Higher Education

Comparative Report

International higher education – defined as the recruitment of foreign students to domestic universities and the establishment of branches of higher education institutions abroad – has grown significantly in recent years and has become a central component of countries' external policy strategies. Despite growth in the global South, international higher education remains dominated by Western and former colonial powers. With the proliferation of internationalisation policies, the growth of branch campuses and the expansion of educational centres, countries need to develop strategic approaches.



Year of publication: 2021

Edward Knudsen

Type of publication: Comparative Reports
Edition: 1
Pages: 15
Series: The External Cultural Policy Monitor
Art. No.: 8034

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