Student mobility

Student mobility is the movement of students across international borders who engage in an education abroad experience. Research in this category includes studies on temporary or extended periods of student migration, brain drain, brain gain, brain circulation (human capital flight), global/regional competition for talent, policies for attracting and retaining students, skilled migration and recognition of qualifications, academic mobility, transition from student to labour migration, selectivity, neoliberalism, globalisation and information society.

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International student migration to Germany

Authors Donata Bessey
Year 2012
Journal Name EMPIRICAL ECONOMICS
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1 Journal Article

Migration Decisions of Skilled Migrants: International degree students in an offbeat destination

Authors Elina Eskelä
Year 2013
Journal Name Nordic Journal of Migration Research
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2 Journal Article

Careers on the Move: International Doctoral Students at an Elite British University

Authors Adel Pasztor
Year 2015
Journal Name Population, Space and Place
Citations (WoS) 6
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3 Journal Article

An Assessment of Supply and Demand-side Theorizations of International Student Mobility

Authors A Findlay
Year 2011
Journal Name International Migration
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6 Journal Article

Study choices and returns of international students: On the role of cultural and economic capital of the family

Authors Miloslav Bahna
Year 2018
Journal Name Population, Space and Place
Citations (WoS) 2
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7 Journal Article

Intimate relationships and mobility intentions of Thai international students in Chinese universities: A gendered analysis

Authors Yi Lin, Worapinya Kingminghae
Year 2018
Journal Name Population, Space and Place
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8 Journal Article

Adapting to change in the higher education system: international student mobility as a migration industry

Authors Suzanne E. Beech
Year 2018
Journal Name Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies
Citations (WoS) 9
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10 Journal Article

Realizing Internationalization at Home in Korean Higher Education

Authors Jae-Eun Jon
Year 2013
Journal Name Journal of Studies in International Education
Citations (WoS) 36
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11 Journal Article

Policy mobilities in the race for talent: competitive state strategies in international student mobility

Authors Kate Geddie
Year 2015
Journal Name TRANSACTIONS OF THE INSTITUTE OF BRITISH GEOGRAPHERS
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12 Journal Article

Higher Education in Europe: A comparison of existing Legal Regimes relating to the entry of international students

Authors Shahana MUKHERJEE
Description
European policies on higher education have progressively encouraged inward student mobility and in recent years, a number of European countries have become popular destinations for foreign students. However, with the emergence of new host countries, the competition for international students has intensified. A key variable that determines the competitiveness of a host country is the legislation governing international students. This paper provides a comparison of the current legislation governing the entry and stay conditions of international students in 5 European countries – the UK, Germany, France, Sweden and Netherlands. The paper also provides a comparative analysis across stages of legislation to assess the post-study employment conditions for international students. As the objective is to assess the implications of the legal regimes for student flows from India (to selected European countries), the paper also draws a comparison between the former and the current legislation governing international students in the United States, Australia and other emerging host nations. The paper concludes with a summary of findings and policy recommendations to improve the competitiveness of European countries as destinations for higher education.
Year 2012
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Theorising the Spaces of Student Migration

Authors P Raghuram
Year 2013
Journal Name Population, Space and Place
Citations (WoS) 102
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14 Journal Article

The specifics of modern educational migration in the countries of the Customs Union (Russia, Republic of Belarus, Kazakhstan)

Authors Assel Yessentayeva, Bigaysha Z. Akhmetova, Shynar B. Kadirsizova, ...
Year 2019
Journal Name AMAZONIA INVESTIGA
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15 Journal Article

The Role of Institutions in the Student Migrant Experience: Norway's Quota Scheme

Authors Scott Basford, Micheline van Riemsdijk
Year 2017
Journal Name Population, Space and Place
Citations (WoS) 1
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16 Journal Article

Emerging Talents? International Students Before and After Their Career Start in Denmark

Authors Ana Mosneaga, Lars Winther
Year 2013
Journal Name Population, Space and Place
Citations (WoS) 32
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17 Journal Article

International Student Migration: Mapping the Field and New Research Agendas

Authors Russell King, P Raghuram
Year 2013
Journal Name Population, Space and Place
Citations (WoS) 105
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18 Journal Article

Portuguese policies fostering international student mobility: a colonial legacy or a new strategy?

