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Going Global 2012 - 13.5 Three’s a crowd: winners and losers of multilateral partnerships

British Council with Scup on March 27, 2012 18:34

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    The bilateral relationship between the UK/US higher education sectors results in billions of dollars of research and other funding being concentrated within two powerhouse knowledge economies. UK and US universities account for more than 25 percent of the top 400 universities worldwide.

    Is three a crowd? Can third-country partners truly benefit from working with the UK/US and will the gains realised be equal across the board?

    Is multilateral partnership just a buzzword in higher education? How do tripartite partnerships rely on the UK or the US, or both countries, as anchor partners?

    Do the US and the UK even need to be included in multilateral collaborations for a higher education project to be considered relevant?

    This session explores the opportunities and challenges inherent in multilateral co-operation through the presentation of specific case-studies.


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