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Governance and structures for the internationalisation of higher education: translating policy into practice
thesisposted on 2023-05-25, 14:03 authored by Sarah FischerSarah Fischer
As globalisation continues to expand and allow for the rapid exchange of commence and ideas across political boundaries, internationalisation of higher education is becoming increasingly important. So too, is understanding how universities are effectively adjusting and contributing to this changing landscape. This, however, is complex, given the variety of circumstances that affect how and why a higher education institution internationalises. This research compares the development of internationalisation policy and practices at similar institutions in different national contexts, using case studies of universities in Australia, the United States and Norway with the overarching research question: Why are some universities able to internationalise comprehensively and develop sustainable internationalisation policies and practices while others are not?
Department/SchoolInstitute for Marine and Antarctic Studies
PublisherUniversity of Tasmania