Institutional Race for International Tuition

The Institutional Race for International Tuition Dollars:
Do We Understand the Real Costs?

By Hans de Wit – in WES / WENR

National and institutional policies around the globe explicitly view international students through a short-term financial lens.
But as we balance economic imperatives and higher education’s core mission, one question has become increasingly urgent: Are the ethical, academic, and civic tradeoffs we’re making justifiable?

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The Institutional Race for International Tuition Dollars:
Are the Costs Acceptable?

By Hans de Wit – in WES / WENR.

International student mobility is driving the agenda of higher education now more than ever. Numbers are rising, from 2 million globally mobile students a decade ago to close to 5 million now to an anticipated 8 million in another decade.
As a group, these highly mobile students are viewed as a rich economic resource, with a strong focus on their revenue-generating potential manifest in national and institutional policies around the globe.

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http://wenr.wes.org/2016/05/placing-international-student-mobility-in-a-quality-and-ethical-perspective/?utm_campaign=WENR-Monthly-May-2016&utm_source=Feature&utm_medium=email&mkt_tok=eyJpIjoiTURWa01qQmpZV1JtT0RkaiIsInQiOiIwbm9SXC9vdkVucEFiTitaaXh1SnJld2UwaGpydkd4aDVSTDBnWVNnS1ZDcGtKYzBiVER5ZDlpTnB1WjQwNk9qOFQxVFNsZ29FTEhwQW5hSk1qbmVJdWtcL1BIRUtCb2lFWFIyZzhiV0lxWEwwPSJ9 Povl Tiedemann
Nay 2016

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