Trends and strategies within the process of academic internationalization
This paper aims at analyzing the process of academic internationalization from a conceptual perspective. First, it will be introduced and explained the concept of academic internationalization. Next, it will be made a parallel between internationalization, globalization and regionalization, concepts which are frequently used as interchangeable, but express different phenomena considering their broad implications. On focus are also the main factors which trigger internationalization, which can be divided into four categories: political, economic, academic, cultural and social ones. In the next part there are depicted some of the internationalization strategies deployed by most of the very dynamic universities across the world.
Volume (Year): 7 (2012)
Issue (Month): 1 (Spring)
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