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Multicultural Society in New Zealand and the Pluralist Policy of Government: Biculturalism, Social Cohesion and Settlement of New Migrant Policies(IOM MRTC Working Paper Series No. 2012-07)
Date 2012.11
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Author Rebecca Williamson,
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Type Working papers
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Abstract: The time has come for colleges/universities in Korea to become internationalized, and to enhance their global competitiveness in order to help Korea transition from a country that focuses on exporting international students, into one that eagerly accepts them. Korea is required to set up a policy framework in order to build the systematic infrastructure necessary to secure high-skilled manpower from overseas countries, and as such, to match global higher education service industry standards. Hence, this study aims to reveal the implications of international student policies by examining the intention for establishing such policies, the significance of such policies, and specific policies in Japan based on policy reports published by an advisory board for the Japanese Ministry of Education (council, meeting, etc.) and foreigner-related policy reports published by the Japanese Ministry of Justice and Immigration Law.

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