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    Title: 我國公私立大學推動國際化程度之研究
    Other Titles: A study on the implementation of internationalization in universities in Taiwan
    Authors: 汪正敏;Wang, Cheng-min
    Contributors: 淡江大學教育政策與領導研究所碩士在職專班
    蓋浙生;Gai, Che-sheng
    Keywords: 高等教育;國際化;Higher education;internationalization
    Date: 2009
    Issue Date: 2010-01-11 00:13:44 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本研究主要目的在了解我國高等教育推動國際化之程度。透過文獻資料分析,探討大學推國際化之意涵、大學推動國際化之指標、歐美國家及亞洲鄰近國家大學推動國際化程度之探討、台灣公私立大學推動國際化現狀問題之探討,提出以國際化相關議題、學生國際化程度、教師國際化程度、夥伴關係國際化程度、課程設置國際化程度等五大面向建立我國公私立大學推動國際化程度之研究架構;並採用問卷調查法,針對我國90所大學校院進行調查,主要研究結論如下:
    This study aims to show in how far the principle of ‘internationalization’ has been implemented in institutions of universities. Through research and analysis this study explores the concept of internationalization, its indicators, levels of internationalization in European, American and neighboring Asian universities as well as the degree of internationalization in public and private universities in Taiwan. In order to measure the latter, the following five dimensions will be examined:
    1.The variety and scope of efforts, strategies and policies to implement ‘internationalization’ in universities
    2.The degree of ‘internationalization’ from students’ perspective
    3.The degree of ‘internationalization’ from teachers’ perspective
    4.The degree of cooperation and partnership programs and activities between local and foreign universities
    5.The implementation of ‘internationalization’ in curriculums and lesson plans
    A questionnaire was designed and sent to 90 local universities and colleges. The empirical data gathered in the survey supports the following 8 conclusions:
    1. ’Internationalization’ is a key priority of most local universities
    2. Further ‘Internationalization’ efforts need to be made in local universities
    3. Aspects of ‘Internationalization’ that relate to local as well as to foreign students require more consideration
    4. Universities with a focus on student-related ‘internationalization’ should expand supportive organizations or departments as well as the skilled personnel involved
    5. Student-related ‘internationalization’ through curriculums and teaching approaches can only be achieved through stricter implementation
    6. Contributions and efforts which promote communication and internationalization by teachers should be rewarded
    7. Universities need to increase the budget on ‘internationalization’ efforts and activities
    8. The range of methods, strategies and policies to foster ‘internationalization’ in local universities lacks diversity
    The study hopes to provide recommendations for local universities, colleges and government institutions as well as research material for further studies.
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