At the crossroads of culture and nation: International education and training in English.
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Decreasing federal funding of the Higher Education sector has forced Australian universities to seek and secure critical funding elsewhere. Many have turned to international markets, hoping the fees paid by overseas students will help to match the funding shortfall. Yet, discursive shifts in the definition of internationalisation in Federal and institutional policy documents signal different messages about what the experience of internationalisation is to be in our universities. Current wording includes intercultural understanding and democracy as core elements. Is this happening, and what is the nation selling under the umbrella of internationalisation?
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