Global Perspectives on Recruiting International Students

Challenges and Opportunities

Global Perspectives on Recruiting International Students
Belal Shneikat, Cihan Cobanoglu, Cem Tanova
NZ$ 228.99
Our Price:
NZ$ 217.54
h229 x 152mm - 336pg
International import eta 10-19 days
Out Of Stock
Currently no stock in-store, stock is sourced to your order
Although many countries have created effective strategies to recruit more international students due to proven economic and social benefits, recruiting international students as a field of research lacks coherence. Filling this gap, this book provides a holistic and comprehensive overview of this emerging research area. Exploring the theoretical and practical aspects of recruiting international students, this edited collection considers the financial, administrative, legislative, socio-cultural and market related barriers to international recruitment. The chapters cover a broad range of topics such as the role of social media in recruiting international students, the impact of internal environment on the recruitment of international students and the internationalization of universities as a strategy for recruiting international students. Offering a wide-ranging snapshot of global policies on international student recruitment across Asia, Europe and North America, as well as a consideration of related issues such as student integration and cultural adjustments, the authors and editors equip readers interested in the theory and practice with a more sophisticated view of the field, empowering them to engage in further research and practical strategies.
Belal Shneikat is Assistant Professor of Business Administration at the University of Kyrenia, North Cyprus. His research interests include educational tourism, entrepreneurship and human-computer interaction. Cihan Cobanoglu is the McKibbon Endowed Chair Professor at the School of Hospitality and Tourism Management, Muma College of Business, University of South Florida, USA. He is a renowned hospitality and tourism technology expert. Cem Tanova is Professor of Management at the Eastern Mediterranean University, North Cyprus. His research interests include human resource management, recruitment methods, voluntary turnover, organizational justice and cognitive styles.

In stock - for items in stock we aim to dispatch the next business day. For delivery in NZ allow 2-5 business days, with rural taking a wee bit longer.

Locally sourced in NZ - stock comes from a NZ supplier with an approximate delivery of 7-15 business days.

International Imports - stock is imported into NZ, depending on air or sea shipping option from the international supplier stock can take 10-30 working days to arrive into NZ. 

Pre-order Titles - delivery will vary depending on where the title is published, if local stock is available in NZ then 5-7 business days, for international imports it can be 10-30 business days. In all cases we will access the quickest supply option.

Delivery Packaging - we ship all items in cardboard sleeves or by box with either packing paper or corn starch chips. (We avoid using plastics bubble bags)

Tracking - Orders are delivered by track and trace courier and are fully insured, tracking information will be sent by email once dispatched.

View our full Order & Delivery information