New strategies a must for country to tap into global education market

Next step: It's time for Malaysia to position itself as an international education hub. - Photo: 123rf

MALAYSIA’S aspirations of becoming a global education hub is spelt out in the Malaysia Education Blueprint for Higher Education 2015-2025, which sets an ambitious target of 250,000 international students by 2025.

Aside from the benefits that a more diverse student population would bring, the sector is expected to generate RM15.6bil on the back of 200,000 international students.

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