Internationalization and Hegemonic Practices
This article critically examines the practice of ‘internationalization’ at higher education institutes. Internationalization is commonly understood in terms of changes in demographics as in enrollment of international students, recruitment of international faculty, mobility of scholars, and collaborative research projects with international partners, etc. This article, however, points towards adopting a more reflective approach to the western-centric or west-bound internationalization.
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