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Last modified: 28 November 2016
The UK brand is strong but the country has been wrestling with migration and identity, the doorway has been half closed, there is work to do in Asia, and international students and international support staff are being taken for granted. Fortunately the post-election environment is an opportunity to reboot the policy settings.
Simon Marginson is Professor of International Higher Education at the UCL Institute of Education and Joint Editor of the journal "Higher Education". He is one of the world's best known researchers and commentators on global issues in higher education and the lead author of "International Student Security" (2010).
Universities ‘must collect hard data’ on barriers to overseas students THES article July 12 2015
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