Internationalisation of higher education positively changes societies. During the COVID-19 world crises the complex process of internationalisation needed to adapt to the many arising challenges at an incredible speed.
At Studybility we recognise the needs which the crisis caused and share resources how to stay focused on the goal, learn along the way and build a community toward better quality in international education. Whatever the circumstance.
To enable international education professionals to quickly and effectively solve their current work issues.
Studybility is an established learning environment that serves international education professionals from around the world. The community gathers individuals who proactively expand their professional workshop and thus positively affect international education globally. Studybility empowers its community members to drive their professional development in international education by providing top quality educational content, focused training opportunities to strengthen existing skills and master new ones while participating in international professional community-building in the spirit of citizen empowerment and global solidarity.
How Studybility came to be
Hi! I am Justyna Giezynska. When looking for my place in the Polish society after 12 years in the United States, I was hired at a Warsaw HEI to start recruiting international students. I had no clue how and in 2005 in Poland no one knew! What I did know was that I stumbled upon something very important to me. International education was love at first sight. Few years later I started Studybility out of need to draw renown experts on internationalisation to Poland and educate international officers.
Since then I expanded the breadth of my activities in international education but internationalisation and staff development never left my focus. In my work, I draw heavily on my experience of studying and living in the USA. I was educated in Cultural Anthropology (BA) at University of California, Santa Cruz and in Russian, Central and Eastern European Studies (MA) at the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University, Washington. These intercultural experiences have shaped my work and fuel my commitment to international education. I have worked at a variety of educational institutions and held an elected, non-paid position at the European Association of International Education (EAIE), of which I am very proud. Now, with this post-COVID-19 version of Studybility I give back to the community which raised me. More about what I do on LinkedIn.