Leverage strategic intelligence and innovative thinking from around the world to shape ‘borderless’ higher education opportunities for your international students. Our unique remit is 'borderless' higher education worldwide – offering analysis on trends, business models and policy frameworks. Once you subscribe, you and all colleagues at your institution have access to our reports on disruptive innovations such as online learning, internationalisation in all its forms, and commercial competition and partnerships.
Our membership with the Observatory aids us in keeping abreast of salient and current research in international higher education.
Director Global Networks and Communities, University of London International Programmes
The Observatory of Borderless Higher Education is a great resource for up-to-date information on a wide range of issues. Thinking about starting a branch campus? OBHE is the resource to go to for all the latest information regarding statistics and trends.
Observatory conferences are distinctive in terms of the thought which goes into the programme, the calibre of the contributions, and the quality of debate and insight generated as a consequence.
Director of INTO Knowledge
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You can subscribe for one, two, or three years. There are 10% and 15% fee discounts, respectively, for two- and three-year commitments.
Once you subscribe, you and all your colleagues under your institution’s domain have access to full membership benefits for the duration of the subscription. At universities, for example, this would include administrative and teaching staff, as well as the student body.
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Our research covers topics such as: MOOCs, the online and open-access learning revolution; use of agents in international student recruitment; private providers and public-private partnerships in HE; branch campus models and other forms of transnational education; comparative developments in immigration policy as they affect international students; new regulatory frameworks; as well as student mobility and the transnational student experience.
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