Internationalisation: cui bono?

Dhiya Al-Jumeily, Alastair Balchin, Laura Bishop, Alice Ferrebe, Padam Simkhada

Abstract


Many universities are striving to internationalise, each with its own rationale.  To benefit students, these efforts must go beyond the recruitment of international students and the development of transnational education, even though these bring their own fiscal and cultural rewards.  Here we examine the value of the other strands of the international agenda – student and staff exchange and internationalising the curriculum – as the aspects that most directly benefit the student experience.


Keywords


internationalisation; study abroad; curriculum development; student experience; globalisation

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