An exploration of teacher experiences of teaching international students: Towards using the increasing cultural diversity in sub-Saharan African higher education classrooms to foster intercultural competence for all

Sheela Ram
African higher education is increasingly being called upon to produce graduates with not only the relevant knowledge but also the necessary employability skills. Intercultural competence is a much in demand employability skill and is seen as a key outcome of internationalisation of higher education mainly brought about by internationalisation of curriculum. Teachers need to be seen as ‘core players’ in developing intercultural competence among students. This study aims to explore the lived experiences of teachers...
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