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    Title: 荷蘭高等教育國際化之研究 : 以學生跨國流動為例
    Other Titles: A study on the internationalisation of higher education in the Netherlands : taking the cross-border students' mobility as examples
    Authors: 陳慧君;Chen, Huei-Chun
    Contributors: 淡江大學教育政策與領導研究所碩士班
    楊瑩;Chan, Ying
    Keywords: 荷蘭;全球化;國際化;高等教育;學生跨國流動;Kingdom of the Netherlands;Globalisation;Internationalisation;Higher education;cross-border students' mobility
    Date: 2017
    Issue Date: 2018-08-03 14:37:28 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本研究採用文件分析法、個案研究法,並透過文獻探討分析荷蘭高等教育國際化過程之學生跨國流動流出及流入情形。本研究之目的主要包括:
    This study mainly, via adopting the methods of document analysis, case studies, and literature review, aims to explore the cross-border students’ mobility in the Netherlands.
    The main purposes of this study are:
    1. To clarify the concepts of globalisation and internationlisation.
    2. To explore the policies of the EHEA related to the internationalisation, as well as the cross-border students’ mobility.
    3. To analyse the policies of the EHEA concerning promoting the cross-border students’ mobility.
    4. To explore the implementation of policies related to the cross-border students’ mobility both in the EHEA and the Netherlands.
    5. To propose suggestions useful for the future reform of policies related.
    The main conclusions of this study can be summarised as follows:
    1. Globalisation and internationalisation are closely related concepts.and processes, and the later can also be seen as a processs of the former.
    2.Globalisation and internationlisation have stimulated and promoted the cross-border students’ mobility.
    3. The European Higher Education Area (EHEA) was established with an aim to strengthen the support for European integration, via the formation of the “European dimension” .
    4. The 2012 the Bucharest Communiquė has suggested two indicators for students’ international mobility.
    5. The policies of the cross-border students’ mobility in the Netherlands is based on the principles of the EHEA, and its focus has been on the cross- border mobility with neighboring countries.
    6. The cross-border students’ mobility in the Netherlands has increased steadily in recent years, not only the majority of her international students are from European countries, but her out-flow students have also been studying in Europe..
    7. There is a trend moving from the globalisation towards regionalisation with regards to the cross-border students’ mobility both in the EHEA and the Netherlanders.
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