THE PROSPECTS FOR EDUCATIONAL MIGRATION FROM KYRGYZSTAN TO TURKEY
Zharkyn SAMANCHINA, Aynura ELEBAEVA
Zharkyn Samanchina, Ph.D. (Political Science), Bishkek Humanitarian University (Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan)
Aynura Elebaeva, D.Sc. (Philos.), Professor, International University of Kyrgyzstan (Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan)
As globalization of the world economy increases, the scope of intellectual migration continues to spread. One of its forms is student or educational migration—a phenomenon that largely dates to the end of the 20th century and has not been sufficiently studied so far. As for Kyrgyzstan, this is essentially the first time intellectual and student migration has been studied.
Any migration, including intellectual, undermines a country’s national potential. It should also be kept in mind that the host countries use migrants to achieve specific ideological and political goals.
Keywords: transnationalism, translocality, international migration, intellectual migration, educational migration, student migration, Kyrgyzstan, Turkey.
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