Framework for the Internationalisation of Doctoral Education (FRINDOC)
This online tool is an outcome of the “Framework for Internationalisation of Doctoral Education” (FRINDOC) project. It is designed for universities interested in evaluating their internationalisation strategies for doctoral education.
The FRINDOC project was coordinated by the European University Association (EUA) and managed by a consortium of six partners: the University of Hong Kong, Stellenbosch University, Imperial College London, the University of Bergen and the University of Camerino.
The project resulted in two main outcomes. Firstly, a framework for universities to develop and implement their internationalisation strategies for doctoral education. It builds on the Salzburg Principles and Recommendations, which calls on universities to approach the internationalisation of doctoral education in a coherent and strategic manner. The framework can be found here.
Secondly, this online tool functions as a comprehensive strategic tool for planning, promoting and supporting mobility in doctoral programmes enabling universities to attain a united picture of strategic goals, capacity and possibilities to implement the right structures for their particular profile.
This project was carried out from 2012 to 2015 with the support of the Erasmus Mundus Programme of the European Commission. For more information, please contact the EUA Council for Doctoral Education Secretariat at firstname.lastname@example.org.