I chaired a session at ICAM AACSB conference in Hawaii on international student mobility and recruitment trends from leadership perspectives. The discussion was set in the context of new competition from ambitious institutions in Asia and Europe and unfavorable political climate for many American institutions.
Despite its challenges “in today’s turbulent climate, it’s more crucial than ever for business schools to pursue and promote globalization in their programs,” says Pankaj Ghemawat and Phillip Bastian in “(Anti)Globalization and Higher Education.”
- Rahul Choudaha, Executive Vice President, Global Engagement, Research & Intelligence, Studyportals
- Andrew Gaudes, Dean, Goodman School of Business, Brock University
- Idalene Kesner, Dean, Kelley School of Business, Indiana University Bloomington/Indianapolis
Over next 5 yrs, Defenders in #bized market must figure out strategies to defend against competition for students from Challengers, Innovators & Adapters – @DrEducationBlog at #ICAM2018 pic.twitter.com/0PVH8DeR9I
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