Authors Thais França, Elisa Alves, Beatriz Padilla
Year 2018
Journal Name Globalisation, Societies and Education
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19 Journal Article

Intercultural sensitivity and tourism patterns among international students in Korea: using a latent profile analysis

Authors So Young Bae, Hwasung Song
Year 2017
Journal Name ASIA PACIFIC JOURNAL OF TOURISM RESEARCH
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20 Journal Article

Competition for the international pool of talent

Authors Alexander Haupt, Tim Krieger, Thomas Lange
Year 2016
Journal Name Journal of Population Economics
Citations (WoS) 2
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21 Journal Article

Exploring the intersection of transnationalism and critical race theory: a critical race analysis of international student experiences in the United States

Authors Christina W. Yao, Chrystal A. George Mwangi, Victoria K. Malaney Brown
Year 2019
Journal Name Race Ethnicity and Education
Citations (WoS) 1
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22 Journal Article

9/11 and International Student Visa Issuance

Authors Karin A. C. Johnson
Year 2018
Journal Name Journal of Studies in International Education
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23 Journal Article

RISK AND THE SECURITISATION OF STUDENT MIGRATION TO THE UNITED STATES

Authors MICHAEL C. EWERS, JOSEPH M. LEWIS
Year 2008
Journal Name Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie
Citations (WoS) 12
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24 Journal Article

Elite or middling? International students and migrant diversification

Authors Renee Luthra, Lucinda Platt
Year 2016
Journal Name Ethnicities
Citations (WoS) 5
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25 Journal Article

Back to the Philippines: Connecting aspirations, return and social remittances in international student migration

Authors Karen Anne Liao, Maruja Asis
Year 2020
Journal Name Asian and Pacific Migration Journal
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26 Journal Article

Push/Pull Factors, Networks and Student Migration from Côte d’Ivoire to France and Switzerland

Authors Franck Dago, Simon Barussaud
Year 2021
Journal Name Social Inclusion
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27 Journal Article

The Cultural Experience of International Students: Narratives from North and South Europe

Description
Young people are travelling more than ever before. Studying abroad is a growing and institutionalized practice, as in the Erasmus program. To find out what they’re getting out of this travelling, we have to get them to tell their stories and explore the meanings of their experience within the broader context of their lives. The results of this comparative study can usefully orient EU policymakers in sustaining young people in their transitional challenges – becoming adults, Europeans and citizens of a globalized world – fostering ongoing education in cultural diversity enhancing life for all Europeans. The key question is if and how students’ experiences abroad are contributing to overcoming cultural and social boundaries. Using a mixed-method and interdisciplinary approach, this innovative study investigates the meanings given by a group of 60 international students to their educational, cultural and overall life experience abroad (Finland and Italy). Through analysis of autobiographical-autoethnographical essays, ethnographical observations, focus groups and in-depth interviews I will address topics connected with self-construction processes in another culture: family of origin and its economic, social and cultural capital; perception of European social and cultural identity and sense of belonging to a “Cosmopolitan Generation”; fundamental cultural objects shaping the idea of Italy (South) Finland (North) and Europe in general; interaction with locals and involvement in the host culture; key life passages during students’ stay abroad. The narrative approach yields a clear, in-depth and comprehensive vision of what students abroad are actually doing and what they think about it. Beyond quantitative data, qualitative empirical material of this kind is rare; findings will offer unique insights on human life-span development, cultural globalization, social mobility, migration, tourism and education, enhancing intra-European education and mobility policies.
Year 2016
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Educationally Channeled International Labor Mobility: Contemporary Student Migration from China to Japan

