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International Education Hubs: Student, Talent, by Jane Knight (auth.), Jane Knight (eds.)

By Jane Knight (auth.), Jane Knight (eds.)

Education hubs are the most recent improvement within the foreign better schooling panorama. nations, zones and towns try to place themselves as reputed centres for better schooling and examine.

But given larger education’s present preoccupation with competitiveness, branding, and fiscal merits are schooling hubs only a fad, a branding workout, or are they an immense innovation precious of great funding and a focus? This e-book attempts to reply to the query via a scientific and comparative research of the rationales, actors, regulations, plans and accomplishments for 6 critical kingdom point schooling hubs - United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Singapore and Botswana .

The in-depth case experiences indicates that "one dimension doesn't healthy all". numerous components force international locations to arrange and place themselves as an schooling hub. They contain source of revenue iteration, delicate energy, modernization of household tertiary schooling zone, monetary competitiveness, want for informed workforce, and most significantly a wish to circulate in the direction of a data or provider established financial system. based on those diversified motivations, 3 forms of schooling hubs are being constructed: the scholar hub, expertise hub, and knowledge/innovation hub.

Scholars, coverage makers, pros, scholars and senior selection makers from schooling, economics, geography, public coverage, alternate, migration will locate that this booklet demanding situations a few assumptions approximately crossborder schooling and gives new insights and data.

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In this sense, a talent hub and a knowledge/innovation hub can be mutually interdependent in some respect. This echoes the earlier observation that the three models of education hubs have close ties and are not mutually exclusive. A second issue raised by this analysis is that higher education works in concert with several other policy sectors. The design, implementation, and impact of each type of education hub can involve trade, labor, industry, and science and technology sectors. The key is an integrated approach with the core sectors and actors collaborating, not competing, to make the education hub successful and sustainable.

2007). Cross-border tertiary education: An introduction. In Cross-border tertiary education: A way towards capacity development (pp. 21–46). Paris: OECD, World Bank and NUFFIC. 2 Understanding Education Hubs Within the Context of Crossborder Education 27 Knight, J. (2008). Higher education in turmoil: The changing world of internationalization. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers. Knight, J. (2010). Regional education hubs: Rhetoric or reality? International Higher Education, 59, 20–21. Knight, J. (2011a).

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