White Paper on Internationalization
Source: University of Kentucky
At an internationalized university, the international arena is not seen as one more dimension of the courses offer, the researches undertake, or the experiences offer students. Instead, it forms part of the fabric of support structure for research and instruction, pervading both the curriculum and the co-curriculum of students. An internationalized university makes its students engage intensely with the world at large as a matter of course. The University of Kentucky will expand the use of its significant resources to enhance interdisciplinary and interprofessional training and research on global issues, and to foster greater international exposure for students, faculty, staff, and the community.