Outbound student exchange at Australian and New Zealand universities: the effects of pre-departure decision-making, in-country experiences and post-sojourn outcomes

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Author: Daly, Amanda


There is increasing student mobility around the world and a growing focus on transnational education. Until a decade ago in Australia and New Zealand the emphasis was on attracting international students to be full-fee paying (FFP) enrolments. Consequently, much of the research has focused on issues relating to the psychosocial and sociocultural adjustment, and learning and teaching needs of FFP international students. Recently, there has been a growing field of work from the US and Europe examining outbound student mobility programs including cultural and language tours, study abroad...  [+] Show more

Subjects: International education; Higher education; Teaching and learning; Outcomes; Skills and knowledge; Participation; Culture and society

Keywords: Student exchange; Decision making; Competence; Cultural awareness

Geographic subjects: Oceania; Australia; New Zealand; Canada; North America

Published: [Mt Gravatt, Queensland]: Griffith University, 2007

Physical description: xvi, 295 p.

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Statement of responsibility: Amanda J Daly

On cover: Submitted as a dissertation for the award of Doctor of Philosophy

Resource type: Thesis

Call number: TD/TNC 111.194

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