University College London joins American institutions that have set up shop at an evolving campus in Doha.
Months after faculty members voted down plan to charge foreign students U.S. tuition for program entirely abroad, a scaled-back program wins approval.
Study abroad and foreign enrollment rebounded from the impacts of the economic recession and participation in both is higher than ever.
Gains are largest since 2006, spurred by 21% increase from China.
Report encourages colleges to be more strategic about international mission -- and suggests principles to guide activities in countries that do not share democratic values.
But leaders of a growing sector of academe vow to fight these efforts. Issue could come up at for-profit institutions as well.
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