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The Centre for Global Learning: Education and Attainment conducts fundamental and applied research that impacts upon teaching practice and learning outcomes, creating better futures, societies and providing the framework for excellence in education. Its focus is around two main themes that align with the University’s ideals and philosophy.

The Centre has two themes:

Intercultural engagement and internationalisation

The focus of this theme is on how higher education institutions are integrating an intercultural and global dimension into the purpose, functions, design and delivery of learning experiences and the impact that this has on students.

This involves conducting research on the effects of strategies, initiatives and practices aiming to develop intercultural engagement (based on knowledge, attitudes and skills) and a global outlook among students and staff. More generally, it requires looking at the role that intercultural dialogue plays in addressing global issues and inequalities within society.

Research areas:

  • Interculturality in teaching and learning
  • Internationalising the curriculum; building capacity and quality into course design and pedagogical practices
  • International collaborations and our capacity to influence transnational education in its broadest sense.

Equity and attainment

This theme focuses on researching the systematic and strategic approaches to addressing differential student outcomes in higher education. The nature of this theme means that students from disadvantaged groups will be more represented and supported; however, students’ involvement will not be predetermined by demographic labels.

Research areas:

  • The role of learner analytics in supporting student success
  • Delivering an Inclusive Curriculum
  • Understanding why disparity of attainment is so stubborn
  • Exploring the impact of policy, measures and rewards in encouraging widening participation and equity of attainment.