We are pleased to send you the spring issue of International Higher Education. This issue features several articles about the role of English in Chinese higher education and on aspects of international student mobility as well as a range of key international issues.
Our readers will soon receive a questionnaire from International Higher Education concerning our publication. We hope that you respond so that we can improve our service to the international higher education community.
We have recently completed research on student mobility scholarship schemes sponsored by various countries. This work was sponsored by the British Council and the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD). The report findings will be presented at the British Council’s “Going Global” conference in Miami later this spring. We will also feature analysis in coming issues of IHE.
Philip G. Altbach, Director
Laura E. Rumbley, Associate Director
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Diplomacy and Education: A Changing Global Landscape
Patti McGill Peterson
How Corruption Puts Higher Education at Risk
Stephen P. Heyneman
Philip G. Altbach
Top Universities or Top Higher Education Systems?
Outcomes Assessment in International Education
Darla K. Deardorff
China: English and the Brain Race
English Fever in China: a Watershed
Wang Xiaoyang and Li Yangyang
Will China Excel in the Global Brain Race?
|International Student Flows|
Jan Kercher and Nicole Rohde
Canada’s Immigration Policies to Attract International Students
Africa: Quality Assurance and Regulation
Trends in Regulation in sub-Saharan Africa
A. B. K. Kasozi
Private Higher Education’s Quality Assurance in Ghana
Focus on Ukraine
Internationalization in post-Soviet Ukraine
Valentyna Kushnarenko and Sonja Knutson