Students on the campus of the University Paris 3.
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Globalisation has become a strategic priority for many universities, but learning to navigate in international waters doesn’t come easy.
The University of Nottingham has spread its wings to Malaysia.
Both universities and their host countries have a stake in the success of overseas campuses.
Can global campuses promise the same academic freedom?
As universities set up campuses globally, the blanket protections of academic freedom are becoming increasingly difficult to guarantee.
Growing numbers of US students are going abroad to study.
British Council Russia
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?
How not to make them feel welcome.
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A checklist of how countries can be as uncompetitive as possible in attracting overseas students.
International campuses have rarely been roaring successes, so why do universities continue to branch out?
Why are universities establishing more international branch campuses and what are their prospects for success?