Book review: International Students in the Asia Pacific – Mobility, Risks and Optimism

International Students in the Asia Pacific – Mobility, Risks and Optimism (Peter Kell and Gillian Vogl, 2012)

Rashmi Dravid

Abstract


The book offers a comprehensive understanding of complex dynamics of factors that characterize international student mobility while unpacking the inherent contradictions.

Keywords


Internationalisation; student mobility; student experience

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References


Beck, U. (2006) ‘Living in the World Risk Society.’ Economy and Society, 35 (3): 329-345. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/03085140600844902
Kell, P. M. and Vogl, G. J. (2007) Internationalisation, national development and markets: Key dilemmas for leadership in higher education in Australia. In Kell, P. and Vogl, G. (eds) Between The Flags! From Local Dangers to Global Risks for International Students. International Students in the Asia Pacific. Springer.
Kell, P. and Vogl, G. (2012) International students in the Asia Pacific. Springer.
UNESCO/Council of Europe (2001) Code of Good Practice in the provision of Transnational Education. Available at http://www.coe.int/t/dg4/highereducation/recognition/code%20of%20good%20practice_EN.asp (accessed 6/12/14)
Vogl, G. and Kell, P. (2010) Welcome to Wollongong: host communities and international students. Macquarie University Research Online.


DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.14234/elehe.v6i1.91


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