This book investigates university internationalization in different national contexts and compares internationalization performance
across national boundaries. Internationalization has been recognised by policymakers as the key to perform successfully within
the new global context: the author identifies primary motivations for universities to embrace this agenda, and deconstructs
the phenomenon into measurable dimensions and components. Using extensive qualitative data from university leaders and practitioners,
this book analyses the global forces that shape the international education landscape, and reviews the existing instruments
for measuring internationalization. In doing so, the author proposes an integrated understanding of university internationalization
and indicates benchmarks that can help to quantify and measure this phenomenon. This book will be of interest and value to
students and scholars of university internationalization.