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Paying out and crowding out? The globalisation of higher education

This CEP Discussion Paper investigates the rapid influx of overseas students into UK higher education and the impact on the number of domestic students.

The paper looks at how international students bring a lot of income to universities across the world, with their numbers rising and by paying higher tuition fees than domestic students. It then goes on to ask whether, because of their increasing numbers, overseas students take the places of home students or whether the additional income they generate acts to subsidise domestic students.

Author(s): Stephen Machin and Richard Murphy

Other Publishers: Centre for Economic Performance (CEP)

Production date: 2014

How to obtain: Download Paying out and crowding out? The globalisation of higher education

Communities: Internationalisation, Postgraduate

Audiences: Academics, Careers practitioners

Format: Web


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