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Chapter: Appendix F: Listing of International Branch Campuses from GlobalHigherEd.org

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Suggested Citation:"Appendix F: Listing of International Branch Campuses from GlobalHigherEd.org." National Research Council. 2014. Strategic Engagement in Global S&T: Opportunities for Defense Research. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/18816.
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Listing of International Branch Campuses from GlobalHigherEd.org

The table below is adapted from GlobalHigherEd.org (http://www.globalhighered.org/branchcampuses.php, last accessed on March 31, 2014), a site maintained by the Cross-Border Education Research Team (C-BERT) at the State University of New York at Albany. According to C-BERT, an international branch campus is defined as an entity that is owned, at least in part, by a foreign education provider; operated in the name of the foreign education provider; engages in at least some face-to-face teaching; and provides access to an entire academic program that leads to a credential awarded by the foreign education provider.

 

Institution Name Host Country Home Country
Empire State College Albania USA
U of Bologna Argentina Italy
Lomonosov Moscow State U (in development) Armenia Russia
Moscow State U of Economics, Statistics and Informatics Armenia Russia
Esmod Jakarta, Int’l U Fashion Group Indonesia France
SP Jain Centre of Management Australia India
U College London Australia UK
CMU Australia USA
Webster U Austria USA
Lomonosov Moscow State U Azerbaijan Russia
Royal College of Surgeons Bahrain Ireland
AMA Int’l U Bahrain Philippines
NY Inst. of Tech. Bahrain USA
Grameen Caledonian College of Nursing Bangladesh UK
Boston U Belgium USA
Suggested Citation:"Appendix F: Listing of International Branch Campuses from GlobalHigherEd.org." National Research Council. 2014. Strategic Engagement in Global S&T: Opportunities for Defense Research. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/18816.
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Limkokwing U of Creative Tech. Botswana Malaysia
U of Manchester Brazil UK
City U of Seattle Bulgaria USA
Limkokwing U of Creative Tech. Cambodia Malaysia
Charles Sturt U Canada Australia
DeVry U(closed 2013) Canada USA
Fairleigh Dickinson U Canada USA
NY Inst. of Tech. Canada USA
Potsdam, SUNY (closed) Canada USA
U of Phoenix (closed) Canada USA
City U of Seattle Canada USA
City U of Seattle Canada USA
City U of Seattle Canada USA
City U of Seattle Canada USA
Monash U China Australia
U of Tech., Sydney China Australia
Fachhochschule fuer Oekonomie und Management China Germany
U of Applied Sciences Esslingen China Germany
U of Hamburg, Germany China Germany
U College Dublin China Ireland
Lancaster U China Malaysia
Eindhoven U of Tech. China Netherlands
Seoul Sunong Trading Company China S Korea
U of Ulsan China S Korea
Manchester Business School China UK
U of Nottingham China UK
U of Surrey China UK
Carnegie Mellon U China USA
Duke Kunshan U China USA
Florida Int’l U China USA
Fort Hays State U China USA
Hult Int’l Business School China USA
Johns Hopkins U China USA
Kean U China USA
Missouri State U China USA
NY Inst. of Tech. China USA
NYU China USA
Webster U China USA
Webster U China USA
U of Western Ontario China Canada
Manchester Business School China UK
Savannah College of Art Design China USA
Suggested Citation:"Appendix F: Listing of International Branch Campuses from GlobalHigherEd.org." National Research Council. 2014. Strategic Engagement in Global S&T: Opportunities for Defense Research. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/18816.
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Empire State College Czech Republic USA
Empire State College Dominican Republic USA
Stevens Inst. of Tech. (closed 2010) Dominican Republic USA
Universidad Técnica Federico Santa María de Chile Ecuador Chile
Brookdale College Ecuador Ecuador USA
Tech. U of Berlin Egypt Germany
Central Queensland U (closed 2007) Fiji Australia
Estonian Business School Finland Estonia
U Fernando Pessoa France Portugal
Baruch College, CUNY France USA
Georgia Inst. of Tech. France USA
Parsons - The New School for Design France USA
Schiller Int’l U France USA
ESMOD Germany France
Schiller Int’l U Germany USA
Troy U Germany USA
Webster U (in development) Ghana USA
CMU (closed 2010) Greece USA
City U of Seattle Greece USA
Empire State College Greece USA
Empire State College Greece USA
U of Indianapolis Greece USA
U of La Verne (closed 2004) Greece USA
McDaniel College Hungary USA
Sylvan (closed 2004) India USA
Texas A&M U (in development) Israel USA
Tongji U (in development) Italy China
Gonzaga U Italy USA
Johns Hopkins U Italy USA
U of New Orleans Jamaica USA
McGill U Japan Canada
Lakeland College Japan USA
Temple U Japan USA
NY Inst. of Tech. (closed 2013) Jordan USA
Lomonosov Moscow State U Kazakhstan Russia
Box Hill Inst. Kuwait Australia
Soochow U in Laos Laos China
Empire State College Lebanon USA
Curtin U of Tech. Malaysia Australia
Monash U Malaysia Australia
Royal Melbourne Inst. of Tech. (closed 1999) Malaysia Australia
Suggested Citation:"Appendix F: Listing of International Branch Campuses from GlobalHigherEd.org." National Research Council. 2014. Strategic Engagement in Global S&T: Opportunities for Defense Research. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/18816.
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Swinburne U of Tech. Malaysia Australia
Xiamen U (in development) Malaysia China
Al-Azhar U (in development) Malaysia Egypt
Dublin Business School (closed 2007) Malaysia Ireland
Royal College of Surgeons Malaysia Ireland
Management Development Inst. of Singapore (in development) Malaysia Singapore
Newcastle U Malaysia UK
U of Nottingham Malaysia UK
U Middlesex London Mauritius UK
U of Wolverhampton Mauritius UK
Alliant Int’l U Mexico USA
Endicott College Mexico USA
Arkansas State U (in development) Mexico USA
U of Phoenix (closed) Mexico USA
Central Queensland U New Zealand Australia
Keiser U Nicaragua USA
Business School Netherlands Nigeria Netherlands
ESMOD Norway France
German U of Tech. in Oman Oman Germany
