The present geopolitical occurrences such as Brexit and withdrawal from multilateral trade and cooperation by the United States, have resulted in much unpredictability, particularly in the field of higher education in relation to global partnerships. In the meantime, China is publicly looking to take the lead in globalisation, establishing its higher education and research systems at a vast rate and fervently looking to work with academic partners along the New Silk Roads, to attract talent (back). However, under such circumstances, whose definitions and based on what values? Also, what, if any, change will the “New Silk Road” contribute to the global educational landscape?
Participate in the upcoming QS WORLDWIDE 2019 under the theme of “Journey to Global Prominence: Harmony of Human Heritage and Advanced Technology” from 19-20 September 2019 in Almaty, Kazakhstan.