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We are saying to our students that they will have to address major global challenges, virtually all of which will require multi-lateral and cross-cultural cooperation, while trying to secure jobs in an increasingly diverse and globalized workforce . How are we preparing our students in HE for this type of future? Education exchanges and study abroad programs are among the best means to prepare young people for such a world. They increase their inclination and capacity to deal effectively with difference and to communicate and collaborate across cultures. The catch is that not enough young people are participating in international exchange programs. One possible solution is to introduce virtual exchanges within the curriculum design. This will make it possible for every young person to access high-quality international cross-cultural education, potentially from the first week at university. Virtual exchanges ·       Ar

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