The chapter focuses on the growing importance that some academic activities apart from the physical mobility of students and scholars have in the internationalisation of both higher education and the academic profession. After a brief sketch of some literature on internationalisation beyond physical mobility, building on data collected through an international survey, the chapter analyses the extent to which academics are involved in international teaching, research and dissemination activities looking at differences across disciplines and countries, briefly discusses academics’ involvement in international knowledge transfer and in internationalisation “at home”, and their contribution to the integration of various international activities. Finally, some conclusions and implications for further investigations are provided.
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