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Internationalization of Higher Education: Trends, Challenges and Opportunities

ФИО студента: Speranskaya Ekaterina

Руководитель: Anna Di Nardo

Кампус/факультет: Graduate School of Business

Программа: Business Administration (Bachelor)

Год защиты: 2021

In the world of globalization, getting an education is possible in any country. However, some countries remain more attractive for foreign education. The research is intended to cover the reasons for the low attractiveness of Russian universities for foreign students and give recommendations for increasing it. The practical part of the research will present an analysis of interviews conducted among representatives of international departments of Russian universities. The results of this scientific work will be presented in the form of recommendations to increase the attractiveness for Russian universities among international applicants. The study will be a useful source of information for universities seeking to improve themselves in order to increase the demand for their services.

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