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Losing our chains? Contexts and Ethics of University Internationalisation

This paper calls for renewed efforts to position the UK higher education (HE) sector at the forefront of global university partnerships, while recognising that many individuals, universities, networks and agencies are also working hard to achieve this. The logic of this call is to challenge first and foremost the rather less engaged majority of universities - but also other relevant sectors - to cast off the fetters of their parochialism and take concrete steps to enable greater mobility for staff and students, greater partnership in research, and greater leverage across a coalition of forces in the network economy.

Losing our chains? Contexts and Ethics of University Internationalisation
01/01/2013
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