U.S. Campuses Abroad

Report encourages cautious, patient universities to expand to India

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Report notes unpredictability of the higher education landscape in the South Asian country, but cites significant opportunity for universities that take a "long view" in expanding there.

Western universities take different approaches to branches in Shanghai

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British universities make different choices about their operations in Shanghai.

Indiana Wesleyan plans to acquire a Christian higher education institution in Australia

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Indiana Wesleyan U. plans to acquire the Wesley Institute, in Sydney, with hopes to create the first full-fledged Protestant university in Australia and New Zealand.

British campus finds high rates of cheating in Dubai

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British branch campus finds 1 in 8 students guilty of academic misconduct.

After 15 years of expanding its presence in China, Bryant University plans branch in Zhuhai

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A campus and a palace (replica): how one university seeks to grow its presence in China.

British Council report assesses landscape for cross-border educaton

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A new report from the British Council analyzes the landscape for cross-border education and identifies countries with the most and least favorable climates.

International universities adjust to changes in Dubai economy

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As economic growth slows down, foreign universities aren't leaving, but some are thinking in different ways about their offerings.

Educators consider future of international branch campuses

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University officials consider challenges to campuses in other countries -- including MOOCs, the wrong kind of oversight, no oversight, shifting student demands and (when asked about it) lack of academic freedom.

United Nations questions British branch campus in Cyprus

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UN objects to a British institution's branch in Cyprus.

Essay explores immigration issues for traveling faculty members

Professors looking to work in other countries and regions -- and the college officials who hire them -- must be aware of the visa requirements and other potential legal hurdles, writes Natasha Baker.

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