A Comprehensive Structure to Understand Outward Mobility - Reflections for University International Offices
Ayoubi, Rami M.
DUZ Academic Publishers
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This article aims to review a number of previous reports and studies of the impact of internationaloutward mobility on university, staff and students. It also reflects on the lack of practical measure-ment of the overall impact of outward mobility on university, staff and students. Overall, it is be-lieved that outward mobility enhances internationalisation at the university; it increases the interna-tional research activities for staff, and the employability skills of mobile students. A comprehensivestructure to understand outward mobility is suggested at the end of the article. Further investigationis required to test the viability of the suggested structure. Conclusions and recommendations forsenior management professionals and international and partnership practitioners are presented
Internationalisation of Higher Education;
Ayoubi, R.M. and Loutfi, M. (2016) 'A Comprehensive Structure to Understand Outward Mobility - Reflections for University International Offices', Internationalisation of Higher Education, May
This article was published in May 2016 (online), full version available at https://www.handbook-internationalisation.com/en/handbuch/gliederung/#/Beitragsdetailansicht/173/425/A-Comprehensive-Structure-to-Understand-Outward-Mobility---Reflections-for-University-International-Offices
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