The extent to which universities and their internationalisation activities have truly changed due to processes of globalisation and regionalisation is a core question that will be addressed by looking at the ways in which universities cooperate across borders. Contemporary international collaborative activities can be assumed to reach deeper at the hart of the university than earlier, more marginal activities. Consequently, these activities present more challenges to existing structures and routines. In this way, the study of international arrangements among universities can be considered a microcosm for studying the impact of globalisation and regionalisation on universities.
|Award date||14 May 2004|
|Place of Publication||Enschede|
|Publication status||Published - 14 May 2004|