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Cross-border partnerships in higher education

Robin Sakamoto

Cross-border partnerships in higher education

strategies and issues

by Robin Sakamoto

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Published by Routledge in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Transnational education,
  • Education and globalization

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementRobin Sakamoto, David W. Chapman.
    SeriesInternational studies in higher education
    ContributionsChapman, David W.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsLC1095 .S65 2010
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24029558M
    ISBN 109780415876483, 9780203849262
    LC Control Number2010002842

      Partnerships; Citation. Otieno, I. and Otieno, T. (), "Community College-University Cross-Border Partnership through Faculty Exchange", University Partnerships for Academic Programs and Professional Development (Innovations in Higher Education Teaching and Learning, Vol. 7), Emerald Group Publishing Limited, pp. Author: Iddah Aoko Otieno, Tom Otieno. Routledge, London, ) attempting to move into the ‘Third Generation’ of cross-border higher education (Knight in Internationalization of higher education and global mobility. Symposium.

    Making transnational collaboration work: The case of China’s Hong Kong system. In D. Chapman & R. Sakamoto (Ed.), Cross-border collaborations in higher education: Partnerships beyond the classroom (pp. ). Dordrecht: Springer. Postiglione, G. A. (). Ethnic minority identity and educational outcomes in a rising China. Interstate regulation of public cross-border higher education entities. Houston, TX: Institute for Higher Education Law and Governance. Lane, J.E., Kinser, K. & Knox, D. (). The Effects of Interstate Regulations on Cross-Border Public Higher Education. Institute for Higher Education Governance and Law Policy Paper Series.

    Globalization, Cross Border Education, and Student Migration: Determining Student Institutional Choice Factors: /ch Presently, there are more than two million students studying outside their home countries and the total number is expected to grow to eight million by Author: Ryan Vance Guffey. Higher Education and Global Poverty: University Partnerships and the World Bank in Developing Countries eBook: Christopher S. Collins: : Kindle Store5/5(1).


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Cross-border Partnerships in Higher Education looks beyond student and faculty exchanges to examine the myriad ways international colleges and universities work together as institutions. These partnerships have involved the creation of branch campuses, joint research and technology initiatives, collaboration in strengthening institutional management, testing, faculty.

Cross-border Partnerships in Higher Education looks beyond student and faculty exchanges to examine the myriad ways international colleges and universities work together as institutions.

These partnerships have involved the creation of branch campuses, joint research and technology initiatives, collaboration in strengthening institutional management, testing, faculty Price: $ Cross-border Partnerships in Higher Education looks beyond student and faculty exchanges to examine the myriad ways international colleges and universities work together as institutions.

These partnerships have involved the creation of branch campuses, joint research and technology initiatives, collaboration in strengthening institutional management, testing, faculty Manufacturer: Routledge.

The book is intended for scholars and students of international higher education, higher education leaders and practitioners who are charting a course toward greater cross-border collaboration, and leaders in international development assistance organizations that are often asked to support such initiatives.

This book is divided into five : Robin Sakamoto, David Chapman. Book Description. Cross-border Partnerships in Higher Education looks beyond student and faculty exchanges to examine the myriad ways international colleges and universities work together as institutions.

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Cross-border Partnerships in Higher Education: Strategies and Issues. [Robin Sakamoto; David W Chapman] -- Cross-border Partnerships in Higher Education looks beyond student and faculty exchanges to examine the myriad ways international colleges and universities work together as institutions.

The book is intended for scholars and students. The book is intended for scholars and students of international higher education, higher education leaders and practitioners who are charting a course toward greater cross-border collaboration, and leaders in international development assistance organizations that.

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As global engagement activity has increased among ACE member institutions in recent years, senior. Calls for Chapter Proposals for Volume 5 of new book series IHETL An edited volume by Dr. Patrick Blessinger (International HETL Association) and Dr.

Barbara Cozza (St. John’s University, USA) Book Title: University Partnerships in Higher Education Full Chapters Due: Ap Proposal Submission Deadline: Novem This publication examines the ways that international colleges and universities work together as institutions.

It provides an overview of the purposes of types of cross-border collaborations, an analysis of the benefits, and an examination of issues arising from these by:. To this end, the chapters in this volume examine various motivations, goals, mechanisms, outcomes and challenges associated with cross-border collaboration in higher education.

Crossing Borders in East Asian Higher Education was awarded 1st place in the Annual Comparative and International Education Society's Higher Education SIG in the.Through ethnographic methods, this study offers a model for cross-border partnerships between universities in developing and developed countries, which will be highly valuable for those training to be education specialists in development agencies as the model presented casts light on the potential benefits of higher education as a poverty.Cross-border Tertiary Education: A Way towards Capacity Development Cross-border higher education is emerging to become a fascinating but very complex phenomenon.

The mobility of students, professors, knowledge and even values has been part of higher education for centuries, but it has recently grown at an unprecedented pace.