6 p.m. Harnessing the benefits of international student mobility in Germany: Lecture and Discussion with Nanette Rippmeester, Director of Expertise in Labour Mobility

Jun 12, 2019 from 06:00 PM to 08:00 PM

Audimax Hörsaal C

Global student mobility has been at the heart of internationalization of education for many years, playing an important role in spreading knowledge and ideas across borders and better preparing students for an interconnected and global world of work. In her speech, Nannette Ripmeester, will address the current trends in international student mobility in Germany. She will outline why employability is the number one influential element in student satisfaction globally and how technology gives us a tremendous advantage in developing innovative practices to harness the benefits of global mobility.

 Nannette Ripmeester is Nanette RippmeesterDirector of Expertise in Labour Mobility and founder of the educational gamification app CareerProfessor.works. She started her international career at the European Commission in Brussels, working for 7 years on streamlining labour mobility within Europe, after obtaining an MA in European Studies from the University of Amsterdam. Nannette is part of the NAFSA Trainer Corps and was recently appointed Industry Innovator in Residence for Study Queensland with a focus on employability. Next to her role for ELM, Nannette heads the European Office for i-graduate –responsible for the International Student Barometer (ISB) in continental Europe and Atlantic Canada. She is board member of Codarts, the Dutch University of Arts that trains dancers, musicians and circus performers. She frequently presents and writes on employability, graduate outcomes, talent retention and cultural differences in job hunting. With over 25 years of experience working for large corporate clients and HigherEd institutions across the globe, she understands what makes people internationally employable, making Nannette a leading expert on mobility for study and work. 

Organiser: International Center


Jan Bensien, 0431 880 3716

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