Global Perspectives on International Student Experiences in Higher Education : Tensions and Issues, Hardback Book

Global Perspectives on International Student Experiences in Higher Education : Tensions and Issues Hardback

Edited by Krishna (Morgan State University, USA) Bista

Part of the Routledge Research in Higher Education series

Description

Global Perspectives on International Student Experiences in Higher Education examines a wide range of international student experiences empirically from multiple perspectives that includes socio-cultural identities, contextual influences on their learning experiences, their wellbeing experiences, and their post-study experiences.

This collection sheds light on the over five million students who cross geographical, cultural, and educational borders for higher education outside of their home countries.

This book consists of nineteen chapters spread across four sections.

Throughout the book, contributors question the existing assumptions and values of international student programs and services, reexamine and explore new perspectives to present the emerging challenges and critical evaluations of student experiences and their identities.

Offering a rich understanding of these students and their global college experiences in Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe and Americas, this book offers research-based strategies to effectively recruit, engage, support, and retain international students as they participate in higher educational settings around the world.

This book provides resource material to benefit educators, policymakers, and staff who work closely with international students in higher education.

Information

  • Format: Hardback
  • Pages: 314 pages, 18 Line drawings, black and white; 25 Tables, black and white; 18 Illustrations, black an
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
  • Publication Date:
  • Category: Philosophy & theory of education
  • ISBN: 9781138080508

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