Griffith College, Dublin (closed 2006) Pakistan Ireland
Monterrey Inst. of Tech. Panama Mexico
Empire State College Panama USA
Florida State U Panama USA
Stockholm School of Economics Russia Sweden
Clark U Poland USA
College of North Atlantic Qatar Canada
U of Calgary Qatar Canada
Stenden Hogeschool Qatar Netherlands
U London College Qatar UK
CMU Qatar USA
Cornell U Qatar USA
Georgetown U Qatar USA
Houston Community College Qatar USA
Northwestern U Qatar USA
Texas A&M U Qatar USA
Virginia Commonwealth U Qatar USA
CMU Rwanda USA
Monroe College Saint Lucia USA
Algonquin College Saudi Arabia Canada
Curtin U of Tech. Singapore Australia
Suggested Citation:"Appendix F: Listing of International Branch Campuses from GlobalHigherEd.org." National Research Council. 2014. Strategic Engagement in Global S&T: Opportunities for Defense Research. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/18816.
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James Cook U Singapore Australia
U New South Wales (closed 2007) Singapore Australia
U of Newcastle Singapore Australia
Shanghai Jiaotong U Singapore China
ESSEC Business School Singapore France
INSEAD Singapore France
SP Jain Centre of Management Singapore India
Manchester Business School Singapore UK
Queen Margareth U, Edinburgh Singapore UK
Baruch College, CUNY Singapore USA
Culinary Inst. of America Singapore USA
Digipen Inst. of Tech. Singapore USA
NYU Singapore USA
U of Chicago Singapore USA
U of Nevada, Las Vegas Singapore USA
City U of Seattle Slovakia USA
Bond U (closed 2004) S Africa Australia
Monash U S Africa Australia
U of Pune (in development) S Africa India
Stenden Hogeschool S Africa Netherlands
De Montfort U (closed 2004) S Africa UK
Friedrich-Alexander U of Erlangen-Nuremberg S Korea Germany
Netherlands Maritime U Rotterdam S Korea Netherlands
George Mason U (planned 2014) S Korea USA
SUNY-Stony Brook S Korea USA
U of Nevada, Las Vegas (in development) S Korea USA
U of Utah (pending 2014) S Korea USA
Berklee College of Music Spain USA
Saint Louis U Spain USA
Schiller Int’l U Spain USA
U of Central Lancashire (in development) Sri Lanka UK
Lynchburg College (in development) St. Lucia USA
City U of Seattle Switzerland USA
Webster U Switzerland USA
Baruch College, CUNY Taiwan USA
Lomonosov Moscow State U Tajikistan Russia
Beijing Language and Culture U Thailand China
Stenden Hogeschool Thailand Netherlands
Webster U Thailand USA
Webster U Netherlands USA
Suggested Citation:"Appendix F: Listing of International Branch Campuses from GlobalHigherEd.org." National Research Council. 2014. Strategic Engagement in Global S&T: Opportunities for Defense Research. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/18816.
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ESMOD Tunisia France
Paris-Dauphine U Tunisia France
ESMOD Turkey France
Empire State College Turkey USA
Lomonosov Moscow State U Ukraine Russia
U of Waterloo (closed 2013) UAE Canada
INSEAD UAE France
Sorbonne U UAE France
NY Film Academy UAE USA
NY Inst. of Tech. UAE USA
NYU UAE USA
Cambridge College Int’l UAE Australia
Murdoch U UAE Australia
U of Southern Queensland (closed 2005) UAE Australia
U of Wollongong UAE Australia
EHSAL-Hogeschool-Universiteit Brussels (closed 2009) UAE Belgium
French Fashion U Esmod UAE France
Bharati Vidyapeeth U UAE India
Birla Inst. of Tech. & Science UAE India
Inst. of Management Tech. UAE India
Manipal U UAE India
SP Jain Centre of Management UAE India
Islamic Azad U UAE Iran
Royal College of Surgeons UAE Ireland
Saint Joseph U UAE Lebanon
Shaheed Zulfikar Ali Bhutto Inst. of S&T UAE Pakistan
Saint-Petersburg State U of Engineering & Economics UAE Russia
U of Sri Jayewardenepura (closed 2009) UAE Sri Lanka
CASS Business School UAE UK
Heriot-Watt U UAE UK
London School of Business UAE UK
Manchester Business School UAE UK
Middlesex U UAE UK
U of Bradford UAE UK
U of Exeter UAE UK
Boston U (closed) UAE USA
Hult Int’l Business School UAE USA
Michigan State U UAE USA
Rochester Inst. of Tech. UAE USA
Vatel Int’l Business School UAE France
Suggested Citation:"Appendix F: Listing of International Branch Campuses from GlobalHigherEd.org." National Research Council. 2014. Strategic Engagement in Global S&T: Opportunities for Defense Research. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/18816.
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Madurai Kamaraj U UAE India
Mahatma Gandhi U UAE India
U of Pune (closed) UAE India
Swiss Federal Inst. of Techn., Lausanne UAE Switzerland
U of Bolton UAE UK
George Mason U (closed 2009) UAE USA
Allianze U College of Medical Sciences UK Malaysia
Limkokwing U of Creative Tech. UK Malaysia
Glion Inst. of Higher Education UK Switzerland
Hult Int’l Business School UK USA
U of Chicago UK USA
Huaqiao U (in development) USA China
Glasgow Caledonian U (in development) USA UK
U of Manchester USA UK
Jose Maria Vargas U USA Venezuela
Lomonosov Moscow State U Uzbekistan Russia
U of Westminster Uzbekistan UK
Plekhanov Russian U of Economics Uzbekistan Russia
Management Development Inst. of Singapore Uzbekistan Singapore
Royal Melbourne Inst. of Tech. Vietnam Australia
Royal Melbourne Inst. of Tech. Vietnam Australia
Twintech Int’l U College of Tech. Yemen Malaysia
U of London Inst. France UK
Aberystwyth U (in development) Mauritius UK
Suggested Citation:"Appendix F: Listing of International Branch Campuses from GlobalHigherEd.org." National Research Council. 2014. Strategic Engagement in Global S&T: Opportunities for Defense Research. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/18816.
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According to recent reports, the United States currently accounts for less than one-third of global research and development spending, and it is projected that this fraction will decline to 18% by 2050. These statistics, compounded by the recognition that the United States no longer maintains technological superiority across all research fields, highlight the need for the U.S. research community to stay abreast of emerging science and technology (S&T) around the world, to leverage others' investments, and to seek out collaborations in areas where researchers need to remain at the leading edge.

