Studies in internationalization


Wende, Marijk van der (2001) Studies in internationalization. Journal of studies in international education, 5 (2). pp. 165-169. ISSN 1028-3153

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Abstract:Research-based literature on new phenomena is scarce, so is the literature on the relatively new, but strongly growing, trend in internationalization, which concerns the provision of education across borders: A trend that sometimes has been identified as "moving education, not learners," Two studies have recently been published that reveal a lot of information on this so far quite-unexplored, but much discussed, issue. It is not surprising that both studies come from two countries that are leading in this area: the United Kingdom and Australia.
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