International short students mobility and transparency: A Dutch-Russian perspective
Lisboa : inScience Press
InCarmo, M. (ed.), Education applications & developments VI, pp. 335-344
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Carmo, M. (ed.), Education applications & developments VI
SubjectInequality, cohesion and modernization; Ongelijkheid, cohesie en modernisering
This paper investigates the importance of transparency of internationalization and various obstacles and barriers that influence international short student mobility within the European Higher Education Area (EHEA) in particular in the Netherlands and in Russia. Having in mind that due to privacy regulations and availability of data regarding international short student mobility, this article is using a framework based on literature review. The authors analyze patterns in international short student mobility, both between countries and over time, not only by using various literature analyses but as well as interviews and panel discussions at HAN University of Applied Sciences, the Netherlands and Plekhanov Russian University of Economics, Russia, to give this research an qualitative dimension and underline how internationalization and what various factors are relevant to international short student mobility This article presents an important contribution to this growing field of literature by doing a comparative analysis about the factors which positively improve the international short students mobility. The three folded impact of this paper is obvious for the stakeholders involved: students, institutions and policy makers are responsible for the smooth cooperation and coordination for a better international mobility.
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