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Ruth Carberry

I am a graduate student at Seton Hall University. Our topic is the Globalization of Higher Education in America. I came across your site in the process of trying to hunt down more information.
I found it to be very worth while. Any addtional information would be welcomed.
Thank you


Malaysia is another interesting example of this 'two-way globalization'. While many studentes go to the UK/USA/Australia for their higher education, they are becoming a major provider of international higher education as well. But more recently, also universities are moving. Lim Kok Wing University and some other privates are setting up branches in the UK and recently also in Africa. See also this post (http://blog.beerkens.info/index.php/2007/05/malaysia-as-an-education-hub/).

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