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‘How Asia is changing international education’ [VIDEO]

Learn about how Asia is changing international education...

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Learn how Asia is changing the global dynamics of international education. We spoke to Zainab Malik from Education Intelligence at the British Council about how Asian universities are growing as study abroad destinations and how this has impacted international education worldwide.

Watch the video below from our Google Hangout with the British Council (there’s also a quick summary after the video).

  • Growth—Find out which Asian nations are rapidly becoming key study abroad destinations
  • Development—Find out how increasing international admissions has impacted the overall standard of education at Asian universities
  • Global staff—Learn how the varied backgrounds of staff impacts students’ learning experience
  • Strong Economy—Learn how many Asian nations have been able to use their economic resources to develop the educational sector


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Watch more clips from our Google Hangout with Education Intelligence at the British Council:

‘How western universities have helped develop Asian universities?’

‘Who chooses to study in Asia?’

‘Advice for students aspiring to study in Asia’

‘Who teaches at an Asian university?’

‘Studying in Asia and breaking down barriers’

‘The graduate job market in Asia’

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