Authors Gracia Liu-Farrer
Year 2009
Journal Name International Migration Review
Citations (WoS) 42
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29 Journal Article

Motivations and Constraints of Moving Abroad for Indian Students

Authors Metka Hercog, Mindel van de Laar
Year 2017
Journal Name Journal of International Migration and Integration
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31 Journal Article

The Transnational Migration Strategies of Chinese and Indian Students in Australia

Authors George Tan, G Hugo
Year 2017
Journal Name Population, Space and Place
Citations (WoS) 2
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32 Journal Article

Making Sense of One's Feelings

Authors Jean-Michel Montsion
Year 2020
Journal Name Migration, Mobility, & Displacement
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33 Journal Article

Interculturality and inclusion in Physical Education: educative innovation Erasmus in Schools

Authors Samuel Lopez-Carril, Miguel Villamon, Vicente Ano
Year 2018
Journal Name RETOS-NUEVAS TENDENCIAS EN EDUCACION FISICA DEPORTE Y RECREACION
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34 Journal Article

International student mobility literature review

Authors Russell King, Allan Findlay, Jill Ahrens
Year 2010
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35 Report

The Globalization of Tertiary Education and Intra-Asian Student Mobility: Mainland Chinese Student Mobility to Malaysia

Authors Diana Wong, Diana Wong, Ooi Pei Wen
Year 2013
Journal Name Asian and Pacific Migration Journal
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36 Journal Article

Cities of Migration

Description
With the Erasmus Initiative ‘Vital Cities and Citizens’, Erasmus University Rotterdam wants to help improve the quality of life in cities. In vital cities, the population can achieve their life goals through education, useful work and participation in public life. The vital city is a platform for creativity and diversity, a safe meeting place for different social groups. Contribute to the quality of city life Over half of the world’s population lives in cities. This will have risen to 66 percent by 2050. Cities in Asia and the sub-Sahara in particular are faced with mass migration from rural areas. As a result, the poor population in these cities is growing at a rapid rate. Globalisation, technological change, international migration and growing inequality are increasing the complexity of the social structure and cultural makeup of cities worldwide. By exploring how social changes affect city life, researchers can help cities to flourish. In this Erasmus Initiative, researchers from different disciplines work closely together to identify the conditions for equal opportunities in life, safe living environments and harmonious co-existence for an increasingly diverse population. “Cities can be seen as interesting living labs to study the complexity of today’s societal challenges, which forces us to mobilise knowledge and experiences from different disciplines and groups, as well as to explore what kind of actions could be pursued, in close collaboration with all kinds of societal partners. Vital Cities and Citizens offers demonstrates that scientific knowledge and societal relevance can go hand in hand,” Professor Victor Bekkers, Dean Erasmus School of Social and Behavioural Sciences.
Year 2018
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Student Migration

Authors A.M. Findlay, R. King
Year 2012
Book Title An Introduction to International Migration Studies: European Perspectives
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38 Book Chapter

Student mobility and identity-related language learning

Authors C. Kinginger
Year 2015
Journal Name Intercultural Education
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39 Journal Article

Should I stay or should I go? An analysis of the determinants of intra-european student mobility

Authors C. Van Mol, Kees van der Geest, C. Timmerman
Year 2014
Journal Name Population, Space and Place
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40 Journal Article

Indian Student Mobility to European Countries: An overview

Authors Shahana MKHERJEE, Rupa CHANDA
Description
One of the most significant changes in recent years has been an evolution in the role of education in the global arena. As education has increasingly assumed the role of a tradable service, countries from all parts of the world have become active participants in the ongoing internationalization of higher education. One of the key outcomes of this process has been the phenomenal growth in international student mobility since 1998. A burgeoning industry which generates revenues of up to 90 billion dollars clearly spells strong financial incentives for participants of this industry. It also implies that factors influencing international student flows have serious implications for the providers as well as consumers of higher education abroad. This paper attempts to address the issue of student mobility between two key stakeholders - India and Europe. In particular, it analyses the trends in student mobility from India to three important markets in Europe – the United Kingdom, Germany and France. The paper identifies various factors which motivate Indian students to pursue higher education abroad, in addition to market features of the host countries which attract them. The paper also identifies the constraints faced by Indian students studying in these countries and concludes with recommendations which, if implemented, can further facilitate the flow of Indian students going to Europe for higher education.
Year 2012
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In what sense ‘distinctive’? The search for distinction amongst cross-border student migrants in the UK

