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La mobilité internationale, un passeport pour vivre et travailler ensemble

Abstract : Whilst the impact of international exchanges in terms of transition into the workforce is open to debate, this study examines the social benefits associated with international student mobility. Thanks to a qualitative study conducted among 63 respondents, all international business graduates, we examine the way in which intercultural communication skills developed during periods of immersion abroad (a semester of study or work placement) help to develop social links between individuals and improve student employability. As a result, they reinforce the ability to live together in society and work together in the workplace.
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Cécilia Brassier-Rodrigues. La mobilité internationale, un passeport pour vivre et travailler ensemble. JIM Journal of international Mobility, Moving for education, training and research, Peter Lang, 2015, p.45-60. ⟨hal-01302511⟩



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