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Vincent-Lancrin StĂ©phan (2008). « Student Mobility, Internationalization of Higher Education and Skilled Migration ». In World Migration Report 2008: Managing Labour Mobility in the Evolving Global Economy. Genève : Organisation internationale pour les migrations (OIM). 105–125 
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Resource type: Book Article
BibTeX citation key: VincentLancrin2008b
Categories: Enseignement supérieur
Keywords: marché de l'éducation, migration, mobilité étudiante
Creators: Vincent-Lancrin
Publisher: Organisation internationale pour les migrations (OIM) (Genève)
Collection: World Migration Report 2008: Managing Labour Mobility in the Evolving Global Economy
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URLs     http://www.iom.int ... 2008/Ch4_WMR08.pdf
Abstract     
The dynamics of student mobility and the internationalization of higher education have changed profoundly since the 1990s. Twenty years ago, the primary motivations to study abroad were related to academic, political, geo-strategic, cultural and development aid issues and considerations. At the time, countries took a favourable view of the mobility of students and academics as an opening to the world, in the hope of creating international networks of elites. Universities received foreign students and academics but made no special effort to recruit them. Today, even though the original motivations remain valid, cross-border education – that is, all that entails the international mobility of students and teachers, educational programmes or institutions of higher learning (Knight, 2004) – is being increasingly driven by economic considerations. Governments see it as a fulcrum of economic development and as a means of improving the quality of their higher education and their institutions of higher learning, an element of prestige (and sometimes a source of income), giving them a competitive edge. Individuals see it as a further boost to their career both in their home country and on the international job market, or even as an investment towards possible future emigration. (...)
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