Authors Scott Tindal, David McCollum, Sharon Leahy, ...
Year 2015
Journal Name Geoforum
Citations (WoS) 13
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42 Journal Article

Foreign Student Emigration to the United States: Pathways of Entry, Demographic Antecedents, and Origin-Country Contexts

Authors Kevin J. A. Thomas, Christopher Inkpen
Year 2017
Journal Name International Migration Review
Citations (WoS) 5
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43 Journal Article

Student Mobility from India to Selected European Countries: The case of Germany and France

Authors Shahana MUKHERJEE, Rupa CHANDA
Description
The development of European policies on higher education in the last two decades has facilitated and encouraged (inward) non-European student mobility. This paper examines the issue of student mobility between two European host countries, namely Germany and France and a leading source country, namely India. Often regarded as the “middle players”, the paper identifies factors that drive the demand for higher education in these alternative destinations and elements that have contributed to their growing visibility among Indian students. The paper draws on findings from a recently conducted survey on Indian students in Europe to also identify the challenges associated with pursuing higher education in Germany and France. The paper further examines the role of competition and its impact on the international competitiveness of these destinations and concludes with policy recommendations, which can facilitate international student flows to Germany and France.
Year 2012
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Out-migration of university enrolment: the mobility behaviour of Italian students

Authors Antonella D'Agostino, Giulio Ghellini, Sergio Longobardi
Year 2019
Journal Name INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MANPOWER
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45 Journal Article

Mobility from India to Selected European Countries: The case of Germany and France

Authors Shahana MUKHERJEE, Rupa CHANDA
Description
The development of European policies on higher education in the last two decades has facilitated and encouraged (inward) non-European student mobility. This paper examines the issue of student mobility between two European host countries, namely Germany and France and a leading source country, namely India. Often regarded as the “middle players”, the paper identifies factors that drive the demand for higher education in these alternative destinations and elements that have contributed to their growing visibility among Indian students. The paper draws on findings from a recently conducted survey on Indian students in Europe to also identify the challenges associated with pursuing higher education in Germany and France. The paper further examines the role of competition and its impact on the international competitiveness of these destinations and concludes with policy recommendations, which can facilitate international student flows to Germany and France.
Year 2012
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Student Migration in South Africa

Authors Gabriel Tati
Year 2010
Journal Name Espace, populations, sociétés
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47 Journal Article

Asian Student Migration to Australia1

Authors Jing Shu, Lesleyanne Hawthorne
Year 1996
Journal Name International Migration
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48 Journal Article

Afrikaner Nationalism in Action: F. C. Erasmus and South Africa's Defence Forces 1948-1959

Authors Roger S. Boulter
Year 2000
Journal Name Nations and Nationalism
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49 Journal Article

Indian Student Mobility in the UK: Opportunities and challenges

Authors Leonard WILLIAMS
Description
In recent years there has been an astronomical growth in the numbers of Indian students studying at UK universities. This paper situates this increase in relation to global and historical developments: the development of internationalization in education, liberalization in the economies of India and the UK as well as the centuries-old relationship between the two countries. Statistical data is examined in order to develop a picture of this group, followed by the results of a qualitative study which examined the motivations and experiences of Indian students currently studying, or who have recently finished their studies in the UK. The results speak to Bourdieu’s (1984) theories of cultural capital and illustrate that student migrants do not go to the UK just for study, but that they often have larger expectations from the trip, entwined with their own personal long term strategies. Finally, the data is used to critique current UK policy with regards to the student visa system.
Year 2012
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“I Have to Further My Studies Abroad”: Student Migration in Ghana

