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Universities with international operations can learn from multinational corporations if they overcome their resistance to comparing themselves to companies.
At the edges of international higher-education conferences and branch campuses, Americans sometimes run into something that many of them don’t expect—resentment.
Institutions seeking international influence must integrate reputation management into their academic ambitions.
Medical science is beginning to focus on the region where the majority of the world’s population lives.
Institutions can refine their online recruiting strategies by using metrics and making their use of social media more sophisticated, said speakers at a recent meeting.
The British Council offers one-stop shopping for international students and universities that need “market intelligence,” a model that U.S. agencies could learn from.
Leaders of programs that have fostered successful student projects discuss lessons learned.
The popularity of the internationalization trend may have silenced much-needed debate, writes David Wheeler.
The arguments about the value of certifying students for particular competencies shift sharply when viewed from the perspective of the developing world, writes David Wheeler.
A forecast of spending in that area predicts that Asian economies will create much of the expansion in 2012, while the United States remains largely stagnant.
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