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The international and cross-cultural nature of higher education is not new, but it has changed dramatically. The mobility of scholars, students, and knowledge around the world has been happening for centuries. The fact that universe is the root concept of university is evidence of its internationality. But in the past three decades, there has been a powerful transformation in the international landscape of higher education. It is no longer just people who are moving across borders; education programs, providers, projects, and policies are doing so as well. New information and communication technologies, especially social media and networks, expand and deepen educational partnerships. As a result, the intercultural dimensions and challenges are more complex and layered, requiring intercultural competence as never before. But while the practice ...

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