The Impact of Internationalization on Higher Education Systems: A Brief Look at the State of Israel
Keywords:internationalization, globalization, Bologna reform, Erasmus Mundus, ENIC / NARIC, E learning.
These days we see great changes taking place in the world. Changes in demographic, economic, occupational and educational course.
Internationalization processes, which change education systems in many countries, do not also evident in European countries and Israel.
How faced and academic educational establishment with the changes? How this relates to the state of Israel? Moreover, what are the changes that apply to the transition to an online learning system?Â We would like to show the process with its advantages and disadvantages, and see how it goes in the future.
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