Internationalization: Unintended Consequences?
Keywords: Access and Equity, Globalization and Internationalization, Marketization and Commercialization, Private Higher Education and Privatization, Academic Quality, Assessment and Accreditation, Brian Circulation and Brain Drain, Diversity, Ethnicity, and Race, International, education export, public fundin, , Australia
AbstractInternational Student Populations have risen dramatically in Australian tertiary education, allowing a drop in the amount required to publicly fund education; however, concerns arise that reliance on international student tuition may adversely effect quality, and a focus on education as industry (and it is currently Australia's 3rd largest export) may skew educational priorities.
How to Cite
Knight, J. (2015). Internationalization: Unintended Consequences?. International Higher Education, (54). https://doi.org/10.6017/ihe.2009.54.8412
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