Global Mind Monitor
Insights in global competences
The Global Mind Monitor has been updated to a new version. This update has launched on March 23rd and will have an impact on all users.
Students/participants: Open measurements with an end-date before 1-9-2023 will be executed in the current version. New measurements will be conducted in the new version. Your results will be carried over to the new version.
Teachers/mentors: From the 9th of March the creation of new measurements will be disabled. Creating reminders will still be available. All measurements with an end-date before 1-9-2023 will be executed in this version.
If you have any questions about what the new update means for you, feel free to contact us at email@example.com.
What’s the Global Mind Monitor?
GMM is the tool for students to measure and improve their international competences!
The GMM is an assessment for students and professionals to reflect on their global competences. They can monitor their development based on the effects of educational activities at home and abroad. Concrete parameters help lecturers to conduct evaluation interviews with students. The GMM can be used once-only, before/after a period abroad or longitudinal. Also, there’s an option for a 360° feedback questionnaire, giving additional insights from 3 people in the students network.
GMM assessment € 4,95 per student
Global competences have become more and more important in the field of higher education. The OESO defines global competences as: local, global & intercultural thinking, understanding different perspectives and effective engagements with people from different cultures. Young people contribute to a sustainable world by their international competences. Moreover, an increasingly international study and work environment make international competences a necessity and therefore a crucial factor in employability.
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How does the Global Mind Monitor work?
The GMM is an online questionnaire about a.o. multicultural personality, cultural intelligence, language skills and intercultural activities of the student. Therefore, multiple indicators are measured. After completing the questionnaire the results are displayed on a personal dashboard. A report provides insights into absolute/relative scores and offers reflection on good aspects and the ones that can be improved, for which the Global Mindset toolbox can be used.
The GMM is a tool about internationalization used by study programs with high-quality international learning outcomes. It can be utilized by students, lecturers and professionals. The monitor is based on PhD research. The professorship Global Competence at Zuyd University of Applied Sciences is conducting a longitudinal scientific study on (the development of) international competences. The GMM was developed and optimized by Zuyd together with 2 other universities of applied sciences and Etil. The intercultural competence and ethnocentrism scales are based on research, among others by Van Oudenhoven & Van der Zee (2000, Multicultural Personality), Ang & Van Dyne (2007, Cultural Intelligence) and Neuliep & McCrosky (2013, Ethnocentrism).
By and for higher education institutions
Already more than 50 study programs utilize the GMM
Monique Kroese – University of Groningen
“The refinement of intercultural competence and many indicators make it more interesting and effective for students to work on their own development. The GMM also adds value for students by the possibility to compare results within/between research groups.”
Anne Keizer - Stenden Hotel Management School
“For a long time the GMM has been part of our curriculum, because of its added value for students to reflect and improve on their international competences, complemented by coaching. In addition, the results of the GMM help our study program to relate to future jobs in hospitality.”