A Brief Overview on Students’ Mobility and its Impact on Second language Use
This article spotlights an important facet of internationalization of higher education, namely students and research career mobility. In addition to the various attempts that some countries worldwide established to build educational bridges in order to align with the global world, the Arab world seems to have become more aware of the importance of cross-border collaborative arrangements. In this regard, this overview builds on the new developments that were globally emerged to foster mobility and exchange programmes, casting more light on the Arab world, including Algeria. The foci of the discussion around this article is to address briefly second language use among students as an important linguistic element that crossing borders could impinge on.