As the importance of global citizenship and the richness of cultural difference are increasingly recognised in Higher Education, so too is ensuring that the supervision of culturally diverse and international students is a mutually enriching process, leading to successful outcomes and international research-capacity building. Growing numbers of postgraduate and undergraduate students are studying at universities outside their own country in a variety of modes, either on site, at a distance, or a mixture of both.
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- Supervising international and culturally diverse students: cross-cultural issues
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