Examining the effects of environmental interchangeability with overseas students: A cross cultural comparison
MCB UP Ltd
Faculty of Business and Public Management
School of Marketing, Tourism and Leisure
Reports the findings from a study examining how overseas students adapt to their new country of residence. Looks at the place attachment process of migrant students studying in Australia and Singapore. Focuses the analysis on adaptation to the physical and social environments. Discusses attachments to objects and provides suggestions as to how universities can assist in the adjustment process.