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Drivers of and Speculation over the Future of Higher Education Internationalization

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Global and Local Internationalization

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This chapter speculates on the future directions of higher education internationalization. It is driven by data related to the development of global higher education capacity in teaching/learning and research/scholarship as well as considering changes being imposed on higher education generally. Speculation centers on the futures of: mobility patterns and flows; cross border institutional competition and collaboration; patterns of multi-mission and comprehensive internationalization; rising expectations of accountability not only for higher education generally, but in outcomes and impacts from internationalization; and changing mixes of decision makers and priorities driving cross-border engagements.

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Hudzik, J.K. (2016). Drivers of and Speculation over the Future of Higher Education Internationalization. In: Jones, E., Coelen, R., Beelen, J., Wit, H.d. (eds) Global and Local Internationalization. Transgressions: Cultural Studies and Education. SensePublishers, Rotterdam. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-94-6300-301-8_4

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