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Student Mobility

A future of infinite possibilities? Institutional differences in configuring aspirations and transitions

The post-study aspirations and/or transitions of international students have been examined in extant literature, with a focus on the perceived and/or experienced exchange value of...
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Intra-European mobility of PhD students: Creating a European standard or promoting inequality?

The purpose of this paper is to examine the flow of Intra-European students for PhD studies and identifying reasons for stratification in the international student...
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Shifting Study Abroad Motivations of Korean Millennials: From Untilitarian to Self-realization

Purpose Extant studies have reported that Korean students were motivated to study abroad mainly for academic and career purposes(Park, 2009; Kim, 2011). Although Korean society...
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Why Chinese students choose to study secondary education in Canada: An empirical investigation based on push-pull model

Introduction With the trend of globalization and internationalization of education, an increasing number of Chinese students choose to study secondary education overseas. It was reported...
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The Machinery of School Internationalisation in Action: Beyond the Established Boundaries

Drawing on scholarship from the field of internationalisation in higher education and other theoretical influences in education policy, comparative education and sociology of education, this...
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Telling China’s Story Well – The Construction of International Students in Chinese Higher Education Policy

During 2018, 492,185 international students studied in China, meaning that it is now the third largest destination country in terms of total international. Despite this...
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Influential Factors and Strategies of International Students Movement ——Based on the perspective of local universities in China

Under the tide of globalization, student internationalization has become the core of the higher education institutions’ development strategy. The OECD data suggest that in 2018,...
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