Authors Justice Richard Kwabena Owusu Kyei
Year 2021
Journal Name Social Inclusion
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51 Journal Article

Impact of Participating AIMS Student Mobility Programme: A UiTM Perspective

Authors Zainab Mohd Noor, Asmahan Abd Razak, Judith Gisip, ...
Year 2020
Journal Name AKADEMIKA
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52 Journal Article

Intercultural competence for students in international joint master programmes

Authors Maria Yarosh, Dane Lukic, Rosa Santibáñez-Gruber
Year 2018
Journal Name International Journal of Intercultural Relations
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53 Journal Article

An evaluation study on students' international mobility experience

Authors Alessandra Amendola, Marialuisa Restaino
Year 2017
Journal Name QUALITY & QUANTITY
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54 Journal Article

Indian Student Migration to Australia

Authors Carmen Voigt-Graf, Siew-Ean Khoo
Year 2004
Journal Name Asian and Pacific Migration Journal
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55 Journal Article

Mediating transnational spaces: international students and intercultural responsibility

Authors Ly Thi Tran, Thao Thi Phuong Vu
Year 2017
Journal Name Intercultural Education
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56 Journal Article

Four Rationales of HE Internationalization: Perspectives of U.K. Universities on Attracting Students From Former Soviet Countries

Authors Maia Chankseliani
Year 2018
Journal Name Journal of Studies in International Education
Citations (WoS) 5
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57 Journal Article

Transnational Investments in Informational Capital

Authors Martin D. Munk
Year 2009
Journal Name Acta Sociologica
Citations (WoS) 21
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58 Journal Article

Asiatische Bildungsmobilität: Eine vergleichende Studie der internationalen Migration von japanischen und chinesischen Studierenden

Principal investigator Thomas Faist (Principal Investigator ), Yasemin Soysal (Principal Investigator )
Description
In dem Projekt wird eine systematische und komparative Analyse über asiatische Studierendenmobilität durchgeführt werden. Dabei handelt es sich um eine der weltweit stärksten bildungsbezogenen Migrationsbewegungen. Wir möchten neue Einblicke über den Zusammenhang zwischen bildungsbezogener Mobilität, Lebensplanung und Lebensverlauf gewinnen. Unser Forschungsdesign ist innovativ: Wir schlagen auf der Basis eines repräsentativen Samples von japanischen und chinesischen Studierenden einen dreifachen Vergleich vor: zwischen (1) japanischen und chinesischen Studierenden an britischen und deutschen Universitäten, (2) im Inland verbliebenen chinesischen und japanischen Studierenden und (3) nach Japan migrierten chinesischen Studierenden. Durch solche Vergleiche, und unter Verwendung von verschiedenen multivariaten Methoden und Netzwerkanalysen, erwarten wir einige theoretische Aspekte aufdecken zu können, etwa im Hinblick auf die Selektivität bildungsbezogener Mobilität, die Formierung individueller Präferenzen für regionale oder überregionale Migration, und die unterschiedlichen Auswirkungen solcher Präferenzen auf den wahrgenommenen Wert und die Möglichkeiten tertiärer Bildung für die zukünftige Lebensplanung. Zusätzlich zu der Generierung von wertvollen Umfragedaten über die Migration von chinesischen und japanischen Studierenden, wird die Forschung einer Reihe von nicht-akademischen Interessenvertretern, einschließlich Regierungen, tertiären Bildungseinrichtungen, think-tanks und Organisationen, die in die Bereitstellungen von Informationen und Unterstützung für internationale Studierende involviert sind, zugute kommen. Das vorgeschlagene Projekt beruht auf dem aktuell geförderten Befragungsprojekt 'Bright Futures: Internal and International Mobility of Chinese Students' der europäischen Partner und deren Kooperation mit Forschern an der Universität Kyoto.
Year 2016
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Upscaling Virtual Exchange in University Education: Moving From Innovative Classroom Practice to Regional Governmental Policy

Authors Pilar Garcés, Robert O’Dowd
Year 2020
Journal Name Journal of Studies in International Education
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62 Journal Article

International student flows from developing countries : do donors have an impact?

