A discussion from the 2014 Michigan conference, chaired by Tina Murray, Senior Advisor, International Strategies, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden.

The presentation was entitled ‘The Global Game; Solo or Partnership Model’.

As globalisation is proving to be a lasting trend and maybe a necessity, how does this reflect on the university profiles and the education that we offer?

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2014 Michigan Conference discussion: The Global Game; Solo or Partnership Model

Since 1992, Tina Murray has been working with matters related to the internationalisation of the education at KTH, initially as international coordinator at school level, focusing primarily on exchange programs for students.

In January 2000, Tina moved to the position as Project Manager of EU-funded programmes at the International Relations Office, where she was responsible for internal coordination and information within KTH, as well as external communication and negotiations with project partners and extensive contacts with the European Commission.

She has held her present position since January 1st 2013. She and her team are responsible for providing strategic support and advice to the KTH management on issues regarding the internationalisation of education and related areas.

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