Rationales of Internationalisation of Higher Education in Europe: Meaning and Approaches
Since the European unification project started in the 1950s, rules, regulations and policies have been formulated by the
European Union (and its predecessors) to facilitate the mobility of products and people; internationalisation are examined, along
with its relationship to terms such as globalisation .Sometimes, the terms are used interchangeable and are related but not the
same thing. There is fundamental difference and at the same time dialectical link between them.This paper analyses the
meaning, definition, rationales, and approaches of internationalization based on relationships between nations and their
institutions. It outlined the different road internationalisation has taken.
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