Why did universities become reliant on international students? Part 3: The rise of research project�grants
In a previous post, I doubted that inadequate public funding for Commonwealth supported students could, with a few exceptions, explain why universities have enrolled so many fee-paying international students. For publicly-funded research, however, structural changes in how funding is delivered have changed its economics.
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|Source:||Andrew Norton - Higher Education Commentary from Carlton|