This session explored how to reach and provide for students from subjects that are underrepresented in outward student mobility, with speakers from UUKi, Robert Gordon University and Cardiff University.
The session opened with a brief outline of the national mobility rates for different disciplines, based on UUKi’s Gone International research, before turning to two good practice case studies. Delegates learned how Robert Gordon University navigated Nursing and Midwifery Council and National Agency requirements to set up their successful nursing and midwifery mobility programmes, and how Cardiff University approaches the provision of summer programmes and tailored marketing to target students from underrepresented fields more broadly.
Catriona Hanks, Outward Mobility Policy Researcher, Universities UK International
Professor Ian Murray, Head of School of Nursing and Midwifery, Robert Gordon University
Chris Gale, International Summer Programmes Manager, Cardiff University
For the combined slides from this session click here.
To coincide with this session, a report was produced jointly by the Council of Deans of Health and Universities UK International to analyse outward mobility for nurse, midwife and AHP students and to promote the benefits of outward mobility for these students. To view this report please click here.