International Student Recruitment and Mobility in Non-Anglophone Countries offers a detailed analysis of global dimensions and trends in international student mobility and recruitment. It examines current data on student flows, policies and instruments, obstacles and opportunities for recruitment, and the roles of multiple stakeholders from different parts of the world.

Considering the current geopolitical developments and tensions, increased competition for global talent, health and sustainability concerns, growing nationalism, and other factors, non-Anglophone countries are likely to increase their recruitment efforts moving forward. This book highlights the initiatives and instruments of these countries to attract international students and build long-term internationalization strategies.

With case studies from Africa, Asia, Europe, the Middle East, and Latin America, International Student Recruitment and Mobility in Non-Anglophone Countries is a must-read text for international education policy advisors at the national and institutional levels and in the international higher education industry around the globe.

chapter 1|16 pages

International student recruitment and mobility

Dominant themes from literature and examples from key non-Anglophone countries

chapter 3|15 pages

English as medium of instruction in non-Anglophone countries

A global comparative analysis of policies, practices, and implications

part 2|114 pages


part 3|91 pages


chapter 10|19 pages

International education and international student recruitment in China

Development and challenges

chapter 11|15 pages

Changing context, changing strategies

Opportunities and challenges in attracting international students to India

chapter 12|19 pages

International students in Japan

Changes and challenges

chapter 13|19 pages

The Korean case of international student recruitment

Remarkable progress but internally flawed