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Higher Education in the Era of Globalisation

Kalim Siddiqui;
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  • Published: 15 Oct 2014
  • Country: United Kingdom
The article will analyse the impact of globalisation on higher education. Some have argued that globalisation will\ud provide equal opportunities. While others claim that globalisation would mean the McDonaldisation of the university and\ud also worldwide inequality. The current pressure on higher education mainly due to neoliberal globalisation has increased\ud the role for private sector in higher education. The paper examines the realities of globalisation in higher education to\ud highlight some of the ways in which globalisation affects the higher education in developing countries, particularly India\ud and China.\ud It is argued here that the business need...
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