International Committee for the Study of Educational Exchange (ICSEE)
1970, Montréal (Canada), at a meeting of International Association of Universities (IAU), following initiatives of Council on International Educational Exchange (CIEE) since 1965. Terminated.
Promote international educational exchange as a significant contribution to: sharing of knowledge and cultural resources; diffusion and adoption of social and technological innovations; improving understanding of history, culture and conditions of life; learning languages; promoting, through general and professional education, a better foundation for mutual understanding and international coexistence.Available with paid subscription only.
Multi-country study of agreements between universities for promoting educational exchange; study of what constitutes mutual benefit in in inter-university cooperation programmes linked to academic mobility; research on the role of language in programmes of academic mobility. With IAU: cooperation between institutions in developed countries (particularly between East and West); cooperation between developed and developing countries; cooperation between developing countries.
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