This book provides robust insights into the current policies, trends, challenges and possibilities in the internationalisation of higher education in East and Southeast Asian countries, revealing emergent and new models and practices in this area, and discussing implications for mutual learning across different education systems.
Drawing on case studies from Laos, Malaysia, Indonesia, Vietnam, South Korea, Guangdong–Hong Kong–Macao Greater Bay Area (GBA) and other parts of China, Singapore, the Philippines, Thailand and Japan, this volume addresses emergent and less-heard perspectives on and experiences in the internationalisation of higher education. By detailing, comparing and contrasting the key aspects of internationalisation across countries in Asia and the West, it discusses the implications for mutual learning across different higher education systems. Through practical case studies, this book brings to light the voices and experiences of researchers, who are studying core and new issues, opportunities and challenges facing the internationalisation of higher education in East and Southeast Asia.
East and Southeast Asian Perspectives on the Internationalisation of Higher Education is a must-read text for practitioners, international education policy makers and advisors at the national and institutional levels. It will also be of interest to academics, researchers, administrators, students of international and comparative education courses, as well as anyone researching the internationalisation of higher education or looking to learn more about what internationalisation could look like in the future.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
part I|26 pages
part II|96 pages
Internationalisation in HE in East Asia
part III|46 pages
Student Mobilities and Regional Cooperation
part IV|62 pages
Internationalising the Curriculum, Teaching and Learning and English Medium Instruction
part V|48 pages
Transnational Education and Pathways from International Schools to Elite International Higher Education