Authors Mauro LANATI, Rainer THIELE
Year 2019
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63 Working Paper

Distance and intrastate college student migration

Authors James Alm, John V. Winters
Year 2009
Journal Name Economics of Education Review
Citations (WoS) 50
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64 Journal Article

An Investigation of Factors Determining the Study Abroad Destination Choice

Authors Cheng-Fei Lee
Year 2014
Journal Name Journal of Studies in International Education
Citations (WoS) 28
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65 Journal Article

Singaporean Societies: Multimedia Communities of Student Migration

Authors Xuan Thu Dang, Howard Nicholas, Donna Starks
Year 2019
Journal Name Migration, Mobility, & Displacement
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66 Journal Article

Model migration schedules incorporating student migration peaks

Authors Tom Wilson
Year 2010
Journal Name Demographic Research
Citations (WoS) 12
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67 Journal Article

Migration from Central and Eastern Europe to Turkey

Authors Tuğba Acar, Deniz Karcı Korfalı
Book Title Between Mobility and Migration
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68 Book Chapter

World class? An investigation of globalisation, difference and international student mobility

Authors Allan M Findlay, Russell King, Fiona M Smith, ...
Year 2012
Journal Name Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers
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69 Journal Article

I wouldn't mind moving actually: Exploring Student Mobility in Northern Ireland

Authors David Cairns, Jim Smyth
Year 2011
Journal Name International Migration
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71 Journal Article

Cultural Adaptation as a Sense-Making Experience: International Students in China

Authors Shiao-Yun Chiang
Year 2015
Journal Name Journal of International Migration and Integration
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72 Journal Article

Missed Opportunity: International Students in Canada Face Barriers to Permanent Residence

Authors Huyen Dam, Joyce Chan, Sarah Wayland
Year 2018
Journal Name Journal of International Migration and Integration
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73 Journal Article

Singaporean Societies: Multimedia Communities of Student Migration

Authors Raviv Litman
Year 2019
Journal Name Migration, Mobility, & Displacement
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74 Journal Article

STUDENT MOBILITY OR EMIGRATION FLOW? THE CASE OF STUDENTS COMMUTING FROM SERBIA TO HUNGARY

Authors Zoltan Takac, Eva Szgyi
Year 2015
Journal Name DETUROPE-THE CENTRAL EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND TOURISM
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75 Journal Article

Developing intercultural understanding for study abroad: students’ and teachers’ perspectives on pre-departure intercultural learning

Authors P. Holmes, L. Bavieri, S. Ganassin
Year 2015
Journal Name Intercultural Education
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76 Journal Article

Attirer et retenir des étudiants internationaux au Luxembourg

Authors Ralph Petry, Nicolas Coda, Adolfo Sommarribas, ...
Description
La note de synthèse présente les principaux résultats de l’étude réalisée en 2018 par le Point de contact Luxembourgeois du Réseau Européen des Migrations intitulée : « Attracting and retaining international students in the EU ». Cette étude fournit un aperçu des politiques et pratiques en vigueur au Luxembourg afin d’attirer et de retenir des étudiants internationaux. Elle se base essentiellement sur les informations recueillies jusqu’en novembre 2018 et n’englobe donc que peu d’évolutions qui ont pu se produire après cette date.
Year 2019
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77 Report

International students enrolled in OECD countries, 2015

Authors Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development
Year 2018
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78 Data Set

A review of the acculturation experiences of international students

Authors Rachel A. Smith, Nigar G. Khawaja
Year 2011
Journal Name International Journal of Intercultural Relations
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79 Journal Article

ADJUSTMENT PATTERNS OF INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS IN JAPAN

