Addressing the U.S. Global Partnership Lag

By Ian Wright – in WES / WENR

In an era of declining public investment in higher education and increasing global competition for students, a comprehensive internationalization strategy is non-negotiable for higher education institutions of every stripe.
“The internationalisation of a university is no longer ‘optional’,” Alvaro Romo, secretary general of International Association of University Presidents, recently wrote*. “In particular, the need to build and take advantage of real strategic international partnerships that will enhance the quality and reach of the institution should be high on the priority list of any university president.”

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http://www.universityworldnews.com/article.php?story=20151202151421775

Check:

http://wenr.wes.org/2016/05/15292/?utm_campaign=WENR-Monthly-May-2016&utm_source=Mobility-Monitor&utm_medium=email&mkt_tok=eyJpIjoiTURWa01qQmpZV1JtT0RkaiIsInQiOiIwbm9SXC9vdkVucEFiTitaaXh1SnJld2UwaGpydkd4aDVSTDBnWVNnS1ZDcGtKYzBiVER5ZDlpTnB1WjQwNk9qOFQxVFNsZ29FTEhwQW5hSk1qbmVJdWtcL1BIRUtCb2lFWFIyZzhiV0lxWEwwPSJ9 Povl Tiedemann
May 2016

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