Bushra Masri


The Bologna reform, which began in 1999, created many changes in the academic system in all countries. One of its contributions was the beginning of academic mobility among students and faculty members. The impact was also on population sectors within the countries. Students from the Arab sector in Israel find themselves looking to study in other countries.


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