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In Australia these days, education has become a booming export business. Universities are expanding offshore and online programs to meet the demands of foreign studentsmainly from Asia, the South Pacific and the Middle Eastwho are eager for courses taught in English.

In fact, offshore education demand is so strong that sale of academic sheepskins is rivaling ......

Full article >>> tem, top to bottom, is among the best in the United Statesand that Wisconsin is missing a chance to develop outside markets for its products.

UW-Madison Chancellor John Wiley, one of the panelists, said other states are seizing the chance to market their education systems, rather than looking for ways to cut education budgets. Education as an export industrywhat a concept, he noted wryly.......

Full article >>> ing national market for continuing education. There is a reason the University of Phoenix, an online educational institution, is one of the fastest-growing schools in the United States.

Education in Wisconsin must be more productive to continue to flourish. Finding new markets for an outstanding product that is currently being consumed locally is one way to boost productivity.


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Source:wistechnology.com By Tom Still 10/25/04


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