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Internationalizing Higher Education Worldwide: National Policies and Programs

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Internationalizing Higher Education Worldwide: National Policies and Programs

December 30, 1899

​This report analyses the array of government-initiated higher education internationalization programs and policies in place around the world. Numerous policy examples presented, and issues surrounding implementation and effectiveness are considered.


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