Mr Raneskold leads the University’s international activities and has responsibility for its international strategy. He works closely with fellow portfolio and faculty heads to ensure that internationalisation is integrated into the core University activities of teaching, research and engagement.
Mr Raneskold has oversight of the Flinders International which manages study and research partnerships, international marketing & recruitment, admissions and student services, and coordinates the University’s student mobility programs.
Mr Sebastian Raneskold was appointed to the position of Vice-President and Pro-Vice-Chancellor (International) in January 2017 following holding the position in an acting capacity since April 2016.
Previous leadership positions include Executive Director, International Centre at Flinders University, various Director of Marketing roles with the Navitas group, Regional Manager at the University of South Australia, Country Director at IDP Education Australia (Scandinavia) and Coordinator International Programs at Örebro University, Sweden.
Mr Raneskold has extensive and diverse industry experience with a strong track record in strategic business development, marketing and sales, international relations and key stakeholder collaboration.
Mr Raneskold is a Social Anthropology graduate from Lund and Stockholm Universities in Sweden, a member of several professional bodies including IEAA (International Education Association of Australia) and EAIE (European Association of International Education), a council member of the INU - International Network of Universities, a Study Adelaide Board member and sits on several senior committees at Flinders University.
Ms Carrie Jenkins
Tel (08) (+ 61 8) 8201 2554
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