Strategic anchoring (institution)
Internationalisation of studies and teaching to promote the acquisition of international and culturally reflective competencies in order to prepare students for the challenges of the future in a globally networked (working) environment is the task and responsibility of the university. A sustainable and visible commitment of the university to this can only be achieved by anchoring it in the university strategy and (downstream) in the strategic/quality goals at all levels and for all members of the university.
Internationalisation of study and teaching can only develop its effectiveness in terms of the acquisition of international and culturally reflective competencies if the question: "What international and culturally reflective competencies do our graduates need for the subjects/disciplines/programs represented at the university?" is contextualized accordingly and the results are reflected in the qualification profile of the respective graduates (thus in the Study Program Learning Outcomes).
Resource allocation (personnel et.al.)
Internationalisation of studies and teaching requires adequate resources - competent and committed people (including appropriate incentive systems and further training measures), as well as time and financial means to ensure quality implementation by all participants. Therefore, this must be taken into account both in the allocation of resources within universities and in the targeted promotion of this topic at the political and ministerial level.
Support and connection to internationalization measures (environment)
The promotion of international and culturally reflective competencies in the formal, informal and hidden curriculum is supported by the university's internationalization measures, whereby both mobility in various forms and the university's other international activities are of central importance, as these interact directly with the internationalization of study and teaching.