Education as an International Task

New in the programme: The bicultural master course International Education Management (INEMA) makes it possible for students to study alongside their job and exchange ideas with education managers from around the world.

INEMA is a joint programme offered by the Ludwigsburg University of Education and Helwan University in Cairo and since this year, also one of the DAAD-sponsored Development-Related Postgraduate Courses. Students in this programme work in educational institutions, ministries, non-governmental organisations and businesses. Their goal is to help shape education and further training in their home countries.

In the degree course, students acquire knowledge of education management and human resource management as well as competencies in communication and team building. Thanks to blended learning, they can complete the course while continuing their jobs. In addition to six one-week, on-campus phases at the respective partner university, the education managers study via an online platform.
Dr. Michael Krüger, director of INEMA in Ludwigsburg, explains the specifics and goals of the programme:

What the scholarship holders say
Abdessami Meghraoui is Junior Consultant for the teaching staff at the Institute for Water, Energy Sciences and Climate Change (PAUWES) at the Pan African University in Algeria. He sees International Education Management as a way to strengthen and prepare universities for the transformations being brought about by globalisation and digitalisation:

Pupu Purwaningsih from Indonesia trains teachers at the STKIP Weetebula college. The remote island of Sumba lacks qualified teachers. INEMA shows Pupu  Purwaningsih how she can improve her work:

More information about the degree course: