The Journal of Studies in International Education (JSIE) http://journals.sagepub.com/home/jrp reaches an extensive international audience. It is the premiere forum for higher education researchers, teachers, policy makers, leaders, managers and administrators, interested in all facets of the internationalization of higher education.
JSIE publishes critical scholarly peer reviewed articles from researchers and practitioners in all regions of the world contributing new insights into current and emerging concepts, theories, research and practice in the internationalization of higher education.
Topics include, for example, the relationship of the internationalization of higher education to:
· International cooperation and competition, capacity-building and development assistance
· National, regional, transnational and cross-border policies and practices
· Quality assurance policies and practices
· Public and institutional policy formulation and impact
· Strategic institutional management
· Advances in and use of technology
· Faculty and staff development
· Innovation in mobility of students and staff
· The curriculum and co-curriculum at home and abroad
· Student issues
· Other levels of education
The Journal of Studies in International Education is published on behalf of the European Association for International Education (EAIE) on behalf of the Association for Studies in International Education (ASIE), a group of organizations whose mission is to encourage international education and serious research and publications dealing with this topic. As such, the initial objective of ASIE and the primary focus of its activity is support of the publication of JSIE.
The Journal of Studies in International Education (JSIE) aims to support and inform the work higher education leaders, administrators, educators, emerging and established researchers and policy makers interested in all facets of the internationalization of higher education through the publication of original research that advances knowledge, theory and practice in the field. JSIE publishes articles exploring concepts, strategies, approaches and issues of relevance to the internationalization of higher education which make a significant and original contribution to theory and practice.
We publish articles that:
· Make an original and valuable contribution to the scholarly global conversation on issues related to the internationalization of higher education,
· Are evidence-based and grounded in theory and in practice,
· Have a comparative dimension
· Include appropriate and substantial reference to international literature in the field.
Articles discussing national and regional aspects, issues and dimensions of the internationalization of higher education within a global context are our top priority.
Small case studies of institutional policy and descriptions of single programmes or activities, are a low priority. They will not be published unless they locate the case study within a broader context, include appropriate reference to international literature in the area of study and make a substantial and innovative contribution to the field.
We do not generally publish:
· Opinion pieces or essays - although occasionally, where the editors judge the issue to be of particular significance, and the article is of a high enough quality, they will be considered.
· Book reviews - although we do mention new and significant publications we are aware of in editorials.
|Leonard Engel||The European Association for International Education (EAIE)|
|Elise Kuurstra||The European Association for International Education (EAIE)|
|Philip G. Altbach||Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA|
|José Joaquín Brunner||Universidad Diego Portales, Chile|
|Eva Egron-Polak||International Association of Universities, Paris|
|Futao Huang||Hiroshima University, Japan|
|John K. Hudzik|
|Jeroen Huisman||The University of Bath, UK|
|James Jowi||African Network for International Education, Kenya|
|Barbara Kehm||University of Kassel, Germany|
|Jane Knight||Ontario Institute of Education, University of Toronto, Canada|
|Simon Marginson||University of Melbourne, Australia|
|Francisco J. Marmolejo|
|Fazal Rizvi||University of Melbourne, Australia|
|Hanneke Teekens||Netherlands Organization for International Cooperation in Higher Education (NUFFIC)|
|Ulrich Teichler||University of Kassel, Germany|
|Hans de Wit||Boston College, USA|
|Jos Beelen||Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences, the Netherlands|
|Eric Beerkens||Leiden University, The Netherlands|
|Rajika Bhandari||IIE, New York|
|Betsy Brewer||Beloitte College, USA|
|Rita Castro||Universidade Estadual de Feira de Santana, Brazil|
|Rahul Choudaha||DrEducation.com, USA|
|Robert Coelen||Stenden University of Applied Sciences, the Netherlands|
|David Comp||University of Chicago|
|Hans de Wit||Boston College, USA|
|Darla K. Deardorff||Duke University, USA|
|Stephen Dunnett, PhD||State University of New York|
|Jane Edwards||Yale University|
|Christine Farrugia||Institute of International Education, New York, USA|
|Jocelyne Gacel de Avila||Universidad de Guadalajara|
