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Tibelius Amutuhaire – Journal of International Students, 2024
There is an increasing trend toward regionalization as higher education adapts to openness and globalization. In response, East African countries formed networks and partnerships that strengthened business, higher education, student and staff mobility, and research. This is because regionalization is embedded in East Africa's economy, politics,…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Educational Opportunities, Barriers, Student Mobility
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Dania Mohamad; Keenan Daniel Manning – Journal of International Students, 2024
Following the gradual post-COVID-19 return of international student flows, it is important to examine how higher education institutions and international students are reacting to their new environment and how they relate to each other. Central to this relationship is the concept of "belonging"; what it means for international students,…
Descriptors: College Students, Foreign Students, Sense of Community, Student Adjustment
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Xingjian Gao; Jiro Takai – Journal of International Students, 2024
This study examined the effects of four types of self-disclosure on the life satisfaction of Chinese international students studying in Japan. Using an online survey, the study found that offline self-disclosure predicted life satisfaction both directly and indirectly, mediated by received social support and perceived social support, while the…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Self Disclosure (Individuals), Foreign Students, Student Satisfaction
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Max Crumley-Effinger – Journal of International Students, 2024
With more and more literature on international student mobility and migration (ISM), one area of focus has often been overlooked: the impacts of student visas and study permits. Examined through an institutionalist framework highlighting the influences of institutions on individuals and their agency, this study describes how visa and study permit…
Descriptors: Foreign Students, Student Mobility, Public Policy, Foreign Countries
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J. Adam Perry; L. Rachael Bethune – Journal of International Students, 2024
This article explores the possibilities for decolonizing approaches to intercultural learning for international students in Canada. In this article the authors present the findings from a series of photovoice workshops conducted as a part of a larger mixed-methods project that explores how informal and everyday pedagogies shape international…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Foreign Students, Student Mobility, Decision Making
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Xin Zhao; Michael Kung; Krishna Bista – Journal of International Students, 2024
International doctoral students are an indispensable part of the increasingly globalized Higher Education Institutions and play a vital role in continually refreshing the host country's research base and fostering cross-national research collaborations. Despite their contributions, most international student employability experiences have been…
Descriptors: Doctoral Programs, Doctoral Students, Education Work Relationship, Employment Potential
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Nwakaego Ekwealor; Ogechi Nkemjika; Ukamaka Anekeje; Adaobi Egbe; Samuel Okafor; Ikem Ogechi – Journal of International Students, 2024
The study investigated the issue of sexual harassment myths among the students of higher institutions of learning in Southeast Nigeria region, focusing on the male and female undergraduates from these institutions as the study population. While the study was guided by Structuration Theory, survey design with questionnaire instrument was applied to…
Descriptors: Sexual Harassment, Undergraduate Students, Misconceptions, Gender Differences
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Chi Hong Nguyen – Journal of International Students, 2024
While many Vietnamese students are reported to study abroad, the experiences of home-making among Vietnamese returning students are paid scant attention to in current research on Vietnamese international student mobility. Following a Heideggerian perspective on building and dwelling at home, this study explores the sense-making of home through…
Descriptors: College Graduates, Foreign Students, Psychological Patterns, Sense of Community
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Sahizer Samuk; Sandra Burchi – Journal of International Students, 2024
How did the highly skilled Italians who chose to live abroad benefit from participation in the Erasmus program? How did they define and describe their experience with Erasmus, especially advantages and disadvantages? After conducting 51 semistructured and in-depth online interviews with highly skilled, spatially mobile, emigrant Italians, we used…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Higher Education, College Students, Study Abroad
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Minghui Hou – Journal of International Students, 2024
The global imaginary contributes to the perpetuation of neo-colonial and neoliberal mentalities, which reinforce the political, cultural, and social dominance over international students. Through an exploration guided by interrelated theories of agency and transnational social fields, this study employs a narrative inquiry methodology with a…
Descriptors: Personal Autonomy, Foreign Students, Minority Group Students, COVID-19
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Abukari Kwame; Hua Li; Pammla M. Petrucka; Geoffrey Maina – Journal of International Students, 2024
Engaging in sexual relationships is part of adulthood, but doing so in a foreign country can be risky because unsafe sexual experiences can have severe consequences for international students. This review explored sexual and reproductive health (SRH) experiences and needs of international university students in Western countries to identify…
Descriptors: Sexuality, Foreign Students, Student Needs, Student Experience
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Lisa Ruth Brunner; Wei William Tao – Journal of International Students, 2024
Artificial intelligence (AI) and automation are newly impacting the governance of international students, a temporary resident category significant for both direct economic contributions and the formation of a "pool" of potential future immigrants in many immigrant-dependent countries. This paper focuses on tensions within Canada's…
Descriptors: Artificial Intelligence, Automation, Migration, Foreign Students
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I. Lin Sin; Alina Schartner – Journal of International Students, 2024
This article casts light on informal caregiving, an essential aspect of the international postgraduate researcher (PGR) experience, but which is often invisible in literature and discourses on international education. Drawing from qualitative semi-structured interviews with international PGRs in a British university, it highlights their dual role…
Descriptors: Caregivers, Mental Health, Well Being, Graduate Students
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Theresa Thies; Susanne Falk – Journal of International Students, 2024
Germany is a non-English speaking country with a large and growing number of incoming international degree-seeking students. However, their estimated dropout rates are high. This study aims to investigate whether specific challenges faced by international students (e.g., social and academic integration, language learning, financial situation,…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Foreign Students, College Students, Barriers
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Dale Kirby – Journal of International Students, 2024
The COVID-19 pandemic had a significant impact on university enrollments around the world and caused significant challenges for students. This study examined how Canadian universities responded to the financial impacts of the pandemic on international and domestic students and how these responses differed. This work involved the identification and…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Universities, COVID-19, Pandemics
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