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Internationalization of Higher Education : The Case of Hong Kong

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Internationalization of Higher Education : The Case of Hong Kong
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Internationalization of Higher Education
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The Case of Hong Kong
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Education in the Asia-Pacific Region: Issues, Concerns and Prospects Ser.
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v.28
Internationalization of Higher Education : The Case of Hong Kong
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Internationalization of Higher Education : The Case of Hong Kong
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Contents
  • Series Editors' Introduction -- Contents -- Contributors -- Chapter 1: Internationalisation of Higher Education: Conceptualization, Typology and Issues -- 1.1 Global Growth of Higher Education -- 1.2 Conceptualization of Internationalisation -- 1.3 Typology of Development -- 1.4 The Case of Hong Kong -- 1.5 Internationalisation as Education Hub Development -- 1.6 Internationalisation as Education Marketisation -- 1.7 Internationalisation as International Student Development -- 1.8 Concluding Remarks -- References -- Part I: Internationalization as Education Hub Development -- Chapter 2: Developing Hong Kong as a Regional Education Hub: Functions, Modes, and Requirements -- 2.1 Introduction -- 2.1.1 Emerging Education Hub -- 2.1.2 Education Hub and Higher Education -- 2.1.3 The Case of Hong Kong as an Education Hub -- 2.2 A Big Picture: East Asia and the Pacific -- 2.3 Development of the Pearl River Delta Economic Zone -- 2.4 Formation and Strategic Functions of an Education Hub -- 2.4.1 Education Industrialization -- 2.4.2 Soft Power Building -- 2.5 Modes of Education Hub Development -- 2.5.1 Capacity Building Driven -- 2.5.2 Developing a High-Level Education Industry -- 2.5.3 Coalition and Collaboration -- 2.6 Requirements for Being an Education Hub -- 2.6.1 Education Demands in the Asia-Pacific region -- 2.6.2 Strengths of Hong Kong's Higher Education -- 2.6.3 Supporting Policies for International Students -- 2.6.4 Supporting Policies for Education Services Providers -- 2.6.5 Central Agencies -- 2.7 Conclusions -- References -- Chapter 3: The Quest for Regional Education Hub Status: Challenges, Possibilities and Search for New Governance in Hong Kong -- 3.1 Introduction -- 3.2 Varieties of Regulatory Regimes in Governing Transnational Education -- 3.3 The Quest for Regional Education Hub Status and Transnationalizing Education
  • 3.3.1 A Brief Policy Context -- 3.3.2 Recent Developments Toward an Education Hub in Hong Kong -- 3.4 Changing Governance and Regulatory Regimes -- 3.4.1 Market-Facilitating State with a Comparatively More Liberal Regulation -- 3.5 Between the State and the Market: Searching for New Governance in Asia -- 3.6 Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 4: Rethinking the Notion of Hong Kong as a Regional Education Hub: Toward a Cosmopolitan Approach to Internationalization of Higher Education -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 The Current Agenda: A Capitalist Approach to Internationalization -- 4.3 The Education Hub Initiatives in Hong Kong -- 4.4 Reviewing the Policy -- 4.5 Future Prospects: A Cosmopolitan Vision for Internationalization -- 4.6 Conclusion -- References -- Part II: Internationalization as Education Marketization -- Chapter 5: Critical Reflections on the Challenges and Strategies Associated with Internationalising Hong Kong's Higher Education -- 5.1 Introduction -- 5.2 Background of the Study of Internationalising Hong Kong's Higher Education -- 5.3 Increasing the Demand for Higher Education Services in Asia -- 5.4 Higher Education Promotion Strategies -- 5.5 Method of Investigation -- 5.6 Interpretive Analysis of the Findings -- 5.6.1 Factors Facilitating the Export of Hong Kong's Higher Education -- 5.6.2 Challenges Associated with Internationalising Hong Kong's Higher Education -- 5.6.2.1 Diverse Views of Internationalisation -- 5.6.2.2 Lack of Visibility of Hong Kong's Higher Education Services -- 5.6.2.3 Inadequate Policy Infrastructure for Supporting the Recruitment of Nonlocal Students -- 5.6.2.4 Concerns Within the Local Higher Education Sector -- 5.6.2.5 Social and Cultural Concerns -- 5.6.3 Strategies Recommended for Internationalising Higher Education -- 5.6.3.1 System Level: The Role of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government
