Internationalisation of higher education can no longer be seen to be practised only within and by higher education institutions. It needs to leave ‘the university’ and live in the broader society. The notion of entanglement accentuates reciprocal, uneven connections between different contexts and their unforeseeable side effects.

We are currently witnessing a change in national identities and cultures and innovations in international academic exchanges and engagement by higher education institutions. This will play a crucial role in determining the emergent global identity… [This article first appeared on University World News].

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