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  • 1. Ways of assessing and dealing with new market opportunities Dan Shah Assistant Director (Policy)
  • 2. UK Higher Education International Unit To represent the UK higher education sector internationally and to empower the sector to secure maximum value from international opportunities.
  • 3. Trends and opportunities in internationalisation • Global trends: – Emerging powers, new markets, growth, increasingly global knowledge economy – Competition and collaboration: Other countries investing, new partners for collaboration and competition for mobile students – Policy prominence: European funding for research and mobility, other governments invest in large mobility schemes – Technology: whither MOOCs? • UK universities move to partnership models: • Diversity: all institutions are international in different ways, range of subjects, teaching, research, innovation, international development • Complexity: government programmes, “umbrella” schemes, university partnerships, departments, academics, business, charities, • Partnerships: strategic relationships beyond recruitment
  • 4. What markets, for what? • Jim O’Neill: BRIC (Brazil, Russia, India, China); MINT (Mexico, Indonesia, Nigeria, Turkey), Next 11 (Bangladesh, Egypt, Indonesia, Iran, Mexico, Nigeria, Pakistan, the Philippines, Turkey, South Korea, and Vietnam). • Currency falls: Rupee, Real, Rupiah, Rouble, Rand, … • IU engagement: China, India, Malaysia, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, UAE, Chile, Qatar, Mexico, Colombia, Brazil, South Africa, Kazakhstan … Recent scoping visits: Libya, Myanmar, Peru, Ecuador, Chile, Argentina Industrial Strategy (HMG) The Shape of Things to Come (British Council) The Shape of Things to Come II (British Council) Emerging Powers?  Brazil  China  Colombia  India  Indonesia  Mexico  Saudi Arabia  Turkey  the Gulf Absolute outbound growth India (71k), Nigeria (30k), Malaysia (22k), Nepal (17k), Pakistan (17k), Saudi Arabia (16k), Turkey (13k) Well above average  Hong Kong  Malaysia  Singapore  UAE Above average  Qatar  South Korea • China • India • Brazil • Turkey • South Africa • Mexico • Chile • South East Asia • Colombia • Kazakhstan
  • 5. Strategic Fit Income and talent to UK from overseas students Diversity and Sustainability Time scales and maturity Improved research and innovation performance, productivity, reputation TNE Education and employability – peers, staff, outward mobility Partnerships
  • 6. Context and policy • Sources of support: – UK Government – Erasmus + – International development, DfID – Investment in scholarships • Playing to strengths: competition (or partners?) • Information: IU, British Council, HMG, IU, each other What is an opportunity for you
  • 7. Thank you daniel.shah@international.ac.uk www.international.ac.uk @InternationalUt
  • 8. Questions for you • What are your priorities? • Opportunities? • How do you want to work with the sector? • Learning from each other