L'imagination gouverne le monde [Imagination rules the world] - Napoléon Bonaparte
Mr Beelen is Senior Policy Advisor for Internationalisation at the School of Economics and Management. He advises academics and managers on international relations and particularly on the international and intercultural dimension of the curriculum. In addition to this, Mr Beelen is a member of the Board of Appeal for Exams at AUAS. His research is focused on the internationalisation of curricula in higher education, particularly for Economics and Management.
Mr Beelen is a Honorary Research Fellow at Coventry University, Visiting Fellow at Leeds Metropolitan University and chair of the Expert Community Internationalisation at Home of the European Association for International Education.
Before joining the International Business School, Mr Beelen was a lecturer of History and a curriculum developer at InHolland University of Applied Sciences. Subsequently, he became Head of the International Office at the School of Education at AUAS.
Mr Beelen holds a Bachelor’s degree in History and a Master’s (cum laude) in Classical Archaeology from the University of Amsterdam.
Beelen, J. (2016). Global at home: Internationalisation in Home in the 4 th Global Survey. In E. Jones, R. Coelen, J. Beelen & H. de Wit (Eds.), Local and global internationalization, (pp. 55-65). Rotterdam: Sense.
Beelen, J. & Jones, E. (2015). Europe calling: A new definition for Internationalization at home. International Higher Education, 83, special issue, 12-13.
Beelen, J. (2015). Left to their own devices; The role and skills of academics in partnerships for the future. In N. Jooste, H. de Wit & S. Heleta (Eds.), Higher education partnerships for the future (pp. 47-61). Port Elizabeth, Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University, Unit for Higher Education Internationalisation in the Developing World.
Beelen, J., & Jones, E. (2015). Redefining internationalisation at home. In A. Curai, L. Matei, R. Pricopie, J. Salmi & P. Scott (Eds.), The European higher education area: Between critical reflections and future policies (pp. 67-80). Dordrecht: Springer.