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Conclusion - Last in the series

In the 21st century, student mobility, transnational education and research collaboration are the pillars that support institutions’ missions and visions of creating global citizens and providing a global education experience to its constituents. 1,162 more words

Internationalization

Indicators of Globalization

As “new and improved” institutions of higher education are being measured through direct correlation to popular magazine, newspaper, and periodical rankings, it is important to understand what this progress means to the greater global community through a list of indicators of globalization. 926 more words

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Research Methods

Global universities must begin to integrate Intercontinental and intercultural elements and components into the very core of their institutions the approach taken by the institution is threefold: internationalizing the composition of the student body, establishing and enhancing a presence overseas, and internationalizing the learning experience (McBurnie, 2000). 675 more words

Internationalization

World-Class, Worldwide

Countless higher education institutions’ missions make the claim to be global organizations producing global citizens. Understanding exactly what that means is a worthwhile pursuit. Gathering data that supports the idea that there are indicators of global engagement is fundamental to understanding the impact and effects of globalization on higher education. 1,051 more words

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Indicators versus Rankings

Higher education around the world has made a transition due to the current societal trend of globalization. Colleges and universities around the world have entered an era where the movement of minds and cooperation of academia are fashioning out a new brand of institution. 980 more words

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