In the past decade, education provision across national borders has grown dramatically. However, the governmental frameworks for regulating such programs are yet to solidify, with rival approaches hotly contested. Government are enmeshed in, and influenced and constrained by existing and emergent regulatory structures and trade agreements at national, regional and global levels. This project will identify issues of central concern to key actors in four countries with significant involvment in transnational higher education, and analyse how debates in these countries utilise divergent models of likely implications of trade agreements.
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- Australian Research Council (ARC): AUD14,200.00
- Monash University: AUD1,300.00