Crossing borders in Landscape Architecture: Discussing internationalisation

I. Bobbink (Editor), Danielle Niederer (Editor), C. Janssen (Editor)

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Abstract

Internationalisation is felt everywhere: more and more professional practices seek clients abroad, and the number of international researchers, teachers and students in higher education is increasing. While observing, responding and anticipating to these trends, the most important question is overlooked: how can internationalisation add value to the quality of higher education, research and professional practice?
In this booklet, teachers, students, researchers and landscape architect designers – from a Dutch and a non-Dutch background – share their experiences and sketch their perspective, both professionally and personally. What does internationalisation mean for the practice and competences of (future) landscape architects who work abroad and vice versa? How does internationalisation change schools and curricula? How do we guarantee quality in education? How do we work on international positioning of Dutch landscape architecture? And last but not least how do we deal with our core topic: operating site-specific? Let’s start talking!
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationAmsterdam
PublisherDutch School of Landscape Architecture
Number of pages128
ISBN (Print)978-90-9033150-8
Publication statusPublished - 2020

Publication series

NamePerspectives
Volume2

Keywords

  • internationalisation
  • Landscape Architecture
  • education
  • research
  • practise

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