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Higher education in a globalising world

Higher education in a globalising world

international trends and mutual observations : a festschrift in honour of Ulrich Teichler

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Published by Kluwer Academic Publishers in Dordrecht, Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Education, Higher -- Cross-cultural studies.,
  • Education and globalization -- Cross-cultural studies.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Statementedited by Jürgen Enders and Oliver Fulton.
    GenreCross-cultural studies.
    SeriesHigher education dynamics -- v. 1
    ContributionsTeichler, Ulrich., Enders, Jürgen., Fulton, Oliver.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsLB2322.2 .H52 2002
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvi, 264 p. ;
    Number of Pages264
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19288474M
    ISBN 101402008635
    LC Control Number2002030118

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Search within book. Front Matter. Pages i-xvi. PDF. Blurring Boundaries and Blistering Institutions: An Introduction Already in his student days he has recognised the unique characteristics of higher education.

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Save up to 80% by choosing the eTextbook option for ISBN:The book provides an overview of Higher Education discourses in Europe and beyond, devoting attention to alternative subaltern discourses that can provide the germs for a higher education which could come into fruition in the future.

Higher Education: Global Perspectives, Emerging Challenges and Opportunities (Education in a Competitive and Globalizing World) UK ed. Edition by Cassandra Harmon (Editor) ISBN   This highly topical book charts how the tools of technology are altering the ways in which education is being delivered and received.

It looks at the huge impact of the World Wide Web on current educational practice and what this means for the students and teachers involved.

Higher education (HE) is believed to play a pivotal part in the process of globalisation and, as a consequence, it is being transformed, mainly within the context of a supranational union (the European Union, henceforth EU), which set itself the ambitious and unlikely target of becoming the most powerful and competitive ‘knowledge economy’ in the world by the year (EC, ).

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Higher education in a globalising world: international trends and mutual observations: a festschrift in honour of Ulrich Teichler / edited by Jurgen Enders and Oliver Fulton Kluwer Academic Publishers Dordrecht ; London Australian/Harvard Citation.

Teichler, Ulrich. This book focuses on current policy discourse in Higher Education, with special reference to Europe. It discusses globalisation, Lifelong Learning, the EU’s Higher Education discourse, this discourse’s regional ramifications and alternative practices in Higher Education from both the minority and majority worlds with their different learning traditions and by: 1.

Higher education in a globalising world focuses on current policy discourse in higher education. It discusses globalisation, Lifelong Learning, the EU’s higher education discourse – this discourse’s regional ramifications – and alternative practices in higher education from both the minority and majority worlds with their different learning traditions and epistemologies.

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Not only does Mayo offer a stunning detailed analysis of the globalizing forces shaping higher education within dialectic of oppression and resistance, but he does so with a style that is as rigorous as it is accessible and poetic. Higher education in a globalising context: community engagement and lifelong learning.

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Enders, J. and Fulton, Oliver () Higher education in a globalising world: international trends and mutual observations: a festschrift in honour of Ulrich Teichler. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht. Full text not available from this repository. Higher Education in a Globalising World Community Engagement and Lifelong Learn.

The lowest-priced brand-new, unused, unopened, undamaged item in its original packaging (where packaging is. El-Khawas E. () Developing An Academic Career in a Globalising World. In: Enders J., Fulton O.

(eds) Higher Education in a Globalising World. Higher Education Dynamics, vol 1. African Higher Education: Developments and Perspectives, Volume: 1 E-Book ISBN: Globalisation, together with readier access to capability-enhancing technologies and to technological insights once restricted to a few leading economies, are resulting in greater competition within Europe, and more widely within the developed world.

DANS is an institute of KNAW and NWO. Driven by data. Go to page top Go back to contents Go back to site navigation. Competing Higher Education Futures In a Globalising World. Regarding education though, a globalised world has certainly transformed, and still does, the field in certain positive ways: Thanks to globalised education, teaching methods are now more interconnected and widespread.

Access to schools has been enhanced and because of that students are increasingly becoming prepared for multinational roles. Corporatisation, competitiveness, commercialisation: new logics in the globalising of UK higher education By Susan L.

