Erasmus Mobility StudentsPublic Deposited
This article presents preliminary, selected findings from a larger study of students experiences in international education. The paper focus on those findings that are related to student understand ing of citizenship identity during the mobility experience. Specifically, it draws on interviews and surveys collected in Germany from 387 students participating in the European Union's Erasmus Mobility Programme. The data highlight notable differences in student citizenship identification along four general line — national, European, global, and "other" — and their explanations for choosing these ;affiliations. These early findings raise questions that are currentl being explored in the ongoing activities of this longer-term research project.
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