|Madeleine Green||NAFSA/IAU, USA|
|Wendy Green||University of Tasmania, Australia|
|Jeanine Gregersen-Hermans||University of Hull, UK|
|Cate Gribble||Deakin University, Australia|
|Elspeth Jones||Leeds Metropolitan University, UK|
|Nico Jooste||Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University, South Africa|
|Barbara Kappler||University of Minnesota, USA|
|Simon Marginson||UCL Institute of Education, UK|
|Amanda McStay||S P Jain University, UAE|
|Hiroshi Ota||Hitotsubashi University, Japan|
|Gavin Sanderson||University of South Australia, Australia|
|Marry Ann Seow||University of South Australia, Australia|
|Farshid Shams||Lakehead University, Canada|
|Minna Söderquist||Kymenlaakso University of Applied Sciences, Finland|
|Michael Vande Berg||CIEE|
|Johanna Waters||University of Oxford, UK|
|Craig Whitsed||Murdoch University, Australia|
|Mike Woolf||CAPA, UK|
|Rui Yang||University of Hong Kong, China|
|Ariane de Gayardon||Centre for Global Higher Education, University College London, UK|
The Journal of Studies in International Education (JSIE) is the premiere forum for higher education leaders, administrators, educators, researchers and policy makers interested in all facets of the internationalization of higher education. Articles discuss theoretical, conceptual and practical aspects of internationalization including regional, national and institutional policies and strategies, internationalization of the curriculum, issues surrounding international students and cross-border delivery of education. The journal attracts an international audience of researchers, students and practitioners and requires that authors reference a range of relevant international literature.
JSIE publishes articles exploring concepts, strategies, approaches and issues of relevance to the internationalization of higher education which make a significant and original contribution to theory and practice.
The Journal of Studies in International Education considers all manuscripts on the following conditions:
· the manuscript is the original work of the authors, and does not duplicate previously published work, including previously published work of the authors;
· the manuscript has been submitted only to the Journal of Studies in International Education; it is not under consideration or peer review elsewhere, nor has it been accepted for publication elsewhere;
· all contributing researchers and authors are included as authors on the manuscript or appropriately acknowledged.
Authors should include a word count with their manuscript. A typical manuscript will be between 4000–6000 words, including tables, references, captions and endnotes. Authors of manuscripts exceeding this limit may be required to reduce the word count of the manuscript prior to publication.
Submit your manuscript to the SAGEtrack site, located at http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/jsie. If you have difficulties with doing so, you can go to the Author Quick Start Guide available at the following link: http://mcv3help.manuscriptcentral.com/tutorials/Author.pdf or by clicking on the “User Tutorials” link under “Resources” on the login page. Manuscripts should include a title page and date of submission. Please submit a blind copy, excluding references to the author(s), and a full manuscript. Pages should be numbered sequentially and should follow guidelines of the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (5th edition). An abstract of no more than 150 words, a few keywords, and biographical information (40-75 words) for each author also should be included. Tables and artwork should appear at the end the electronic articles submitted.
Authors who want to refine the use of English in their manuscripts might consider utilizing the services of SPi, a non-affiliated company that specializes in editing and correcting English-language manuscripts written by authors with a primary language other than English. Visit http://www.prof-editing.com for more information. (Please be aware that SAGE has no affiliation with SPi and makes no endorsement of the company. An author’s use of SPi’s services in no way guarantees that his or her submission will ultimately be accepted. Any arrangement an author enters into will be exclusively between the author and SPi, and any costs incurred are the sole responsibility of the author.)
For more information, please refer to the SAGE Manuscript Submission Guidelines.
If you or your funder wishes your article to be freely available online to nonsubscribers immediately upon publication (gold open access), you can opt for it to be included in SAGE Choice, subject to the payment of a publication fee. The manuscript submission and peer review procedure is unchanged. On acceptance of your article, you will be asked to let SAGE know directly if you are choosing SAGE Choice. To check journal eligibility and the publication fee, please visit SAGE Choice. For more information on open access options and compliance at SAGE, including self/author archiving deposits (green open access) visit SAGE Publishing Policies on our Journal Author Gateway.