International universities are playing a critical role in helping countries recover from the crisis. Increased internationalization will drive the next wave of our collective educational system as well as create jobs for graduates and improve economic growth and stability. The standardization of international academic programs and international student flow is key to the globalized education industry.
According to a Redseer report, the number of Indian students opting for ‘higher education abroad’ is expected to grow from 770,000 in 2019 to roughly 1.8 million by 2024 with total spending forecast at between US$75-US$85 billion by that point.
While the changes to our educational system that globalization brings are exciting, there are many challenges to overcome in order to build on our current successes. Internationalization requires universities to convert their curriculum and teaching methodologies into global standards, as well as adapt their student administration systems in order to accept and expatriate international students. The costs of conversion and adaptation also need to be weighed against the benefits of integration with international students and their countries.
Our University Representation & Pathways include:
Go-to-market for Universities (Online and Offline)
New Age program/ Curriculum development
Strategic Partnership Development
Setting up local campus
Facilitation of a seamless cross-border articulation between an American university and a leading educational technology company in Singapore
Articulation of a specialized information technology program at the Bachelor’s and Master’s level for enabling improvised learning outcomes through top programs from the US.