What are the Two Principles in Conflict?

There is considerable choice in this assignment: a case study of 3000 words, addressing a national or cultural context within which internationalisation occurs. Topic: Choosing a country, or a cultural context (such as Kurdish, Tamil, or Chinese Malaysian), a region, or an institution, show how a selected concept of globalization relates to the internationalisation of education, if at all. Specify which ONE sector of education (e.g. higher ed., schooling, or vocational education and training [VET]). Do collect and introduce some additional evidence into your analysis in an effort to assess this relationship. You may argue that there is no relationship between the two concepts and their associated practices, but must support that position with clear references to evidence throughout. Readings: N.B. While it is not necessary to closely read all of the following, you are strongly advised to familiarise yourself with their contents before deciding which to concentrate on. Scott, P., (1996) Massification and Globalisation. What are the Two Principles in Conflict? International Strategies for Internationalisation of Higher Education. Conference Proceedings Hong Kong Baptist University. Vincent Lancrin, S., (2007) Developing Capacity through Cross-Border Tertiary Education, Cross Border Tertiary Education. A Way towards Capacity Development. Paris, OECD Pp. 47-108. Urquidi, V., (2000) International Understanding Neave, G., Abiding Issues, Changing Perspectives. Visions of the University across a half a Century. Paris IAU, pp. 273-77. OECD (2010) Cross Border Higher Education: Trends and Perspectives Higher Education to 2030 Volume 2: Globalisation, Paris 2030) Chapter 3 Welch, A. (2011). The Dragon, the Tiger Cubs and Higher Education. ASEAN-China relations in the GATS era. In D. Jarvis & A. Welch (Eds.) ASEAN Industries and the Challenge from China. Palgrave Macmillan. World Bank (2007) Concerns and Issues Related to Trade in Higher Education, Trends in International Trade in Higher Education. Implications and Options for Developing Countries. Education Working Papers No. 6. Washington, World Bank, Pp. 65-73 Yang, R. (2008). Transnational Higher Education in China: Contexts, Characteristics and Concerns,” Australian Journal of Education, Vol. 52, No. 3, pp. 272-286.Show more