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International Education Hubs

Student, Talent, Knowledge-Innovation Models

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This book features analysis of ten education hubs throughout Asia, Africa, and the Gulf region. It reveals that there are three types of International Education Hubs emerging: Student, Talent and Knowledge-Innovation.


Titel: International Education Hubs
Autoren/Herausgeber: Jane Knight (Hrsg.)
Ausgabe: 2014

ISBN/EAN: 9789400770249

Seitenzahl: 251
Format: 23,5 x 15,5 cm
Produktform: Hardcover/Gebunden
Gewicht: 555 g
Sprache: Englisch

Education hubs are the newest development in the international higher education landscape. Countries, zones and cities are trying to position themselves as reputed centres for higher education and research.  But given higher education’s current preoccupation with competitiveness, branding, and economic  benefits are education hubs merely a fad, a branding exercise, or are they an important innovation worthy of serious investment and attention?  This book tries to answer the question through a systematic and comparative analysis of the rationales, actors, policies, plans and accomplishments for six serious country level education hubs - United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Singapore and Botswana . The in-depth case studies shows that "one size does not fit all". A variety of factors drive countries to prepare and position themselves as an education hub. They include income generation, soft power, modernization of domestic tertiary education sector, economic competitiveness, need for trained work force, and most importantly a desire to move towards a knowledge or service based economy. In response to these different motivations, three different types of education hubs are being developed: the student hub, talent hub, and knowledge/innovation hub.Scholars, policy makers, professionals, students and senior decision makers from education, economics, geography, public policy, trade, migration will find that this book challenges some assumptions about crossborder education and provides new insights and information. 

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