Authors T TANAKA, J TAKAI, T KOHYAMA, ...
Year 1994
Journal Name International Journal of Intercultural Relations
Citations (WoS) 19
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80 Journal Article

A Review on ASEAN-Australia Education Dialogue: So Close Yet So Far

Authors Muhizam Mustafa
Year 2020
Journal Name AKADEMIKA
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82 Journal Article

The neighbourhood context of crime against international students

Authors Helen Forbes-Mewett, Rebecca Wickes
Year 2018
Journal Name Journal of Sociology
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83 Journal Article

School as solution to the problem of urban place Student migration, perceptions of safety, and children's concept of community

Authors Pamela Anne Quiroz, Kisha Milam-Brooks, Dominique Adams-Romena
Year 2014
Journal Name CHILDHOOD-A GLOBAL JOURNAL OF CHILD RESEARCH
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84 Journal Article

Proceedings of the workshop on student mobility and knowledge-based economies : opportunities and challenges for India and the EU (14 June 2013, Committee Room, Convention Centre, JNU, New Delhi)

Authors [CARIM-India]
Description
The objective of the workshop was to discuss and deliberate upon the status and overview of the student mobility between India and member states of the European Union as well as issues related to pre & post departure, post study-completion issues and employment related regulations.. The workshop envisaged to draw lessons from successful initiatives, models and best practices in terms of mobility and exchange programmes of students.
Year 2013
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EduHubMig: Knowledge migration flows in education hubs: Mobile students enrolled at Indian and British branch campuses in the United Arab Emirates

Description
The provision of higher education is a key priority for countries around the world, given that knowledge production, innovation and skills are crucial for thriving societies and economies. Even though the number of university enrollments is forecast to rise by 21 million between 2011 and 2020, many countries are struggling to meet demand. Thus different types of knowledge migration are emerging, more students are studying abroad and institutions are establishing offshore branch campuses. Research has been conducted on international student migration and transnational education, but nothing is known about the intersection of these two literatures, i.e. instances when both students and institutions cross international borders. EduHubMig addresses the paucity on this topic through the study of international students enrolled at British and Indian branch campuses in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Statistical analyses of secondary data and an online survey will identify the characteristics and size of this under-studied young migrant group. In addition, a range of qualitative research methods, such as in-depth interviews with students and other stakeholders (n=130), an institutional ethnography of offshore universities and a netnography of the website materials and social media, will uncover the various ways in which different actors shape knowledge flows within education hubs. EduHubMig will enable the Experienced Researcher to develop important new research skills and enhance her career development. The project will provide intensive training and facilitate knowledge exchange between the Experienced Researcher and the colleagues at Utrecht University with whom she shares research interests. The training plan will be closely monitored by her supervisor and supported by dedicated academic and administrative colleagues. The research and excellent training integrated in EduHubMig will help the Experienced Researcher accomplish her career objective of a tenure-track position.
Year 2017
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ADJUSTMENT PATTERNS OF INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS IN JAPAN

Authors T TANAKA, J TAKAI, T KOHYAMA, ...
Year 1994
Journal Name International Journal of Intercultural Relations
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87 Journal Article

Stressors, anxiety, acculturation and adjustment among international and North American students

Authors Marie Väfors Fritz, Dorothy Chin, Valerie DeMarinis
Year 2008
Journal Name International Journal of Intercultural Relations
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88 Journal Article

Fostering assessment of student mobility in secondary schools: indicators of intercultural competence

Authors Mattia Baiutti, Mattia Baiutti
Year 2018
Journal Name Intercultural Education
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89 Journal Article

Subjective Well-Being of Angolan Students in Portugal

Authors Félix Neto
Year 2020
Journal Name Journal of Studies in International Education
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91 Journal Article

Spatial structures of student mobility: Social, economic and ethnic ‘geometries of power'

Authors Michael Donnelly, Sol Gamsu
Year 2020
Journal Name Population, Space and Place
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92 Journal Article

