Monitoring Internationalization of Higher Education
Keywords:Accountability, Administration and Management, Economics of Higher Education, Globalization and Internationalization, Academic Quality, Assessment and Accreditation,
AbstractMonitoring internationalization through global surveys shows its increasing importance in higher education and the centrality of preparing students for a globalized world for many institutions. The pursuit of prestige, the focus on student mobility and the persistent popularity of Europe as a priority, are some of the trends that require vigilance to avoid risk of exclusion for less well-resourced institutions and regions.
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