1 Introduction: Internationalization in higher Education.- 2
Trends in Access to Higher Education in Japan: One Institution's
Responses.- 3 Contextualizing Internationalization in Higher
Education: Study Abroad Programs for Global Human Resources
Development.- 4 Internationalization of Higher Education in the
Foreign Language Curriculum in Japan: A Teacher's Perspective on
Compulsory English Discussion Course.- 5 On the Road to Achieving
Communicative Abilities: Contextualizing Communicative Language
Learning.- 6 Considering the Implications of Internationalization
within Japanese Higher Education.
Elizabeth Stigger is an associate professor at the Graduate and
Research School at Naruto University of Education. Having
extensively worked with international students, she is currently
researching the way that Japanese university webpages communicate
the internationalization project at Japanese universities.Marian
Wang is an associate professor at the School of Languages and
Communication at Kobe University in Kobe, Japan. Her research
interests focus on investigating higher education policy and
practice in fostering global human resources in Japanese higher
David Laurence is an associate professor at the Department of English Language and Culture at Chubu University in Aichi, Japan. His current research is focused on issues of transition from secondary to higher education and support for new university students in the Japanese context.
Anna Bordilovskaya is an English instructor at Rikkyo University's Center for English Discussion. Her current research interests include foreign language acquisition and language contact between English and Japanese, especially English loanwords in Japanese and Japanese loanwords in English.