Englishization of Higher Education

Galloway, N. and McKinley, J. (2021) Englishization of Higher Education. In: Mohebbi, H. and Coombe, C. (eds.) Research Questions in Language Education and Applied Linguistics. Series: Springer texts in education. Springer, pp. 705-709. ISBN 9783030791421 (doi: 10.1007/978-3-030-79143-8_123)

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Internationalization has become a priority for universities around the globe. Many efforts are being made to internationalize curricula, establish and extend international partnerships, publish internationally and conduct collaborative research with international partners to raise international profiles. In non-Anglophone settings, this internationalization has led to an increased focus on teaching content subjects in English, as higher education institutions come under increased pressure to offer programmes that use English medium instruction (EMI) to draw international students and staff (Kirkpatrick A Internationalization or Englishization: medium of instruction in today’s universities. CGC Working Pap Ser 2011/003, 2011). This Englishization is found in programmes in both the secondary and tertiary sector.

Item Type:Book Sections
Glasgow Author(s) Enlighten ID:Galloway, Dr Nicola
Authors: Galloway, N., and McKinley, J.
College/School:College of Social Sciences > School of Education
Published Online:01 January 2022

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