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HEIGLO Five institutional cases in Austria

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  1. HEIGLOFive institutional cases in Austria thomas.pfeffer@uni-klu.ac.at www.iff.ac.at/hofo/pfeffer

  2. 5 institutional cases in Austria (1) • Alpha AT • 23.400 Stud. / 6 Fak. / 62 Progr. / 8% int. Stud. • Comprehensive, heterogeneous, regional • Goals: SEE; profile in EU • Delta1 AT • 20.000 Stud. / 1 Fak. / 8 Progr. / 21% int. Stud. • Specialised, homogeneous, national flagship • Goals: E speaking, Western E, CEE; Top 5 german speaking, research • Delta2 AT • 1.400 Stud. / 2 locations / 34 Progr. / 56% int. Stud. • Rather specialised (music, performing arts, arts pedagogy) • Goals: G speaking, global; quality improvement

  3. 5 institutional cases in Austria (2) • Gamma1 AT • 2.700 Stud. / 4 locations / 28 Progr. / 2,8% int. Stud. • Rather comprehensive holding comprising local “faculties” (locations); complementing the provision of the regional university • Goals: applied research, int. at home, student mobility • Gamma2 AT • 850 Stud. / 1 location / 6 Progr. / 13,0% int. Stud. • Rather comprehensive; local monopoly for HE in the home province, close contacts to EU-Regio lake Constanz • Goals: adaptation to export streams (SWE), all continents

  4. Perceptions • Regulations • EU-programmes: revenues/costs • Fear of declining funds • Institutional autonomy • Norms • Lack of orientation/debate about goals (Bologna) • Non-profit internationalisation • Culture • Increasing competition for academic prestige

  5. Organisational Responses (1) • Research • Discipl. differences: objects / communities • International degree students • No strategy • Student mobility • ERASMUS, internships • Staff mobility • Teacher / researcher / administrators • Language

  6. Consequences on the organisation (1) • Social structure • Professionalisation • Balance between acad. / admin. structures • Goals • Summerizing existing activities, self-descriptions • Institutional priorities • Benchmarking • Selectivity; sometimes exclusivity

  7. Consequences on the organisation (2) • Participants • Staff development • Mobility vs. cooperation • Technology • Bologna: incremental vs. lever for institutional change • New forms: summer schools, postgraduate, joint studies

  8. Recommendations • Acknowledge differences • Be selective with strategies and activities • Analyse your position in your world • I. of HEI  I. of HE-system (national, EU) • More debate along disciplines (e.g about national/European goals) • International (European, global) public goods?