Higher education research
International students’ engagement with effective educational practices : a cross-national comparison
International students in USA universities have higher levels of engagement with their institution when compared to international students enrolled in Australasian universities. ❚ The largest difference between USA and Australian international students was related to student and staff interactions. ❚ The growth in engagement with their institution between first and later year students among the international cohort is more prominent among those enrolled in USA than those in Australia or New Zealand. ❚ Among Australasian higher education students the international student group on average have higher levels of engagement than domestic students. ❚ When compared cross-nationally, the engagement score difference between international students in Australasia and international in the USA is larger than the gap between domestic students from these countries. In a global context, there is room for improvement in the engagement of international students in Australia and New Zealand.
Edwards, D., Coates, H. B., & Radloff, A. (2010). International students’ engagement with effective educational practices : a cross-national comparison. https://research.acer.edu.au/higher_education/19
New Zealand, United States
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