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Internationalisation of the curriculum: some personal thoughts!. Mandy Asghar April 2013. “Despite the rhetoric concerning internalisation of the curriculum, changes mainly focus on inducting international students into the western educational system…”

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“Despite the rhetoric concerning internalisation of the curriculum, changes mainly focus on inducting international students into the western educational system…”

Clifford V (2009) The necessity to empower students to challenge and reshape higher education curricula in a global age, Reflecting Education Vol 5, No. 1, February 2009, pp. 4-15 http://reflectingeducation.net


An educational colonialist enterprise? curriculum, changes mainly focus on inducting international students into the western educational system…”


Concerns over standards? curriculum, changes mainly focus on inducting international students into the western educational system…”


Staff and students invited to become border crossers? curriculum, changes mainly focus on inducting international students into the western educational system…”


  • Students felt that staff needed to have an understanding of other cultures

  • They sometimes felt lonely

  • Sometimes stereotyped as lazy

  • Experienced study shock

    Clifford V (2009) The necessity to empower students to challenge and reshape higher education curricula in a global age, Reflecting Education Vol 5, No. 1, February 2009, pp. 4-15 http://reflectingeducation.net


  • Changing the approach to the curriculum other cultures

    • Contributions

    • Additive

    • Transformative

    • Action

      Banks (1993) cited in Morey, A. (2000) Changing Higher Education Curricula for a Global and Multicultural World, Higher Education in Europe, Vol. XXV, No. 1


  • Or other cultures

    • Exclusive

    • Inclusive

    • Transformative

      Kitano (1997) cited in Morey, A. (2000) Changing Higher Education Curricula for a Global and Multicultural World, Higher Education in Europe, Vol. XXV, No. 1


  • Betty other culturesLeask

  • Questionnaire on Internationalisation of the Curriculum.


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