Law, D. & Hoey, M. [Eds.] (2019). Perspectives on the Internationalization of Higher Education. London: Routledge.
Colleges and universities across Canada are increasingly reliant on international students for a key component of their revenue. But what impact does a significant number of such students have on the nature of teaching and learning and on the culture of the organization? What are the management and administrative challenges associated with both recruitment, retention and enabling integration of these students? This collection of papers explores a range of practical issues. Though strongly UK focused, the issues and strategies explored are relevant to the Canadian college or university. This is one of a series of Routledge books focused on the question: how do we best manage the growth of this category of learners and how do we ensure that international students have a positive experience while engaged with learning with our institution.