Over the past two decades, Pacific Rim economies have become increasingly integrated as barriers to cross-border flows of goods, knowledge, financial capital, and people.
With the internationalization of education, APRU member universities enroll large numbers of students from other Pacific Rim economies, as well as send many of their own students to study in other Pacific Rim economies.
To help APRU universities to continue to internationalize their teaching, research and outreach activities, in order to better serve their student, business and government stakeholders, APRU is embarking on this research project. The aim of the project is to help member universities better understand how they might improve and expand their internationalization activities.
Past Activities: Internationalization Research Workshop
February 25-27, 2004
Peking University (China)
Internationalization of APRU Universities:
Local Practices and Future Developments
The results of APRU's multi-university survey on best practices in internationalization of teaching, research and outreach activities were shared at this workshop. Some 44 participants from 25 APRU universities participated in this workshop.