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Access and widening participation within transnational education

Provision of quality education and a commitment to principles of social mobility and fair access, coupled with rising fee levels, can be a challenge to HEIs in their home country, but how are these addressed, if at all, at branch campuses abroad?

Ayesha Peeran, Careers Adviser at Cranfield University, asks whether international students are looked on merely as income sources.

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This article was first submitted to Phoenix (October 2011).


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Tags: international students international campus social mobility widening participation

Created on: 07 October 2011

Last updated: 17 October 2011


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