Internationalisation of the curriculum (IOC) will develop graduates who are prepared for living and working in a global setting. IOC is about more than content, “it also requires changes in pedagogy to encourage students to develop critical skills to understand forces shaping their discipline and challenge accepted viewpoints” (Zimitat 2008).

Through creating accessible, progressive and increasingly complex learning experiences across the holistic course, EVERY student, irrespective of their geographical location or background, will have the opportunity to develop international perspectives and intercultural competences vital to global citizenship and employment in the 21st century.