Education Cooperation Before and After Bologna. Andrew Robinson : Faire mieux ensemble - a new approach to Franco-British research collaboration for growth and employment. John Law : Internationalising Higher Education. Anne Plaine : CampusFrance, the French Agency dedicated to international mobility in higher education and research. Ada Quentin Perez (Noir sur Blanc) : The role of UK media in the communications of France's Grande Ecole Business Schools. David Wahl: The Franco-British Connection: A student/alumni network supporting Franco-British student initiatives. Arnaud Vaissie, Pascal Boris: Universities, Research and Businesses: a golden triangle-a comparative perspective between France and UK.
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- Publisher's Summary
- The steady increase in joint programmes and qualifications offered by UK and French universities is a cause for celebration. But language constraints, financial pressures and political uncertainty present real obstacles to continued expansion. How are these to be overcome? And how can higher education institutions on either side of the Channel help each other to realise the enormous potential of Franco-British partnerships? "Franco-British Academic Partnerships: The Next Chapter" is a valuable opportunity not only to take stock of intensifying bilateral cooperation in the higher education sector, but also to share experience and best practice, and, hopefully, to identify some new initiatives and areas for collaboration. Boasting contributions from leading politicians and higher education managers, alongside essays from distinguished international scholars, the book will be required reading for academics and university leaders.
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- edited by Maurice Fraser and Philippe Lane.