03/05/2013 10:09 am ET Updated Mar 05, 2013

Can Latin American Higher Education Go Global Without English?

Some Latin American countries are dedicating important resources to internationalisation of their higher education systems. This has triggered a rapid response from institutions, associations and even governments from the developed world. Suddenly Latin American universities became regarded as important potential partners and everyone wants to cooperate, most with a greedy eye for tuition fees in times of crisis. But institutions with a strategic view should now be thinking about taking the opportunity to go beyond simply hosting exchange students.

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