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Albert Nilson

As Richard Edelstein commented, a sound strategic adaption is probably due in order to survive in the long run. It must be prevalent to adopt the scenery, the customs and to create a highly integrated community even in satelite institutions in order for them to survive.

Yet, it is probably hard to maintain the "spirit of the school" when it is located half a world apart from the main campus.

Perhaps one idea is to unite forces with other schools, integrating and creating "sub communities" of campus areas abroad. Maintaining the spirit of the school for each institution, yet working together abroad in order to work constructively and learn form eachother. All institutions are governed and run differently, so are schools. There could be benefits to cooperations here.

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