Long road to higher education hub

Private education operators are concerned that Malaysia is losing ground to its neighbours in attracting foreign students. They believe that the country must brand itself in order to compete, writes SIMRIT KAUR. 

THE DECISION by the University of Warwick not to go ahead with the setting up of a planned campus in Singapore does not augur well for Southeast Asian countries’ ambitions to become hubs for higher education in the region. 

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