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Tuesday, November 26 • 16:55 - 17:05

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In 2019/2020 the Interdisciplinary International Bachelor Program Tomsk International Science Program (TISP) will start following the decision to strengthen the international outlook of Tomsk State University within the field of natural sciences on the global market. The TISP is a unique program developed in collaboration with Maastricht University, the Netherlands, aimed at training of a new generation of top specialists with interdisciplinary knowledge to meet the huge challenges we face now and in the future. The program is based on the widely accepted among world leading universities model of Liberal Arts&Sciences, is taught in English and has special admission requirements.
This program is designed on the concept of curriculum internationalization, which is correlates with the philosophy of the open education: everyone in the world should have access to high-quality educational experiences and resources, and they work to eliminate barriers to this goal. Curriculum internationalization involves providing students with global perspectives of the discipline and giving them a broader knowledge base for their future careers. The knowledge, skills and behavior are discussed in the literature in relation to the graduates’ skills and global citizenship with an understanding that graduates today need the competencies to communicate and compete in a rapidly changing, complex global world.
The authors’ aim is to show the design models and frameworks for learning and teaching at the TISP. This programe is a case study of the organizational change involved in one institution's (Tomsk State University, Russia) attempts to implement concept of curriculum internationalization and philosophy of open education in the field of natural sciences.
We identify significant staff and faculty issues requiring consideration in the change that accompanies curriculum design, such as the powerful effect of the traditional notion and the need for continued resources to support the changes.


Victor Dyomin

Tomsk State University

Herman Kingma

Maastricht University, Tomsk State University
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Olga Maslennikova

Director Centre for joint academic programs, Tomsk State University

Kira Akimova

Tomsk State University

Marina Ott

Tomsk State University

Tuesday November 26, 2019 16:55 - 17:05 CET
BL28 Carassa Dadda (plenary)