Impact of Globalization on International Higher Education

Impact of Globalization on International Higher Education


It is globally recognized that knowledge drives development (Bedenlier & Zawacki-Richter 2015). Globalization occurs in different forms such as economic, social, technological, and environmental. Internationalization of education is another aspect of globalization. Impact of Globalization on International Higher Education As the world becomes a global village, education system has globalized through student mobility, staff mobility, starting new campuses on foreign countries, and teaching using global languages such as English among others.  Globalization of education with relation to Denmark means internationalizing the higher education systems. Internationalization of higher education systems comes in different forms such as establishing international branch campuses, franchising, joint and double programmed, student and staff mobility, and distance e- learning among others.

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