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Author: Hans de Wit
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International students: Don’t forget the ethical issues 20 May 2023
At no other time has higher education been more important 9 May 2023
When HE internationalisation operates as an industry 11 April 2023
Maximising diversification is not always the best policy 11 February 2023
Optimism trumps ethics in student recruitment ‘comeback’ 3 December 2022
The decoupling with the West will be hard on China’s HE 6 September 2022
The US has an instability problem and it’s affecting HE 19 July 2022
Research mission of universities – Missing from UNESCO roadmap 4 June 2022
The state of higher education internationalisation after COVID 21 May 2022
Competing for talent on the battlefield of the Global South 7 May 2022
Student recruitment: futures unknown for Ukraine, Russia 9 April 2022
In the mad rush to disengage, we join in Putin’s extremism 2 April 2022
In a new Cold War, academic engagement is still necessary 12 March 2022
Internationalisation in a polarised and volatile world 19 January 2022
Will English or Mandarin dominate in international HE? 5 January 2022
Now is the time to get serious on the climate crisis 4 December 2021
A missed opportunity for the future of HE internationalisation 13 November 2021
Student mobility: Can the US correct its loss of primacy? 28 August 2021
International higher education at a crossroads post-COVID 12 June 2021
What do the next 10 years hold for global higher education? 29 May 2021
Despite concerns, should universities engage with China? 1 May 2021
Strategy advice aids international HE policy decisions 10 April 2021
Over-optimism and under-investment in IHE export models 6 March 2021
It’s getting harder to predict the future of HE 16 January 2021
Nirvana’s not coming – IHE implications of the US election 14 November 2020