The Effects Of Internationalization And Globalization Of Higher Education

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Deardorff, Wit, Heyl and Adams, stated in the reading that “Internationalization has been one of the most powerful and persuasive forces of work within higher education around the world during the last two decades (2012).” With the effects of Internationalization, administrators of higher learning must be capable and ready to assist the “powerful influence of the global context, prepared to track and understand the broadest global trends of higher education (Deardorff, et al., 2012).” In the literature, we not only explore how higher education is perceived in the major regions of the world, but also explore the interconnectedness of the regions. In the course content we were able to view the effects of globalization and internationalization, …show more content…
Internationalization is a component of globalization and can often be defined interchangeably. With the example of language, student security also poses an uneven representation in internationalization of higher education. The reason is that international students have different lives than the students who are citizens of the nations were they are educated, which their experience is mediated by non-citizen outsider status, with little regards related to the fact of cultural difference, and problems of information asymmetry and communication difficulty ( Deardorff, et al., 2012). In the creation of international student securities many international students are not included in the process of institutions set of protocols they need to be success as migrant citizens of the nation that they going to study in. Many students have hopes to gain the best education afforded by the Western Civilization. A component of international student security should result in “a safe campus environment, mixed cultural accommodation, and appropriate services (Deardorff, et al.,

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