The Journal of Studies in International Education (JSIE) is the premiere forum for higher education administrators, educators, researchers and policy makers interested in research, reviews, and case studies on all facets of the internationalization of higher education— the driving innovative element shaping higher education today. Each issue brings together the concepts, strategies and approaches of internationalization, the internationalization of the curriculum and the teaching and learning process, exchanges and study abroad, and issues surrounding international students and cross-border delivery of education.

Among the topics that JSIE focuses on are:

    • Internationalization of higher education
    • Globalization and international higher education
    • International cooperation in higher education
    • National and transnational policies for internationalization in higher education
    • Strategic institutional management of internationalization
    • International exchange programs
    • Internationalization of teaching, learning and research
    • Internationalization of the Curriculum
    • Study Abroad
    • Mobility of students and academic staff
    • Cooperation and competition
    • Cross-border delivery of education

The Journal of Studies in International Education is published on behalf of the European Association for International Education (EAIE).



The Journal of Studies in International Education (JSIE) is the premiere forum for higher education administrators, educators, researchers and policy makers interested in research, reviews, and case studies on all facets of the internationalization of higher education— the driving innovative element shaping higher education today. Each issue brings together the concepts, strategies and approaches of internationalization, the internationalization of the curriculum and the teaching and learning process, exchanges and study abroad, and issues surrounding international students and cross-border delivery of education.

Chair and Executive Director
Leonard Engel The European Association for International Education (EAIE)
Editorial Coordinator
Elise Kuurstra The European Association for International Education (EAIE)
Editorial Advisory Board
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  
Peter Scott  
Hanneke Teekens Netherlands Organization for International Cooperation in Higher Education (NUFFIC)
Ulrich Teichler University of Kassel, Germany
Hans de Wit  
Editorial Board
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
Rahul Choudaha World Education Services
Robert Coelen Stenden University of Applied Sciences, the Netherlands
David Comp University of Chicago
Darla K. Deardorff Duke University, USA
Stephen Dunnett, PhD State University of New York
Jane Edwards Yale University
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
Elspeth Jones Leeds Metropolitan University, UK
Nico Jooste Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University, South Africa
Barbara Kappler University of Minnesota, USA
Hiroshi Ota Hitotsubashi University, Japan
Gavin Sanderson University of South Australia, Australia
Marry Ann Seow University of South Australia, Australia
Minna Söderquist Kymenlaakso University of Applied Sciences, Finland
Michael Vande Berg CIEE
Craig Whitsed Murdoch University, Australia
Mike Woolf CAPA, UK
Rui Yang University of Hong Kong, China
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