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2018-03-15

Jane Knight :高等教育国际化的收益、风险与非预期后果

  高等教育国际化是将国际/跨文化维度整合到高等学校的教学、科研和社会服务之中的过程。过去十年,国际化已成为高等教育变革强有力的动力。本次讲座将考察与学生流动、质量保障与认证、合作办学、大学国际排名和区域教育中心等相关的高等教育国际化的新发展。高等教育国际具有多方面的收益,但是也有新的风险和非预期后果。 

  Jane Knight教授为加拿大多伦多大学安大略教育研究院教授,当代研究高等教育国际化最著名、成果最丰硕的学者之一。她具有与六十余家国际机构合作的丰富的研究阅历,出版《激流中的高等教育:国际化的新趋势》(中译本即将由大赢家即时比分出版社出版)、《高等教育财政的国际比较》等专著。 

  时间:11月5日(周四)下午2:00–4:00  地点:大赢家即时比分103 

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  Internationalization: Benefits, Risks and Unintended Consequences 

  As we progress into the 21st century, the international dimension of higher education is becoming increasingly important, and at the same time more complex. During the last decade internationalization has become a formidable force for change. This presentation examines new developments in internationalization related to student mobility, quality assurance and accreditation, joint and double degrees, international rankings and regional education hubs. While the benefits are numerous, there are also new risks and unintended consequences. These can include the brain train effect, diploma mills, commercialization and commodification of cross-border education, unequal access, and cultural homogenization. These new developments illustrate that it is necessary to stay alert to unexpected twists and turns along the road to internationalization, since nothing unfolds entirely as expected. As internationalization matures it is important to monitor intended and unintended results so that benefits to individuals, institutions, nations and society outweigh the risks, both now and in the future. 

  Prof. Jane Knight is an adjunct professor at Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto. She focuses her research and professional interests on the international dimension of higher education at the institutional, system, national and international levels. Her work in many countries of the world helps to bring a comparative, development and international policy perspective to her research. In addition to her involvement with regional comparative studies of international education (Latin America, Asia Pacific, North America, Europe) with OECD and the World Bank, she is currently examining key policy issues such as cross-border education, trade agreements, brain drain and strategic alliances.  


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