Internationalization of Higher Education: Trends and Strategies
Within the context of broad literature on higher education, this paper discusses some of the issues of the international dimension of higher education. Higher education is becoming increasingly international, as more students are willing to study overseas, enrol in international programmes in their home country, or take cour-ses at universities in other countries by using the internet. Interna-tional higher education has become an issue of negotiation on liberalizing trade in services through GATS, and an important issue for policy makers. Because of its importance on capacity bui-lding, income generation, skilled migration and mutual unders-tanding, many countries have already established strategies to encourage the mobility of students, teachers and programmes.
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