Globalisation has become a strategic priority for many universities, but learning to navigate in international waters doesn’t come easy.
Both universities and their host countries have a stake in the success of overseas campuses.
As universities set up campuses globally, the blanket protections of academic freedom are becoming increasingly difficult to guarantee.
In recent years, a large market in higher education has emerged. From 2.1 million students studying abroad in 2001, the number has gone up to roughly 4.5 million. How is the US faring?
A checklist of how countries can be as uncompetitive as possible in attracting overseas students.
Why are universities establishing more international branch campuses and what are their prospects for success?