The state of the relationship: mapping UK higher education engagement with Brazil

International
4 December 2019
This analysis is part of the UUKi series ‘The state of the relationship’ which previously explored engagement between UK universities and those in India and the countries of the Cooperation Council for the Arab States of the Gulf.

It aims to contribute to a better understanding of current levels of engagement between the UK and Brazilian higher education systems, and to inform future institutional strategies. The research includes sections on the mobility of staff and students; UK transnational education provision; research collaboration; and UK universities’ activities, strategies and operations in Brazil.

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