“Decentring” international student mobility: The case of African student migrants in China

Authors Benjamin Mulvey
Year 2020
Journal Name Population, Space and Place
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93 Journal Article

Value Migration – Bleibeabsichten internationaler Studierender

Principal investigator Simon Morris-Lange (Principal Investigator)
Description
"Obwohl internationale Studierende zunehmend als potenzielle Fachkräfte gelten, ist bislang wenig bekannt über ihre Bleibeabsichten. Ziel des Forschungsprojekts war es, die wichtigsten Einflussfaktoren auf die Bleibeabsichten internationaler Studierender erstmalig international vergleichend zu untersuchen. Kernstück des Vorhabens war eine Online-Befragung unter mehr als 6.000 internationalenStudierenden in fünf ausgewählten EU-Staaten (Deutschland, Schweden, Niederlande, Frankreich, Großbritannien). Das Projekt wurde vom SVR-Forschungsbereich in Zusammenarbeit mit der Migration Policy Group (MPG) durchgeführt. Für jedes der untersuchten Länder wurden zudem akademische und öffentliche Partner einbezogen (für Deutschland z. B. der DAAD). Das Forschungsprojekt wurde von der Stiftung Mercator gefördert. Die Ergebnisse wurden im Rahmen einer internationalen Fachtagung im April 2012 vorgestellt und veröffentlicht."
Year 2010
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94 Project

Factors Affecting College Student Migration across States

Authors Franklin G. Mixon
Year 1992
Journal Name INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MANPOWER
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95 Journal Article

A COMPUTER SOLUTION FOR DETERMINING STUDENT MIGRATION∗

Authors Paul A. Scipione
Year 1973
Journal Name The Professional Geographer
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96 Journal Article

Knowledge migration flows in education hubs: Mobile students enrolled at Indian and British branch campuses in the United Arab Emirates

Description
The provision of higher education is a key priority for countries around the world, given that knowledge production, innovation and skills are crucial for thriving societies and economies. Even though the number of university enrollments is forecast to rise by 21 million between 2011 and 2020, many countries are struggling to meet demand. Thus different types of knowledge migration are emerging, more students are studying abroad and institutions are establishing offshore branch campuses. Research has been conducted on international student migration and transnational education, but nothing is known about the intersection of these two literatures, i.e. instances when both students and institutions cross international borders. EduHubMig addresses the paucity on this topic through the study of international students enrolled at British and Indian branch campuses in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Statistical analyses of secondary data and an online survey will identify the characteristics and size of this under-studied young migrant group. In addition, a range of qualitative research methods, such as in-depth interviews with students and other stakeholders (n=130), an institutional ethnography of offshore universities and a netnography of the website materials and social media, will uncover the various ways in which different actors shape knowledge flows within education hubs. EduHubMig will enable the Experienced Researcher to develop important new research skills and enhance her career development. The project will provide intensive training and facilitate knowledge exchange between the Experienced Researcher and the colleagues at Utrecht University with whom she shares research interests. The training plan will be closely monitored by her supervisor and supported by dedicated academic and administrative colleagues. The research and excellent training integrated in EduHubMig will help the Experienced Researcher accomplish her career objective of a tenure-track position.
Year 2017
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97 Project

Cultural and Psychological Adjustment of International Students in Thailand

Authors Veenunkarn Rujiprak
Year 2016
Journal Name INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE
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98 Journal Article

Interactive mobilities: Conceptualising VFR tourism of international students

Authors My. N. D. Tran, Kevin Moore, Michael C. Shone
Year 2018
Journal Name JOURNAL OF HOSPITALITY AND TOURISM MANAGEMENT
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99 Journal Article

Further examining the role motivation to study abroad plays in the adaptation of international students in Canada

Authors V.I. Chirkov, J. de Guzman, K. Playford, ...
Year 2008
Journal Name International Journal of Intercultural Relations
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100 Journal Article
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