|Title||International Branch Campuses: Markets and Strategies|
|Author||Rosa Becker - The Observatory on Borderless Higher Education|
This report provides an up-to-date overview and analysis of market patterns and strategic concerns in international branch campus establishment. Since the Observatory’s 2006 branch campus report, the number of campuses in the world has increased significantly, and more source and host countries have become involved in branch campus development. The directions of branch campus establishment have also started to change. The international branch campus market has become more competitive, however, and there have been several campus closures.
|Region(s)||Asia, Europe, North America, Middle East & Gulf States, Africa, Australia & Pacific Rim, Caribbean, Central & South America|
|Countries||The Philippines, Slovakia, Russia, Poland, Norway, The Netherlands, Italy, Ireland, Hungary, Greece, Germany , France, Czech Republic, Cyprus, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United States, Mexico, Canada, Yemen, United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Lebanon, Kuwait, Jordan, Israel, Iran, Bahrain, United Kingdom, Bulgaria, Belgium, Taiwan, Sri Lanka, South Korea, Singapore, Pakistan, Malaysia, Japan, India, Hong Kong, China, Cambodia, Tunisia, South Africa, Thailand, Vietnam, Australia, Austria, Venezuela, Puerto Rico, Peru, Panama, Jamaica, Ecuador, Dominican Republic, Colombia, Chile, Argentina, New Zealand , Fiji, Nigeria|
|Theme(s)||Transnational Education (TNE) Models|
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