Magazine article International Educator

New Study on Countries Most Supportive of International Higher Education

Magazine article International Educator

New Study on Countries Most Supportive of International Higher Education

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The British Council has released a report exploring the extent to which national governments provide an enabling environment to their higher education institutions to internationalize and forge collaborations.

The two leading countries are Malaysia and Germany, according to the report's findings.

The report, The Shape of Global Higher Education, looks at the policies of 26 countries, identifying three areas where national policies and regulatory frameworks can provide an environment that is conducive to international collaboration and engagement in higher education:

* OPENNESS: governmentlevel commitment to internationalization; environment enabling international mobility of students, researchers, academic programs, and university research;

* QUALITY ASSURANCE AND RECOGNITION: regulatory environment to facilitate the international mobility of students, education providers, and academic programs; and

* ACCESS AND SUSTAINABILITY: promoting student/academic mobility and international research collaboration; consideration of possible unintended consequences of internationalization. …

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