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2022 | nr 6 (149) | 77--95
Tytuł artykułu

Gender Differences in Student Approach to International Study Mobility : the European Research Findings

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Różnice w podejściu studentów różnej płci do międzynarodowej mobilności studenckiej : wyniki badań europejskich
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The purpose of this paper is to explore gender differences in learning experiences among students participating in international study mobility programs. It was undertaken by university students from several institutions of higher learning around Europe in the context of internationalization and intercultural education, which has become a central tenet among European institutions. The research on gender differences in student approach to international study mobility was carried out among 440 university students from five European universities within the context of the Competent Student: Experienced Graduate: International Labor Market Key Competency Workshops project, conducted within the framework of the International Partnership Project on Student Mobility financed by the Polish National Agency for Academic Exchange. Taking into account both potential competences that are developed during Short-Term Study Abroad (STSA) programs and the usefulness of specific modes of learning during international study tours, the findings suggest that female students have a higher predisposition towards intercultural experiences on STSA programs. (original abstract)
Celem prezentowanego artykułu było zbadanie różnic pomiędzy doświadczeniami studentów i studentek uczestniczących w międzynarodowych programach mobilności w kontekście rosnącego znaczenia internacjonalizacji i kształcenia międzykulturowego jako wyzwań stojących przed uczelniami wyższymi. Badanie zrealizowano na grupie 440 studentów z pięciu europejskich uniwersytetów w ramach projektu pod nazwą "Kompetentny student - doświadczony absolwent -międzynarodowe warsztaty kompetencji kluczowych na rynku pracy", finansowanego przez Narodową Agencję Wymiany Akademickiej w Polsce z programu "Akademickie Partnerstwa Międzynarodowe". Z badań wynika, iż kobiety mają większe predyspozycje do udziału w programach mobilności, biorąc pod uwagę zarówno kompetencje rozwijane podczas pobytu zagranicznego, jak i przydatność poszczególnych technik uczenia się w trakcie trwania programu. (abstrakt oryginalny)
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Twórcy
  • University of Economics and Business in Wroclaw
  • Wroclaw University of Science and Technology
  • University of Malta
  • University of Malta
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