Aukštojo mokslo internacionalizavimas globalizacijos sąlygomis

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Straipsnis / Article
Lietuvių kalba / Lithuanian
Aukštojo mokslo internacionalizavimas globalizacijos sąlygomis
Alternative Title:
Internationalisation of higher Education in the Conditions of Globalisation
In the Journal:
Acta paedagogica Vilnensia. 2005, t. 14, p. 179-186
Aukštasis mokslas. Studijos / Higher education. Study.
Summary / Abstract:

LTStraipsnyje aptariami įvairūs aukštojo mokslo internacionalizavimo, vykstančio globalizacijos sąlygomis, aspektai: analizuojama internacionalizavimo samprata, aptariami politiniai, ekonominiai, akademiniai, socialiniai veiksniai, turintys įtakos aukštųjų mokyklų internacionalizavimo plėtrai. [Iš leidinio]Reikšminiai žodžiai: Aukštasis mokslas; Internacionalizacija; Globalizacija.

ENThe growing impact of globalisation is felt in different spheres of life. Internationalisation is one of the terms used to describe this impact, it is a phenomenon closely related to the globalisation process. Globalisation and internationalisation are seen as different but dynamically linked concepts: the first is viewed as catalyst, while the second as the response. Internationalisation of higher education is one of the ways a country responds to the impact of globalisation. The rare different approaches to internationalisation at institutional level, as well as factors influencing its implementation. There are political, economic, academic, social and cultural rationales for wanting to integrate an international dimension into higher education institutions. This is done by undertaking different initiatives. In the process-oriented approach to internationalisation, an emphasis is put on the concept of sustaining international and intercultural dimensions of research, teaching and services. The strategies used by institutions for that purpose focus on academic activities and organisational factors. The programme strategies refer to the initiatives, which are academic in nature and are related to teaching, learning, and training, research, advising and supporting international activities. The organisational strategies help to ensure that international dimension is institutionalised through the development of appropriate human resources, policies, governance and administrative systems. [From the publication]

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