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The shape ofthings to come: higher education global trends and emerging opportunities to 2020

Autores: 
British Council / Going Global 2012
Editorial: 
British Council / Going Global 2012
Páginas: 
76
Detalles: 

“The shape of things to come: higher education global trends and emerging opportunities to 2020 provides a rigorous analysis of prevailing trends that are shaping higher education globally. It also looks into the next decade to determine how these will unfold.
 
The shape of things to come details the impact of demographic and economic drivers on the changing higher education landscape in the next decade. It aims to identify the most significant emerging markets for international students and the fastest growing education systems, as well as predicting which countries’ systems will be most open for international collaboration in teaching and research.
 
This study draws on well established relationships between gross domestic product (GDP) growth and tertiary education enrolments. This relationship is particularly strong for emerging economies with GDP per capita less than US$10,000 where a small increase in the GDP contributes to a significant rise in the enrolment rate. This research found strong correlation in certain countries between student and trade flows. In some countries, such as Canada, Japan, China, South Korea and India, the correlation is above 70 per cent.”
 
Dr Jo Beall
Director Education and Society
British Council