Our Language and Our Culture or Yours? Issues for the Sustainability of Transnational Higher Education in Asia
This paper explores issues involved with transnational higher education, language of delivery and cultural sustainability.
||Sustainability, Transnational, Higher Education, Language
International Journal of Environmental, Cultural, Economic and Social Sustainability, Volume 2, Issue 2, pp.47-54.
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Peter is the Academic Coordinator in the Faculty of Education, Health and Professional Studies. His responsibilities include negotiating, developing and monitoring offshore courses. This role has been ongoing since 1995, and has included experience in Hong Kong, China, Singapore, Fiji, Tonga, Vietnam, California and Bhutan. Peter also has a key role in the development, extension and termination of contractual Agreements with partner institutions involved in offshore activities.
Glenda has extensive experience in teaching international students. Her research interests include dictionaries which address social justice and environmental issues; dictionaries in plain English for students using English as the language of instruction; English as a foreign or second language; and cross-cultural communication.
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