RISHII project

The first Training Seminar for Curriculum Internationalisation Champions of the RISHII project took place last 11th May with around 90 participants.

Part 1 of the Training Seminar ‘Internationalisation of Curriculum: Why and what for?’ made participants aware of the multiple advantages internationalised higher education programmes and internationally open teaching can bring to each Indian student and to the Indian society and economy in general. The University of Pisa collaborated with a presentation on the Strategic Curriculum
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Comprehensive Internationalization: evaluation of institutional performance and gap analysis

The Second General Meeting and Online Workshop was held on December 17 with an attendance of 125 participants in total. The focus was on “Comprehensive Internationalization: evaluation of institutional performance and gap analysis” with the collaboration of the University of Pisa.  
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All project activities are being carried out online

Due to the Covid19 pandemic, all project activities are being carried out online, thus adapting the project to the global situation and current circumstances. This allows ensuring that the tasks are being carried out despite the adversities, in order to fulfill the expected results.
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Internationalisation is at the heart for RISHII as its name itself clearly indicates – Resources for Internationalisation of Higher Education Institutions in India.


The objectives are realistic and feasible in the national and institutional contexts, Curriculum Internationalization is seen favourable by Indian decision and policy makers.

Strategic lines

Capacity building in curriculum internationalisation is structured around 4 transversal Curriculum Internationalisation Strategic Lines (SLs)