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‘Who teaches at an Asian university?’ [VIDEO]

Find out about the kinds of individuals who teach at Asian universities...

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Learn about the background of professors and staff at universities in Asia. We spoke to Zainab Malik from Education Intelligence at the British Council about the types of staff you can expect to encounter when studying abroad in Asia, and how they can impact your learning experience.

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

·Diverse—Learn about the different backgrounds, teaching methods and and experience of university staff in Asia

·Coming Home—Learn how teaching staff have returned to their home countries from abroad to teach at Asian universities

·International—Learn how the international experience of Asian university professors enriches students' learning environment

·Inspiration—Find out how staff who have taught abroad can help students study abroad, too

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

‘Advice for students aspiring to study in Asia’

'What to do for fun in Hong Kong'

‘How Asia is changing international education’

‘Who chooses to study in Asia?’

‘Studying in Asia and breaking down barriers’

‘How western universities have helped develop Asian universities?’

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