Exporting Education to Asia

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Victoria University Press for the Centre for Strategic Economic Studies, 1997 - Education - 302 pages
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Examines the export of education services to Asia during the past ten years. The major component of this has been the education of overseas students in Australia. While originally focused on assisted education through international aid programs, since 1987 a commercial industry has grown, catering for fee-paying students. Changes in Asian education policies and increased competition from other countries will challenge Australia's current success. This book examines the international education market, directions of higher education in Asia, the strengths of Australia's major competitors in the market, trends in individual markets and future market opportunities.

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