5th edition of the International Week at IMT Mines Albi

IMT Mines Albi invites you to participate at the 5th edition of the International Week that will take place from November 15 to 19, 2021.

15 November 2021
To discover the full program of our 5th International Week, click here.

5th International Week at IMT Mines Albi

IMT Mines Albi invites you to participate in the 5th edition of the International Week from Monday 15 to Friday 19 November 2021. Numerous activities for the school's international partners as well as students and staff will punctuate the week. Two key moments will allow the general public to fully experience this 5th edition.

Movie-debate - Wednesday November 17 at 6.30 p.m

Screening of the Argentinian film "Women of Argentina"

Directed by Juan Solanas

Wednesday November 17 at 6.30 p.m.

Amphitheater of Honor - IMT Mines Albi


Juan Solanas is an Argentinian director, who has shot ten movies including “Upside Down” with Kirsten Dunst or “Nordeste” with Carole BOUQUET. The film proposed for screening for the International Week, “Women of Argentina” is a committed documentary released in March 2020. This documentary follows the journey of thousands of Argentinian activists during the eight weeks of debate in the Senate around the vote of a law legalizing abortion.

Director Juan Solanas will be present by videoconference on D-Day
to answer questions from the audience.


General public conference - Thursday, November 18 at 6.30 p.m

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« Next Generation International Education: Where we’ve been and where we’re headed »

in english

hosted by Anthony OGDEN

Thursday November 18 at 6.30 p.m.

Amphitheater of Honor - IMT Mines Albi



The COVID-19 pandemic has had an undeniable and potentially lasting impact on international programming.  Emerging developments point to the beginning of a new era, one that is challenging international educators to reexamine well-established practices, reframe priorities and pursue emerging opportunities. Despite the accelerated changes in delivery, it is still a goal of many institutions around the world to graduate learners who have nuanced understandings of the international dimensions of their chosen disciplines and the intercultural competency skills needed to live and work successfully in a globally interconnected world.

This presentation will argue that next generation international learning and engagement might be better conceptualized as a continuum, suggesting that institutions that expand their focus on international education travel to consider other possibilities along a continuum of internationalization will be better positioned to respond to the shifting demands of this new era.  Participants will be challenged to reconsider preconceptions of what in-person and virtual/online instruction can offer students today.


Biography of Anthony OGDEN

Dr. Anthony C. Ogden is the founder and managing director of Gateway International Group, a new organization focused on next generation international education.  He is a respected scholar-practitioner with nearly 30 years of experience in international higher education, have held senior international leadership positions at Pennsylvania State University, the University of Kentucky, Michigan State University and the University of Wyoming. Dr. Ogden got his professional start in Japan, where he directed the IES Tokyo Center. A three-time Fulbright recipient, Dr. Ogden completed a doctorate at Pennsylvania State University in Educational Theory and Policy with a dual title in Comparative and International Education.  He has produced over 60 professional and scholarly publications focused on international higher education, including the 2020 co-edited booked, Education Abroad: Bridging Scholarship and Practice (Routledge).

History of the International Week

Cosmopolitan by definition, IMT Mines Albi gives everyone the opportunity to broaden its cultural, professional and social horizons. Today more than ever, international openness is an essential point in the training of future IMT Mines Albi engineers. The school trains innovative, humanist and international engineers.
It was in 2017 that the first edition of the International Week saw the light of day with the aim of promoting the international experience of outgoing and incoming students, developing relationships with the school's international academic and industrial partners and and finally to strengthen the “IMT Mines Albi student ambassadors” approach.

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