  • 5.6.3.2 Institutional Level: Strategies to be Strengthened by HEIs -- 5.7 Discussion and Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 6: A SWOT Analysis of Exporting Hong Kong's Higher Education to Asian Markets -- 6.1 Introduction -- 6.2 Marketing of International Education -- 6.3 The Present Study -- 6.4 Research Methods and Procedures -- 6.5 Data Collection -- 6.5.1 Situation of Higher Education Provision in Hong Kong -- 6.6 SWOT Analysis -- 6.6.1 Strengths -- 6.6.1.1 International World-Class City -- 6.6.1.2 Marketing Infrastructure -- 6.6.1.3 High-Quality Education with Affordable Cost -- 6.6.1.4 Quality-Assurance Mechanism -- 6.6.2 Weaknesses -- 6.6.2.1 Lack of a Clear Policy -- 6.6.2.2 Disconcerting Policy -- 6.6.2.3 Inadequate Policy Infrastructures -- 6.6.2.4 Lack of Understanding and Visibility -- 6.6.2.5 Social and Cultural Barriers -- 6.6.2.6 Medium of Instruction -- 6.6.3 Opportunities -- 6.6.3.1 The China Factor -- 6.6.3.2 East-West Cultural Mix -- 6.6.3.3 Increasing Demand for Higher Education in the Regions -- 6.6.3.4 Chinese Cultural Heritage -- 6.6.3.5 Stronger Reputation -- 6.6.4 Threats -- 6.6.4.1 Keen Competitions -- 6.6.4.2 Increasing Number of New Entrants -- 6.6.4.3 Inadequate Research and Development -- 6.6.4.4 Perceptions -- 6.7 Discussions and Conclusions -- References -- Chapter 7: Effective Strategies and Policies for Exporting Hong Kong's Higher Education to Asian Markets: Lessons from Other Countries -- 7.1 Introduction -- 7.2 Exporting Education: Australia, the United Kingdom, and Singapore -- 7.3 The Study of Strategies and Policies of Other Countries -- 7.4 Education Policies -- 7.4.1 Investing in Higher Education and Research and Development -- 7.4.2 Providing Scholarships and Financial Aid to International Students -- 7.4.3 International Agreement and Policy Dialogues -- 7.4.4 Granting Special Funds and Awards
  • 7.4.5 Promotional Activities and Market Research -- 7.4.5.1 Central Agencies -- 7.4.5.2 Official Website -- 7.4.5.3 Overseas Offices -- 7.4.5.4 Training and Giving Awards to Agents -- 7.4.5.5 Marketing Research -- 7.5 Population Policy -- 7.5.1 Employment -- 7.5.1.1 Full-Time -- 7.5.1.2 Part-Time -- 7.5.2 Citizenship -- 7.6 Discussion and Implications for Hong Kong -- 7.7 Conclusions -- References -- Part III: Internationalization as International Student Development -- Chapter 8: Cross-Border Higher Education for Identity Investment: Cases of Malaysian and Indonesian Ethnic Chinese Students in Hong Kong -- 8.1 Introduction -- 8.2 Trends of and Purposes for Student Mobility -- 8.3 Choice of Cross-Border Education -- 8.4 Method -- 8.5 Contexts for the External Push-Pull Factors -- 8.5.1 Indonesia -- 8.5.2 Malaysia -- 8.5.3 Hong Kong -- 8.6 Interaction of Internal and External Factors -- 8.6.1 Personal Characteristics of the Indonesian Student -- 8.6.2 Personal Characteristics of the Malaysian Student -- 8.6.3 Personally Mediated Two-Way Push-Pull Factors -- 8.6.4 Cross-Border Choice as Identity Investment -- 8.7 Discussion and Conclusion -- 8.7.1 Motivation for Cross-Border Higher Education -- 8.7.2 Study Methods for Cross-Border Mobility -- References -- Chapter 9: International Students on Campus: Cultural Difference and Internationalisation Policy and Practice -- 9.1 Introduction -- 9.2 Why Recruit International Students? -- 9.3 Decision-Making and the Effects of Study Abroad -- 9.4 Implications for Internationalisation Policy, Management and Practice -- 9.5 Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 10: To Stay or Not to Stay in Hong Kong: An Examination of Mainland Chinese Undergraduates' After-Graduation Plans -- 10.1 Introduction -- 10.2 Mainland Chinese Undergraduates in Hong Kong -- 10.3 The Theory of Planned Behaviour as a Theoretical Lens
  • 10.4 The Inquiry -- 10.4.1 Data Collection -- 10.4.2 Data Analysis -- 10.5 Findings -- 10.5.1 To Stay in or Leave Hong Kong -- 10.5.2 Uncertainties About Staying in Hong Kong and Confidence in Future Careers -- 10.5.3 Career and Life Expectations: Subjective Norms -- 10.5.4 Attitudes Towards Hong Kong as A Place of Settlement -- 10.6 Discussion -- 10.7 Conclusion -- References -- About the Authors -- Editors -- Other Contributors -- Index
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