Earlier this month, the European Court of Justice decided that the Hungarian government breached the WTO and EU law on academia and the freedom to establish universities. After a long legal struggle with the Hungarian government, Central European University moved from Budapest to the nearby Vienna, the city that heartily welcomed it as a new home to diversity and interculturalism.
Academic mobility isn’t a new phenomenon in higher education – moving around has always been a part of being an academic. But the necessity of being mobile and flexible has increased: today, mobility is considered more of “a must” for all academics. […]
Avos, sometimes called a Russian shibboleth, is a tricky concept to translate into English, but it refers to underestimating the obstacles and overestimating your abilities since, in the end, the situation is never fully under your control. […]
The internationalization of higher education has emerged as a major theme within the interdisciplinary field of higher education research. Early work in the 1990s and 2000s traced the contours of […]