High Funding High Globalization
Under this scenario, we assume that in 20136, the UTS will be well funded and operating under a high globalization situation.High Funding High Globalization situation in Australia The scenario identified has been chosen because of the uncertainties towards the future considering that the changes in globalization will affect future funding for academic institutions. Based on the researching findings, there is a close correlation between globalization and funding of Australian higher education (Harman, 2005; Welch, 2002).High Funding High Globalization situation in Australia The emergent narrative from these studies is that the variations in funding is a major drive towards internationalization of Australian higher education as internationalization becomes one of the most important source of funding for operations of higher education institution.
High Funding High Globalization situation in Australia Internationalization of Australian universities has chattered Australian into the global education map, which means other than seeking funding, foreign students still want to come to Australia to study because others are doing so (Welch, 2002). High Funding High Globalization situation in Australia Riding on the contemporary research recommendations, the government ought to increase funding for higher education and this scenario makes assumption that by 2036, there will be policies in place to ensure high funding for the universities. On the other hand, globalization will continue to grow, which means even with higher funding, foreign students will continue trooping into Australian universities, creating a situation of high funding and high globalization. High Funding High Globalization situation in Australia This scenario will have major implications on culturally, economically, politically, and technologically.
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