Robertson Contemporary studies of UK higher education by HE researchers tend to focus upon organisations and their transformation as a result of the implementation of New Public Management (Hood ). Globalising education.

PHOTO: Pixabay. How the curriculum is changing, and why. Rachelle Cole, Arjuna Dibley. Share and higher house prices are locking young people out of the housing market. While classroom teachers began to equip children with the skills to engage with the world beyond Australia in the s and 70s, it took several.

Competing Higher Education Futures in a Globalising World. PAUL LEFRERE. Open University (IET), UK. Search for more papers by this author and more widely within the developed world, for influence of all kinds (not just influence over the choices that foreign students make about the Higher Education courses on offer to them from Europe, but.

This book charts how the tools of technology are altering ways in which higher education is being delivered and received. Divided into three sections, the book adopts a systematic and thoroughly researched approach to globalizing education. Part I examines major issues arising from the growing practice of global education.

Chapter 1 considers the pulls and pushes affecting current interest in. Challenges Facing Universities in a Globalising World Susan L. Robertson Centre for Globalisation, Education and Societies social and political arguments around the value of higher education to ensure quality higher education in the future.

This paper places these challenges, and concerns, on the table. I begin by tracing out three key. Multinational Universities are set to dominate the future. Whilst the rest of the world is being ‘globalised’, higher education is still focusing on internationalisation.

Of course the two are related, but the globalisation process is much more challenging or – as Maurits van Rooijen, winner of the EAIE Constance Meldrum Award for Vision and Leadership, sees it – much more exciting. Altbach, ; Hira, ). While trends in higher education around the world appear to support this orthodox view, the paper offers an alternative interpretation of developments, which leads to a different vision for the global higher education „industry‟ of In what sense is higher education internationalising.

In Diplomacy in a Globalizing World: Theories and Practices, Second Edition, twenty-three respected scholars contribute to the debate about the changing nature of contemporary diplomacy and its future theoretical and practical directions.

Filling a gap in the diplomacy textbook market, this unique volume balances breadth with depth and theory with practice, using cutting-edge comparisons to. Globalisation, together with readier access to capability-enhancing technologies and to technological insights once restricted to a few leading economies, are resulting in greater competition within Europe, and more widely within the developed world, for influence of all kinds (not just influence over the choices that foreign students make about the Higher Education courses on offer to them.

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This book presents a timely opportunity to reflect on this rich, and often misunderstood, history. The book examines the development of industry, services, infrastructure and social transformation, and the role which globalising forces have played in influencing these, particularly since the s.

This book explores the complex nexus among place, conflict and communication and brings together 11 investigations around the interplay of place, conflict and communication.

The interdisciplinary focus includes education, history, international relations, law and sociology. The news media today are full of references to "globalization" - the complex connections between different countries in the world and the way these increase over time. In fact this buzz word is so often used that it is danger of becoming a cliche.

But what exactly is globalization. What are its main driving forces. Does it embrace increasing aspects of our lives, from economics to cultural Missing: Higher education. As mentioned in a recent article in The Chronicle of Higher Education, there is a corresponding decline in the emphasis on global education in the mission statements and strategic plans of universities and colleges.

Increasing interdependence Yet, it is undeniable that the world continues to be more interconnected and interdependent.

oping world and would be supported by higher education institutions whose mission includes the promotion of global understanding and tolerance, as part of their ethical responsibilities to less-favoured groups around the world — some-times called Global Citizenship.

Areas of particular importance for capacity-building in the developing world. This book considers the effects of present-day trends in - Languages in a Globalising World - Edited by Jacques Maurais and Michael A.

Morris Frontmatter/Prelims More information. Comparison of Russian and Belorussian in higher education (university level). The Elite independent schools in globalising circumstances: a multi-sited global ethnography research project is a multi-sited global ethnographic study of high status schools in how the students are imagining their place and purpose in the global world and how the school is helping to shape their imagination; Monash University is a.India's higher education system is the world's third l argest in terms of students, next to China and the United States.

Unli ke China, however, India has the advantage of English.recognized and supported higher education as a key development priority (World Bank ). This reversed a year-old stance toward higher education (Samoff and Carrol1). However by this stage, fragile higher education systems in developing countries had experienced years of under-funding and were in a state of crisis.