CIP symposium 2022. Internationalisation 2.0: New perspectives on Teaching and Learning in Higher Education

CIP held its annual symposium Thursday 10 November 2022 entitled:

Internationalisation 2.0: New Perspectives on Teaching and Learning in Higher Education

This year's symposium focused on various aspects of how university pedagogy is influenced in practice by the everyday international and multilingual context at universities – both in Denmark and internationally.

We are seeing an increasing focus on the need to devise new – more inclusive – teaching methods, to develop teachers’ and students’ intercultural competence, and to increase their awareness of the international classroom, where they are likely to encounter different perspectives on knowledge, teaching and learning.

At this year's symposium, we therefore invited speakers with expertise in this field from among our international and domestic partners and also gave some insight into some of CIP’s own initiatives aimed at applying new thinking to pedagogical endeavours.

Below you can find the programme of the CIP symposium 2022 as well as the slides from the various presentations.


9:30 - 10:00 Registration and coffee

10:00 - 10:15

Director Anne Holmen, Professor in parallel language use, CIP

10:15 - 11:00

CLIL, transitions, plurilingualism – challenges and potential
Associate professor Petra Daryai-Hansen, Engerom

Here you can read a short abstract.

See the presentation in PDF

11:00 - 11:45

Promoting global competence among university students: a pilot study in the internationalisation of the curriculum
Serra Húnter Fellow Lídia Gallego Balsà
Universitat Rovira i Virgili

Here you can read a short abstract.

See the presentation in PDF

11:45 - 12:00


12:00 - 12:45 Lunch

12:45 - 14:30

Language as an additional competence:
Assistant professor Sanne Larsen, CIP

Read the short abstract here.

See the introductory presentation in PDF

Spanish for field visits in Latin America for medical students  
Upper secondary school teacher Mie Jacobsen, MA in Spanish

French and German to prepare KU students for exchange programs and internships abroad
Academic language consultant Sophie S. Knudsen, CIP and student instructor Nadine Stettner, Engerom

English for placements abroad as part of the teacher training programme
Associate professors Anne Gregersen and Susanne K. Jakobsen along with student instructor, University College, Copenhagen (KP)

Integration of English-medium research articles on biology into teacher training programmes
Associate professors Catherine Watson and Sanne Schnell Nielsen along with external lecturer Jens Aarby, 
University College, Copenhagen (KP)

The presentations were given in Danish and English and you can find a link to the slides in each title above.

14:30 - 15:00 Coffee break

15:00 - 15:30

Developing cross-institutional internationalization at Nordic universities
International coordinator Michael Bo Ryge Larsen, Faculty of Humanities and assistant professor Kamilla Kraft, Engerom

Here you can read a short abstract.

See the presentation in PDF

15:30 - 16:00

“You become more Danish than the Danish lecturers” – a study of Danish as a Second Language among international lecturers at UCPH
MA in Danish, Alberte Ritchie Green, CIP

Read the short abstract here.

See the presentation in PDF


Rounding off

Director Anne Holmen, CIP