Belt and Road Higher Education Research: Student Mobility in the Belt and Road Countries

Iris BenDavid-Hadar (Editor), LIU Jin (Editor), Wenhong Song (Editor)

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    This book examines the internationalisation of higher education with special focus on student mobility in Belt and Road countries, and comprises twelve chapters. While the majority of chapters analyse the issue of student mobility from an educational policy point of view (Chapters 2 through 10), the Chapter 11 has a different focus. It focuses on the pedagogy of learning in a higher education institute in the global international era. As this book aims at the audience of both policymakers and educators, the insights gained from Chapter 11 might be of use while disseminating a policy of the integration of a larger share of international students within a country.
    In addition, most of the Chapters examine student mobility as a phenomenon within developing countries (Chapters 2 through 8), such as Pakistan and Vietnam. However, Chapter 9 and Chapter 10 discuss student mobility in a developed country, the state of Israel. Israel is a country that is familiar with mobility as most of its residents have emigrated from different countries. The experience of the Israeli education system might be useful for other countries that are less familiar with the issue of diversity and internationalisation.
    Original languageAmerican English
    Place of PublicationBeijing
    PublisherChina Social Science Press
    Number of pages224
    ISBN (Print)978-7-5203-2515-8
    StatePublished - 1 Nov 2018


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