'I'm not like that, why treat me the same way?': the impact of stereotyping international students on their learning, employability and connectedness with the workplace

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Author: Tran, Ly Thi; Vu, Thao Thi Phuong

Abstract:

A significant body of literature on international education examines the experiences of international students in the host country. There is however a critical lack of empirical work that investigates the dynamic and complex positioning of international students within the current education-migration nexus that prevails in international education in countries such as Australia, Canada and the UK. This paper addresses an important but under-researched area of the education-migration landscape by examining how the stereotyping of students as mere 'migration hunters' may impact their study...  [+] Show more

Subjects: International education; Students; Employment; Migration; Equity

Keywords: International students; Employability; Work experience; Discrimination; Perception

Geographic subjects: Australia; Oceania

Published: Amsterdam, Netherlands: Springer Netherlands, 2016

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Journal volume: 43

Journal number: 2

Journal date: April 2016

Pages: pp. 203-220

ISSN: 0311-6999 (print), 2210-5328 (online)

Resource type: Article

Call number: TD/TNC 124.303

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