The self-internationalization model (sim) versus conventional internationalization models (cims) of the institutions of higher education: A preliminary insight from management perspectives

Mohammad Ayub Khan, Noam Ebner

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Abstract

Institutions of higher education increasingly engage in internationalization efforts, for a variety of reasons. The collection of practices these institutions engage in, which can be called conventional internationalization models (CIM) largely focus on centralized and institutionalized efforts. This paper reviews typical aspects of CIM, noting their benefits while also spotlighting the costs they entail and the open spaces they leave. The paper then introduces the self-internationalization model (SIM) as a complement and a supplement to CIM. SIM offers a less centralized approach to internationalization, focusing instead on individual initiatives taken by faculty, academic managers and students. SIM offers institutions a way to continue their ongoing internationalization efforts given the anticipated educational landscape of the future, in which educational models are foreseen to be flexible, student-oriented and less costly because of the rapid increase in the supply of quality technology-based education, hybrid education, and internationalization of institutions of higher education through diverse modus operandi. This paper explains the functional aspects of SIM, and its comparative advantages and disadvantages vis-à-vis CIM. Furthermore, it provides guidelines for the design and implementation of comprehensive, innovative and dynamic internationalization models combining SIM and CIM in a manner that is suitable, convenient, affordable, and beneficial for all stakeholders in higher education institutions.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationProceedings of the 30th International Business Information Management Association Conference, IBIMA 2017 - Vision 2020
Subtitle of host publicationSustainable Economic development, Innovation Management, and Global Growth
EditorsKhalid S. Soliman
PublisherInternational Business Information Management Association, IBIMA
Pages1191-1203
Number of pages13
Volume2017-January
ISBN (Electronic)9780986041990
DOIs
StatePublished - Jan 1 2017
Externally publishedYes
Event30th International Business Information Management Association Conference - Vision 2020: Sustainable Economic development, Innovation Management, and Global Growth, IBIMA 2017 - Madrid, Spain
Duration: Nov 8 2017Nov 9 2017

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Other30th International Business Information Management Association Conference - Vision 2020: Sustainable Economic development, Innovation Management, and Global Growth, IBIMA 2017
CountrySpain
CityMadrid
Period11/8/1711/9/17

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All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Business and International Management
  • Management of Technology and Innovation
  • Human-Computer Interaction
  • Strategy and Management
  • Computer Science Applications

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Khan, M. A., & Ebner, N. (2017). The self-internationalization model (sim) versus conventional internationalization models (cims) of the institutions of higher education: A preliminary insight from management perspectives. In K. S. Soliman (Ed.), Proceedings of the 30th International Business Information Management Association Conference, IBIMA 2017 - Vision 2020: Sustainable Economic development, Innovation Management, and Global Growth (Vol. 2017-January, pp. 1191-1203). International Business Information Management Association, IBIMA. https://doi.org/10.15549/jeecar.v5i1.189

The self-internationalization model (sim) versus conventional internationalization models (cims) of the institutions of higher education : A preliminary insight from management perspectives. / Khan, Mohammad Ayub; Ebner, Noam.

Proceedings of the 30th International Business Information Management Association Conference, IBIMA 2017 - Vision 2020: Sustainable Economic development, Innovation Management, and Global Growth. ed. / Khalid S. Soliman. Vol. 2017-January International Business Information Management Association, IBIMA, 2017. p. 1191-1203.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Khan, MA & Ebner, N 2017, The self-internationalization model (sim) versus conventional internationalization models (cims) of the institutions of higher education: A preliminary insight from management perspectives. in KS Soliman (ed.), Proceedings of the 30th International Business Information Management Association Conference, IBIMA 2017 - Vision 2020: Sustainable Economic development, Innovation Management, and Global Growth. vol. 2017-January, International Business Information Management Association, IBIMA, pp. 1191-1203, 30th International Business Information Management Association Conference - Vision 2020: Sustainable Economic development, Innovation Management, and Global Growth, IBIMA 2017, Madrid, Spain, 11/8/17. https://doi.org/10.15549/jeecar.v5i1.189
Khan MA, Ebner N. The self-internationalization model (sim) versus conventional internationalization models (cims) of the institutions of higher education: A preliminary insight from management perspectives. In Soliman KS, editor, Proceedings of the 30th International Business Information Management Association Conference, IBIMA 2017 - Vision 2020: Sustainable Economic development, Innovation Management, and Global Growth. Vol. 2017-January. International Business Information Management Association, IBIMA. 2017. p. 1191-1203 https://doi.org/10.15549/jeecar.v5i1.189
Khan, Mohammad Ayub ; Ebner, Noam. / The self-internationalization model (sim) versus conventional internationalization models (cims) of the institutions of higher education : A preliminary insight from management perspectives. Proceedings of the 30th International Business Information Management Association Conference, IBIMA 2017 - Vision 2020: Sustainable Economic development, Innovation Management, and Global Growth. editor / Khalid S. Soliman. Vol. 2017-January International Business Information Management Association, IBIMA, 2017. pp. 1191-1203
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