Higher education institutions and the administration of international student rights: a law and policy analysis

@article{Ramia2017HigherEI,
  title={Higher education institutions and the administration of international student rights: a law and policy analysis},
  author={Gaby Ramia},
  journal={Studies in Higher Education},
  year={2017},
  volume={42},
  pages={911 - 924}
}
  • G. Ramia
  • Published 2017
  • Political Science
  • Studies in Higher Education
The scholarly literature in higher education has not dealt extensively with the responsibilities of institutions for servicing the rights of international students. This paper is a comparative analysis of legal frameworks which guide institutions in their handling of international student rights. Two national approaches, those of Australia and New Zealand, are used as a comparative analysis from which implications are drawn for institutions in other countries. The comparison indicates… Expand
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