Internationalisation: troublesome knowledge for the disciplines

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Clifford, Valerie Anne (2012) Internationalisation: troublesome knowledge for the disciplines. In: Tribes and territories in the 21st century : rethinking the significance of disciplines in higher education. Trowler, Paul, Saunders, Murray and Bamber, Veronica, eds. International studies in higher education . Routledge, Abingdon, Oxon, U.K. ; New York, pp. 197-207.

Abstract

The focus of internationalisation in higher education has, until recently, been on market share in terms of international students and supporting them to be successful in their studies in a foreign environment. Cross-border education has further developed to include mobility, not just of persons, but also of programmes and institutions (Stella 2006). Universities are slowly realising that to become 'international universities' in reality, rather than just in rhetoric, then internationalisation needs to pervade every aspect of the institution and needs to include the 'internationalisation' of the education of the majority non-mobile home sutdents.

Item type Book Section
URI https://vuir.vu.edu.au/id/eprint/8856
ISBN 9780415880628 (print), 978020313693 (online)
Subjects Historical > FOR Classification > 1302 Curriculum and Pedagogy
Historical > SEO Classification > 9303 Curriculum
Current > Division/Research > Other
Keywords ResPubID24397, tertiary education, universities, cultural diversity, teaching, Australia
Citations in Scopus 4 - View on Scopus
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