A case study in the globalization of medical education: assisting overseas-born students at the University of Melbourne

@article{Hawthorne2004ACS,
  title={A case study in the globalization of medical education: assisting overseas-born students at the University of Melbourne},
  author={L. Hawthorne and I. Minas and Bruce S. Singh},
  journal={Medical Teacher},
  year={2004},
  volume={26},
  pages={150 - 159}
}
Over the past decade there has been a remarkable increase in ethnic diversity among Australian medical students. This phenomenon has been driven by two forces: the disproportionate school-level academic success achieved by first-generation migrant and refugee-origin youth, and the rapid globalization of Australia's tertiary education system, in a context where reduced government funding has accelerated the development of ‘academic capitalism’ (Slaughter & Leslie, 1997). This paper briefly… Expand
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