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Mark Lucas, iae Global, Australia

We’ve moved in the last 10 years from working with predominantly language and some pathway providers, especially in Australia, to working with universities and pathway. English is the enabling course now rather than the primary course.

International partnerships open up in Burma

Last week representatives from Burmese universities and the US and Burmese governments met in Yangon for a training workshop in international engagement. Organised by the Institute of International Education the event is one of many international partnerships in higher education that Burma - officially the Republic of Myanmar - is seeking to provide key funding and training opportunities.

Myanmar ed budget doubles; UK fortifies ties

A symposium of higher education institutions and agencies from Britain and Myanmar – including British Council, the Leadership Foundation for Higher Education and the Quality Assurance Agency – met in the city of Yangon, Myanmar earlier this week to discuss ways of building academic partnerships between both countries.