International
education & careers 2010

Third Regent's International Week

International education & careers: Trends & challenges

19th – 23rd April 2010

The 3rd annual International Week at Regent’s College was a great success, raising over £700 for Handicap International UK and their work in Haiti.  Students, faculty and staff, visiting international academics, and a variety of international performers all participated to make this one of the most exciting International Weeks yet! 

Features of the programme included:

  • Keynote addresses by experts in the field of International Education and Careers.
  • Regent's College Students’ Round table on “Benefits & Challenges of Studying Abroad”
  • The highly successful Study Abroad Fair
  • SIFE –Introducing a Volunteer Programme Abroad.
  • Employments Opportunities Overseas: How do we go about it?
  • Forum Chaired by Martin Timbrell (Dean of the Faculty of Business & Management): How international is your curriculum?
  • A panel of Regent's College Staff and invited guests will be looking both at the current state of Regent's College in the field and at the potential for further internationalisation.
  • Showcase best practices supporting Internationalisation at Regent's College
  • A variety of social and cultural activities

As in previous editions, the event brought to the college delegates from partner universities overseas; other academic community from the UK and abroad; Regent's College Alumni; as well as friends of Regent's College from the business, arts and diplomatic world.