First Central Asian branch campus to open – and why diversity in higher education matters

It was perhaps only a matter of time before the rapid internationalization* of higher education in Central Asia made its ways outside the region's borders, moving away from the current focus on internationalization within the region. There are examples of internationalization reaching Central Asia littered all over the place. Here are just a few to illustrate the …

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International students, international communities

I recently started a new job as Registrar at St Antony's College, which is part of the University of Oxford. Each student at the University is a member of a College, and the College provides residential, pastoral and social facilities as well as providing teaching (for undergraduate students) and a base for researchers, seminars, conferences …

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