Student mobility choices in transnational education: impact of macro-, meso- and micro-level factors
AffiliationCenter for the Study of Higher Education, University of Arizona
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CitationLi, X., Haupt, J., & Lee, J. (2021). Student mobility choices in transnational education: impact of macro-, meso-and micro-level factors. Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management, 1-15.
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AbstractThis study investigates the student mobility choices at different stages in transnational education (TNE) and how their choices are shaped by varying level contexts. Combining survey and interview data collected at a US–China TNE programme, the authors found that majority of students did not intend to be mobile during the programme. Rather, they planned to pursue graduate degrees abroad. Further, the majority of students intended to work in China after the completion of their studies. Student mobility choices into, during and after transnational education, were heavily influenced by the macro-level (e.g., labour market, university admission policies) and meso-level (e.g., programme structures) contexts. © 2021 Association for Tertiary Education Management and the LH Martin Institute for Tertiary Education Leadership and Management.
Note18 month embargo; first published online 22 March 2021
VersionFinal accepted manuscript