Analysis of international branch campuses suggests that the trend isn't going away, but won't work for all institutions.
International Branch Campuses
University of Warwick plans to construct a campus outside Sacramento on land where Drexel University once planned to build.
Rather than build a branch campus abroad, UC Berkeley hopes to bring foreign universities to California to participate in a proposed global educational hub.
With conflict in Gaza ongoing, some universities with study abroad programs in Israel suspend programs while others stay the course.
Together, U. of Michigan and Shanghai Jiao Tong U. run innovative joint institute.
These universities aren't building international branch campuses, at least not now. Here's why.
NYU reinvents itself as a "global network university," but critics at home question the creation of campuses in nondemocratic countries and the effect of rapid international expansion on programs in Greenwich Village.
As countries vow to become international centers for higher education, can educators distinguish between hype and reality? How do hubs differ?
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.
After one of its faculty members is turned away from Dubai, London School of Economics pulls out of joint conference with American U. of Sharjah.
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