The United States' Department of Defense (DoD) has long relied on its historical technological superiority to maintain military advantage. However, as the U.S. share of S&T output shrinks and as the U.S. defense research enterprise struggles to keep pace with the expanding challenges of the evolving security environment and the increased speed and cost of global technology development, the DoD must reexamine its strategy for maintaining awareness of emerging S&T developments occurring around the world. To fully leverage these advances and to make strategic research investments, the DoD must assess with whom and in which areas it should collaborate. To delve more deeply into the implications of the globalization of S&T and of international S&T engagement for the DoD, the Office of Naval Research, the Air Force Office of Scientific Research , and the Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Army for Research and Technology asked the National Research Council to assess current DoD strategies in the three Services - Army, Air Force, and Navy - for leveraging global S&T and for implementing and coordinating these strategies across the department.

Strategic Engagement in Global S&T assesses the opportunities and challenges stemming from the globalization of S&T and the implications for the DoD and its Services. This report considers DoD strategies in the three Services for leveraging global S&T and implementation and coordination of these strategies across DoD. The report explores models for global S&T engagement utilized by other domestic and foreign organizations.Strategic Engagement in Global S&T assesses how the ongoing globalization of S&T may impact research funding and priorities and workforce needs, as well as issues of building and maintaining trusted relationships and avoiding technology surprises. This report will be of interest to researchers and industry professionals with expertise in the globalization of science and technology, international engagement, the defense research enterprise, program evaluation, and national security.

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