Internationalizing higher education

a United States approach by Francis X. Sutton

Publisher: International Council for Educational Development in New York

Written in English
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Statementby Francis X. Sutton, F. Champion Ward, James A. Perkins ; with a commentary by Bertil Östergren.
SeriesOccasional papers -- No.13.
ContributionsWard, Frederick Champion., Perkins, James A.
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Open LibraryOL21225506M

"Student mobility to and among higher education systems in Asia has reached unprecedented levels. In particular, inbound and outbound student mobility creates twin challenges-growing diversity in host countries and brain drain and circulation for sending countries-that have significant implications for growing intra-regional mobility, competition, and cooperation within Northeast : Gi-Wook Shin; Yeon-Cheon Oh; Rennie J Moon. "Internationalizing the Academy" is the first book to offer a detailed look at efforts to bring ambitious and expanding portfolios of international programs to US campuses. Gilbert W. Merkx and Riall W. Nolan, leading figures in the burgeoning international higher education sector, provide a thorough examination of how numerous "internationalizing" efforts are being implemented and promoted on Author: Gilbert W. Merkx, Riall W. Nolan.   Universities all over the world are increasingly recognising the challenges of globalization and the pressures towards internationalization. This collection draws together a wealth of international experience to explore the emerging patterns of strategy and practice in internationalizing Higher Education. Questions considered include:• How is the concept of globalization in the context of. This book offers 13 papers on the creation, development, and enhancement of international programs in colleges and universities. Following a preface by Charles B. Klasek and a list of contributors, the papers are: (1) "Administration of International Education" (Tannaz Rahman and LaMarr Kopp); (2) "Foreign Students and Scholars" (Ann Kuhlman); (3) "Implementation of International Competence Cited by:

McMahon, M.E. () ‘Higher Education in a World Market: A Historical Look at the Global Context of International Study’, Higher Education, 24(4): – CrossRef Google Scholar MOHE (Ministry of Higher Education) () Report by the Committee to Study, Review and Make Recommendations Concerning the Development and Direction of Higher Author: Ragayah Haji Mat Zin. Get this from a library! University in Translation: Internationalizing Higher Education.. [Suzy Harris] -- What is the purpose of the university in a globalized and internationalized world? How do we talk about higher education? How is language used in higher education?. An instrumentalist and technical.   This book examines these and other related, timely issues for the case of South Korea, a major player in the internationalization of higher education in Asia, and draws on the experiences of other key players in the region and beyond?Japan, China, Singapore, and the United States?to engage in a comparative discussion of Korea?s successes. Internationalizing Higher Education. By: Suzy Harris: Loading Staff-Student Partnerships in Higher Education A Guide for Tutors and Support Staff in Further and Higher Education. Edited by: Claire Taylor: Loading Meeting the Challenges of Change in Postgraduate Education exclusive digital previews of our books, competitions and.

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By doing so, Internationalizing Higher Education in Korea offers critical perspectives on the internationalization of Korean higher education as well as innovative, policy-relevant solutions for.

Get this from a library. Internationalizing higher education: enhancing teaching, learning and curriculum. [Sally Brown; Elspeth Jones;] -- With increasing numbers of international students, this book explores how best to broaden the approaches to learning and teaching in the higher/further education environment.

Rather than seeing. This book is a timely insight into the internationalization of higher education institutions. The internationalization of higher education is a global phenomenon, but with substantial variation in how it is made operational in individual institutions.

Internationalizing Higher Education: English Language Policy and Practice: /ch Although global educational mobility often requires fluency in a foreign language, this fluency may be insufficient for academic tasks, and institutions mayCited by: 2.

Internationalizing the Academy is the first book to offer a detailed look at efforts to bring ambitious and expanding portfolios of international programs to US campuses.

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Internationalization is an important issue in contemporary higher education. Kreber () compiles an excellent work that analyzes the numerous applications and attributes of internationalization and how these elements affect higher education.

Book Description The drive to internationalize higher education has seen the focus shift in recent years towards its defining element, the curriculum. As the point of connection between broader institutional strategies and the student experience, the curriculum plays a key role in the success or failure of the internationalization agenda.

This book examines the understanding, practices and challenges that Malaysia's higher education institutions face in their efforts to internationalize. This issue is of great importance to academics, policy-makers and students in Malaysia, given the country's aspiration to become a hub for higher education.

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This collection showcases a wide range of approaches to the problems and promises of internationalizing higher education in meaningful and sustainable ways. The essays recognize that these efforts take place in a rapidly changing world, with new technologies and changes in funding and student enrollment patterns affecting efforts to.

of higher education in the Philippines in the conference on “Internationalizing Higher Education in the Asia-Pacific.” The conference was hosted by the NUS Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences. In that conference, three themes emerged.

The first one was the responses of national governments on the internationalization. Internationalizing the Curriculum in Higher Education () Book by Caroline Kreber (Ed.). Review by Matt Church. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass pp., $, ISBN # The drive to internationalize higher education has seen the focus shift in recent years towards its defining element, the curriculum.

As the point of connection between broader institutional strategies and the student experience, the curriculum plays a key role in the. E-Collaboration for Internationalizing U.S. Higher Education Institutions: /ch The current globalization wake requires countries to cope with their deficiencies in international competencies to become credible political actors andAuthor: Jaime Ortiz.

The internationalization of higher education is a world-wide phenomenon, subject to multiple interpretations at national, institutional and individual levels. Still, much of the mainstream literature on this topic is concentrated on a small number of countries and a narrow range of key topics.

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It peels back taken-for-granted practices and beliefs, explores the gaps and silences in current pedagogy and practices, and addresses the ambiguities, tensions and contradictions in internationalization.

Keywords: Internationalization, Higher education, Competency approach, Teaching international students, Managing international students, Human resource. INTRODUCTION There is a large pool of literatures on internationalization of higher education (HE) with various focuses and themes.

The 13 chapters of this book attempt to challenge assumptions about international education and urge comprehensive curricular changes involving integration of international and global education into all disciplines. Chapters are organized into three parts that address internationalization for the 21st century, multidisciplinary perspectives on curricular change, and evaluation outcomes of Cited by: Internationalizing Higher Education in Korea: Challenges and Opportunities in Comparative Perspective by An apparently unread copy in perfect condition.

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ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "Summer " Description: pages: illustrations ; 23 cm. Contents: Different perspectives on internationalization in higher education / Carolin Kreber --Reflections on trends and challenges in internationalizing an Ontario community college / Valerie L.

Grabove --Education for world-mindedness: beyond superficial. Internationalization at Home and Abroad. In a later discussion of key concepts, elements and rationales, Knight distinguishes Internationalization at Home as one of two streams in internationalization, which she sees as interdependent rather than asserts that Internationalization Abroad consists of all forms of education across borders, mobility of students, teachers.

The internationalization of higher education can be divided into two processes: Internationalization at Home. As a response to domestic postsecondary students lacking opportunities with cross cultural experiences, schools have developed on campus internationalization.

This book examines these and other related, timely issues for the case of South Korea, a major player in the internationalization of higher education in Asia, and draws on the experiences of other key players in the region and beyond--Japan, China, Singapore, and the United States--to engage in a comparative discussion of Korea's successes Cited by: 2.From the late s, the internationalization of higher education in China has been motivated by a desire for realizing “the four modernizations” (of industry, agriculture, defense and science andAuthor: Rui Yang.This book is a substantially expanded version of a presentation of the same title at the inaugural Josef A.

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