The St. Peter’s College recognizes the importance of internationalization in today’s globalized world. In order to enhance its global reach, foster cross-cultural understanding, and promote excellence in academic, research, publications, extension services, and creative works, the college has undertaken the 1st Internationalization Strategic Planning initiative on June 7 2023 at SPC AVR. It was participated in by the College Deans, Administrative Heads, and staff. This documentation presents its output in terms of the SWOT (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats) analysis and Internationalization Strategic Plan for St. Peter’s College.
St. Peter’s College is a globally recognized institution that fosters diverse and inclusive learning environment, engages in impactful international collaborations, and prepares students for active participation in a globalized society.
To cultivate global citizenship by providing transformative educational experiences, and partnerships.
SPC Strategic Internationalization Plan
||SA 1.1 Establish partnership with international universities for student and faculty exchanges.
SA 1.2 Partner with those international universities.
SA 1.3 Develop study abroad programs in key disciplines.
|PI 1.1 Forged partnership with 3 international universities
PI 1.2 Established study abroad programs in criminology, engineering, business management and education
||SA 2.1 Establish and strengthen global collaborative research and innovation
||PI 2.1 List of priority research areas for international collaboration
PI 2.2 Copies of MOU/A with international partners on research
PI 2.3Certificates of appreciation for participation in international conferences/workshops
||SA 3.1 Integrate global perspectives into the curriculum
3.1.1 Infuse global perspectives into existing courses and programs
3.1.2 Develop new interdisciplinary courses with an international focus
3.1.3 Expand foreign language offerings to enhance cultural competency
SA 3.2 Seek CHED approval to accept foreign students
SA 3.3 Invite foreign professors as lectures
SA 3.4 Cater to International Student Enrollees
3.4.1 Develop targeted recruitment strategies to attract a diverse pool of international students
3.4.2 Provide language support and cultural integration programs for incoming international students
3.4.3 Enhance student support services to meet the needs of international students
|PI 3.1 Obtained CHED approval to accept foreign students
PI 3.2 Three (3) foreign professors visited SPC as lecturers
PI 3.3 15 foreign students have been enrolled at SPC
PI 3.4 Foreign language offering has been increased
PI 3.5 New interdisciplinary courses are offered
PI 3.6 Existing courses have offered global perspectives
PI 3.7 Developed recruitment strategies to attract diverse foreign students
PI 3.8 Improved student support services to address the needs of international students
||SA 4.1 Initiate collaborative programs and projects with other HEIs and other agencies
SA 4.2 Improve data collection action mechanism
SA 4.3 Create an effective and efficient information management system
SA 4.4 Level up passing rate for SPC first time takers of licensure exams
SA 4.5 Update tracer studies per academic program yearly
|PI 4.1 Copies of signed Memorandum Understanding/Agreement with other HEIs and agencies for collaborative programs/projects
PI 4.2 Data collection mechanism has been improved through systematic monitoring
PI 4.3 Increased passing rate for first time takers of licensure examinations based in PRC report
PI 4.4 Installed management information system
PI 4.5 Report on tracer studies per program are conducted yearly