Policies developed to internationalize academic institutions in the U.S. that include admission strategies to increase international student populations must consider potential negative and ethical outcomes. Such policies may inadvertently exploit international students to generate revenue, increase rankings, meet diversity targets, and conduct unrecognized and uncompensated campus labor. However, policies based on mutually beneficial outcomes will diversify U.S. institutions, while also incentivizing the return of benefits derived from this education back to the students’ home communities.
Gendle, Mathew H. and Tapler, Amanda
"International Undergraduates are Not a Resource for Neocolonial Exploitation,"
Essays in Education: Vol. 29:
1, Article 5.
Available at: https://openriver.winona.edu/eie/vol29/iss1/5