What is the future for international branch campuses

From University World News: “Of course, [International Branch Campuses] have long confronted criticism from detractors. The high-profile failures have been plentiful, ranging from George Mason University’s quick retreat in the United Arab Emirates to the University of New South Wales’ misguided business model in Singapore … And yet, our data continues to show growth in the sector. We now count over 250 IBCs operating around the world. In the last year IBCs have opened in Morocco, Mexico and Indonesia. … A geographically disbursed network of campuses may provide a buffer for universities looking for ways to mitigate fallout from unforeseen international crises.”
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