Three waves of international student mobility (1999–2020)

@article{Choudaha2017ThreeWO,
  title={Three waves of international student mobility (1999–2020)},
  author={Rahul Choudaha},
  journal={Studies in Higher Education},
  year={2017},
  volume={42},
  pages={825 - 832}
}
  • Rahul Choudaha
  • Published 2 March 2017
  • Education
  • Studies in Higher Education
This article analyses the changes in international student mobility from the lens of three overlapping waves spread over seven years between 1999 and 2020. Here a wave is defined by the key events and trends impacting international student mobility within temporal periods. Wave I was shaped by the terrorist attacks of 2001 and enrolment of international students at institutions seeking to build research excellence. Wave II was shaped by the global financial recession which triggered financial… 
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