Skip to main content

Attracting international students: equitable services and support, campus cohesion and community engagement

In an increasingly competitive international market, higher education institutions are adopting various strategies to attract talented students from overseas.

This research report investigates how advancing equality and diversity can support the internationalisation agenda, looking at the following aspects:

  • Equity of support and professional services between international and UK students
  • Campus cohesion – the relationship between international and UK students, between staff and international students, and the ways in which institutions support good relations
  • Community engagement – how international students engage with local communities and how institutions encourage this

With clear recommendations, case studies and feedback from staff and students interviews held at six Scottish institutions, the research suggests way to evolve institutional culture to attract and support international students, and to consolidate relationships with the local community.

You can download the full research report and the executive summary below.

Attracting international students: equitable services and support, campus cohesion and community engagement PDF version
01/05/2012
Attracting international students: equitable services and support, campus cohesion and community engagement PDF version View Document
Attracting international students: equitable services and support, campus cohesion and community engagement WORD version
01/05/2012
Attracting international students: equitable services and support, campus cohesion and community engagement WORD version View Document
Summary: Attracting international students: equitable services and support, campus cohesion and community engagement PDF version
01/05/2012
Summary: Attracting international students: equitable services and support, campus cohesion and community engagement PDF version View Document
Author:
Subject: