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Message de lycia13 posté le 02-04-2009 à 16:12:21 (S | E | F)

Bonjour,

Si vous aviez quelques minutes pour jeter un coup d'oeil à mon texte, merci.
Cordialement,

Julie

, if initially, going abroad was synonymous with famous names or huge financial means, today there is a certain democratization of this phenomenon. Thus, most of business school, engineering or famous universities, include in their programme at least a semester abroad.

If for students this stay is a way to live an experience, to improve one’s c.v., to discover another culture, ect, the country of departure often has reasons for sending its students abroad. The author gives some, by taking the example of China: a lack of places in the universities, willingness to create elite in spite of a lack of means. Host countries, as Australia, are also winning: foreign students come to plug gaps on their labor markets and they offer possibility to local students to develop their open-mindedness, to share another culture.
However, there is the downside: countries of origin are not sure that their students would come back when they have a dregree, as shows it the Chinese case, and thus, they have to make efforts to attract them. Furthermore, host countries sometimes have difficulty in facing demand of foreign students who want to settle down after their graduation. Finally, the author evokes universities which have an awarness of globalization and want to improve their reputation, decided to develop their campus abroad, in particular in China or in Japan. Host countries see in that a means to improve their educational system and to compensate for their lack of places.
To go studying abroad is a challenge, at least, from a financial point of view. However, it is also a tremendous experience which to gives the opportunity to develop one’s open-mindedness, autonomy, sense of responsibilities and to make discover to others one’s way of life. However, in some cases, foreign student has the feeling to owe something to his country (in particular for China), or to be accepted abroad because of the fact that he can pay fees. Nevertheless, with the development of the globalization, we have to look further than our local place, we have to have an international vision, at the labor market as at the education.



Réponse: Correction outline-étude de lycia13, postée le 04-04-2009 à 20:39:19 (S | E)
personne pour le relire ? C'est à rendre pour lundi svp


Réponse: Correction outline-étude de laure95, postée le 05-04-2009 à 15:50:19 (S | E)
Bonjour, voici ce que tu dois corriger:
, if initially, going abroad was synonymous with famous names or huge financial means, today there is a certain democratization of this phenomenon. Thus, most of the business schools, engineering or famous universities, include in their programme at least a semester abroad.

If for students this stay is a way to live an experience, to improve one’s (mettre 1 possessif) c.v., to discover another culture, ect, the country of departure often (pas à la bonne place) has reasons for sending (to + infinitif) its students abroad. The author gives some, by taking the example of China: a lack of places in the universities, the willingness to create an elite in spite of a lack of means. Host countries, as Australia, are also winning: foreign students come to plug gaps on their labor markets and they offer possibility to local students to develop their open-mindedness, to share another culture.
However, there is the downside: countries of origin are not sure that their students would come back when they have a dregree, as shows it the Chinese case (changer de place), and thus, they have to make efforts to attract them. Furthermore, host countries sometimes have difficulty (pluriel) in facing demand of foreign students who want to settle down after their graduation. Finally, the author evokes universities which have an awarness of globalization and want to improve their reputation, decided to develop their campus abroad, in particular in China or in Japan. Host countries see in that a means to improve their educational system and to compensate for their lack of places.
To go studying abroad is a challenge, at least, from a financial point of view. However, it is also a tremendous experience which to gives the opportunity to develop one’s open-mindedness, autonomy, sense of responsibilities and to make discover to others one’s 'way of life. However, in some cases, a foreign student has the feeling to owe something to his country (in particular for China), or to be accepted abroad because of the fact that he can pay fees. Nevertheless, with the development of the globalization, we have to look further than our local place, we have to have an international vision, at the labor market as at the education.




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