“Decentring” international student mobility: The case of African student migrants in China

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October 13, 2020


Benjamin Mulvey


This article presents an empirical investigation and postcolonial theorization of student migration between Africa and China using data from semi-structured interviews with 40 African students. The articlestudies the decision-making processes that lead African student migrants to study in Chinese universities and explores how this process is mediated by global power asymmetries.


Culture | Education

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