The impact of globalisation on international higher education at institutional and national level


Essay, 2017

21 Pages, Grade: 2,3


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Table of contents

1. Introduction

2. Defining Globalisation

3. Impacts of Globalisation on international Higher Education
3.2 The beginning of Globalisation and its historical impact on Higher Education
3.1 GATS and Higher Education
3.3 The negative side of the impacts of Globalisation
3.4 International student mobility and program mobility

4. The European perspective: Europeanisation of Higher Education
4.1 The policy convergence and the Bologna process and after
4.2 Student mobility: the example of ERASMUS
4.3 Staff mobility for teaching
4.4 Connections between Europeanisation and Globalisation

5. The institutional level: Example of the Georg August University Goettingen
5.1 Strategy of Internationalisation at Georg August University Goettingen
5.2 Internationalisation of the Curriculum
5.3 Current international students at the University of Goettingen

6. Conclusion

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Title
The impact of globalisation on international higher education at institutional and national level
College
University College London  (Institute of Education)
Course
Innovation and Change in Higher and Professional Education
Grade
2,3
Author
Year
2017
Pages
21
Catalog Number
V478295
ISBN (eBook)
9783668960183
ISBN (Book)
9783668960190
Language
English
Keywords
Globalisation, Higher Education, Education, Impact, Institutional, National, Student Mobility, Erasmus
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Laura Kirchhoff (Author), 2017, The impact of globalisation on international higher education at institutional and national level, Munich, GRIN Verlag, https://www.grin.com/document/478295

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