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Tamtik, Merli; Jang, Soon Young – Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development, 2018
Along with increased international migration, many nation-states are facing the dilemma of embracing a multi-cultural and multi-lingual society while protecting their cultural and linguistic heritage. Non-Anglophone universities are often the sites of this struggle as they aim to become world-class international universities operating largely in…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Educational Policy, Content Analysis, English (Second Language)
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Soler-Carbonell, Josep; Gallego-Balsà, Lídia – Language, Culture and Curriculum, 2016
The topic of the internationalisation of academia has recently attracted attention from sociolinguists and language-policy scholars. In this paper, we compare two different universities from two contrasting contexts in Europe in order to find out more about their projected stance [Jaffe, A. (2009). Stance in a Corsican School: Institutional and…
Descriptors: International Education, Language Planning, Higher Education, Comparative Education
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Bornaetxea, Fito Rodríguez – Universal Journal of Educational Research, 2015
It is impossible to achieve the normalization of Basque schools when they are subjected to five sets of regulations on the use of the Basque language in different parts of Euskal Herria. Instead of an education system that differentiates between various language models, what is needed is a school system that recognises the right of all Basque…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Finno Ugric Languages, Educational Needs, Educational Practices
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Kaša, Rita; Mhamed, Ali Ait Si – European Education, 2013
In the framework of the internationalization and globalization of higher education and competition for international students, the paper examines how language policy in higher education shapes the provision of study programs in Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania. It concludes that study programs in the Baltic states mostly follow the convention of a…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Higher Education, Language Planning, Educational Policy