This research developed a tool for analysing the internationalisation of higher education. It is intended that such practice can support teaching and service delivery to internal and external 'others' in higher education.
This study reviews approaches to dealing with cultural diversity in tertiary organisations in New Zealand. It draws on examples from the case of Chinese international students undertaking higher education in New Zealand. It describes how a neo-Marxist approach to interculturalisation might permit these organisations to move beyond approaches which simply advocate for tolerance of cultural diversity.