Internazionalizzazione educativa e mobilità studentesca nell’istruzione superiore

Rossana Sicurello

Resumen


In un quadro sociale ed economico sempre più composito ed articolato, l’internazionalizzazione dell’educazione e la mobilità studentesca nell’istruzione superiore rappresentano il tentativo da parte delle istituzioni educative di accogliere le richieste e le sfide della globalizzazione perché offrono un mezzo per lo sviluppo personale degli studenti e arricchiscono il capitale umano, incrementando l’occupabilità attraverso l’acquisizione e lo scambio delle conoscenze, nonché lo sviluppo di competenze linguistiche e interculturali e dei contatti interpersonali. L’internazionalizzazione educativa e la mobilità studentesca risultano essere per l’Unione Europea due priorità cruciali, per il contributo che esse possono dare non solo alla crescita delle economie e delle società, a livello sociale, culturale ed economico, ma anche alla modernizzazione delle università, al fine di renderle più competitive nel territorio europeo in un’economia globale della conoscenza improntata sulla cittadinanza attiva e sui più alti valori etici.

 

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università; internazionalizzazione; mobilità; globalizzazione; interculturalità

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