The continued distinction of EU and non-EU students in a post-Brexit UK

Written by Jenna Mittelmeier (Senior Lecturer in International Education, University of Manchester) While reading a journal article published this year, I was struck by an author’s definition of international students in the UK as “those domiciled from non-EU countries”. A recent reviewer comment on our own work also questioned why we had chosen not toContinue reading “The continued distinction of EU and non-EU students in a post-Brexit UK”

The problem with maps

Research with international students, and indeed on internationalisation in general, often starts with or refers to a map of the world, like this book cover from my own work: Mapping is also a common theme in title action verbs, and is often treated as unproblematic. But the conventional world map that gets taught in manyContinue reading “The problem with maps”