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Learning from peers: the role of the student advisor in internationalising the European Studies curriculum
journal contributionposted on 2014-09-16, 11:00 authored by Helen DrakeHelen Drake
This article asks whether student peer advisors can contribute to curriculum ‘internationalisation’ through their role in promoting and supporting student mobility. We conducted a single case study of Erasmus student mobility at Loughborough University between 2010–2012, and our experiment offers a perspective on the possible futures of European Studies, where the decline of foreign language learning may find compensation in the internationalisation of the curriculum via the opportunity for study mobility abroad.
- Social Sciences
- Politics and International Studies
Published inEUROPEAN POLITICAL SCIENCE
Pages12 - 22 (11)
CitationDRAKE, H., 2014. Learning from peers: the role of the student advisor in internationalising the European Studies curriculum. European Political Science, 13 (1), pp.12-22.
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