Education brain drain

Internationalisation or intellectual colonialisation? A look into Asia.

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With this interactive tool, we uncover the complex flow of students in and out of countries across the globe.

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Developing economies have lost promising students to top universities in the West for decades. A global re-think of education may be needed to change it.

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China’s universities have embraced a global perspective, but students say their own language, culture and history have been disregarded in the turn to the West.

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Editors Andrew Jaspan and Bharat Bhushan of 360info spoke to Professor Adam Habib about the challenges and possibilities of globalised higher education.

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Influential global bodies are having their say on the future of education, and the outcome could shape the economy and environment for generations.

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Demand for higher education is hitting new heights in India, but the biggest beneficiaries seem to be foreign universities.

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Developing economies need research to improve quality of life. Combining developed and developing economies into a research consortium builds capacity.

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International campuses are learning by doing, integrating local knowledge and approaches to world-class institutions.

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Universities that benefit from taking the best and brightest from developing economies could help re-balance global inequality.

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