Over the past decade or so, we have witnessed the rise of transnational higher education and a call to internationalise higher education in Asia. In an increasingly borderless world, some Asian countries have begun the quest to become regional educational hubs by establishing university cities and inviting overseas universities to implement offshore programmes or set up offshore campuses.
Transforming higher education through regionalisationUniversity World News
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Additional InformationThis article is a shortened, revised and adapted version from the chapter entitled "Transnationalising and Internationalising Higher Education in China: Implications for regional cooperation and university governance in Asia", written by the author and published in 2016 by APARG, Stanford University.
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Citation InformationMok, K.-h. J. (2016, November 4). Transforming higher education through regionalisation. University World News, Issue No: 435. Retrieved from http://www.universityworldnews.com/article.php?story=201611032106575