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Internationalising Higher Education Framework

Higher Education Academy (HEA), Gavin Bunting

Swansea University Author: Gavin Bunting

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This strategic framework focuses on how the Higher Education (HE) sector can prepare 21st century graduates to live in and contribute responsibly to a globally interconnected society. Internationalisation is of growing importance to HE, driven by political, economic, educational, social and technolo...

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Published: York Higher Education Academy 2014
Online Access: https://www.heacademy.ac.uk/sites/default/files/resources/InternationalisingHEframeworkFinal.pdf
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