Tertiary education is increasingly a global enterprise. International students roam the planet to find the best course, while universities establish international operations to forge stronger research links, differentiate themselves and burnish a global brand. It's why Charles Sturt University has an Ontario, Canada campus, Monash has an outpost in Prato, Italy and RMIT has a presence in Hanoi. Universities Australia's most recent review found there are 821 programs offered by local universities offshore, lasting between six months and five years.
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