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Centre for the study of Education in an International Context (CEIC)

Journal of Research in International Education

The Journal of Research in International Education (JRIE) is an international, peer-reviewed journal published three times per year.

The Journal is available both in hard copy and electronically. Full details about subscription, electronic access, instructions to authors, contents from Sage publications ISSN:1475-2409

Registered students of the University of Bath may access the journal electronically via the University Library/ Learning Centre.


Dr Mary Hayden, University of Bath


Dr Mary Hayden (Africa, Europe, Middle East), University of Bath

Prof Kay Margetts (Asia, Pacific) University of Melbourne, Australia

Prof Jack Levy (North and South America) George Mason University, USA

Book Review Editor

Prof Jeff Thompson, University of Bath

About the Journal

International education is distinct from development education and also from comparative education. The JRIE is designed to promote the relationship between theory and practice, and will be of the highest intellectual and academic quality for those undertaking rigorous and systematic enquiry.

The journal is published in English, and will be of interest to researchers and practitioners in areas such as intercultural studies, multicultural education, curriculum studies, assessment and evaluation, professional development, management and organisation, school improvement and school effectiveness, philosophy, psychology, politics and teaching methods. The wider market will include researchers in institutions of higher education; teachers and administrators in secondary and primary schools, both through the international schools networks and in national systems; educational entrepreneurs, providing professional development and institutional management to the international school movement. Issues raised in the Journal will also be relevant to those in Ministries of Education, in Curriculum Development Centres and in Examination Boards throughout the world.

Enquiries to Dr Mary Hayden, CEIC, Department of Education, University of Bath, BATH BA2 7AY