The number of international branch campuses have increased in recent years.
The macro tailwinds for international student mobility remain attractive. On the back of increasing affluence, growing aspirations for a foreign degree and a poor quality local provision, there is increasing demand for international, high-quality higher education to be delivered from a range of source countries into emerging markets.
Recent regulatory changes and a maturing market have led universities to explore other avenues for internationalisation and revenue diversification, of which expansion into foreign branch campuses have become a prime model for consideration.
This merits a deeper understanding of the benefits, operating models and key success factors for using this model to expand internationally, both into and within different emerging markets.
Against this backdrop, EY-Parthenon’s international education practice will address the following questions in this exclusivewebinar:
- Who’s leading the charge for international branch campuses?
- What are the benefits of an international branch campus?
- Which operating models have been observed?
- How successful have branch campuses been?
- What makes them successful?
- What are the trends expected in the future?