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Global, national and local agency: the three dimensions of higher education

Global, national and local agency: the three dimensions of higher education

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  1. 13 February 2015, University of SheffieldHigher education research:global, national local?Simon MarginsonUCL Institute of Education

  2. Global, national and local agency: the three dimensions of higher education • Higher education is formed and regulated in national (and also in Europe pan-national regional) systems • Local individual and institutional agency is salient • Global flows, systems and patterns, e.g. in research science, policy borrowing, are increasingly obvious national global local

  3. GTER World and North America/Western Europe, 1970-2012

  4. Gross Tertiary Enrolment Ratio 1995/2011 Selected OECD and European systems, UNESCO Institute for Statistics data 2014

  5. Gross Tertiary Enrolment Ratio 1995/2011World regions, UNESCO Institute for Statistics data 2014

  6. The global dimension:1. Global systems (e.g. research knowledge, student mobility) not controlled by any one nation and shaping all national HE systems to some extent2. Cross-border relations between national systems that also bring inner changes (e.g. policy borrowing)

  7. Components of a national innovation system

  8. 51 countries with 1000 science papers a yearUS National Science Foundation data for 2011 * Reached 1000 papers since 1997 (11 out of 51 nations)

  9. Journal papers published per year, 1997-2011, USA, China & UK

  10. 4.5 million foreign tertiary students, 2012: share of on-shore world market by nation(OECD data)

  11. Students enrolled outside their country of citizenship, millions, 1975-2012OECD data, 2014

  12. Percentage 25-34 year olds with degrees, 2012OECD data 2014. Data for Tertiary type B not available for all countries

  13. Barriers to mobility: Advantage held by 20-34 year olds with tertiary-educated parents, 2012 For example in Poland, a 20-34 year old person with at least one tertiary-educated parent is 9.5 times as likely to participate in tertiary education, as a person whose parents had less than upper secondary education. Data: OECD

  14. Top ten school systems OECD PISA 2012 (mean student scores, East Asian education systems in red)

  15. PISA performance at top and bottom

  16. One kind of civilisation: The Maya Chichen Itza

  17. Observatory, Chichen Itza

  18. Uxmal

  19. Palenque

  20. Another kind of civilisation

  21. things change

  22. The higher education world: Global, national, local national global local