05 March 2019

Three recommendations for "next generation" research on internationalisation

In a recent article published by the Boston College Center for International Higher Education, I argued that innovation in the research agenda for higher education internationalisation would depend on greater collaboration between the various research centres and institutes which focus on this topic.

Much of the research in this field is undertaken by scholar-practitioners, whose professional background in international education may serve as a barrier to innovation in the topics explored and research methods employed.

In response, I proposed three inter-related solutions: