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CAIRO BOOKS's Description
Governments are becoming increasingly aware of the important contribution that
high performance world-class universities make to competitiveness and economic
growth. As a result, there is growing recognition of the need to establish
world-class universities that can compete effectively with the best of the
best. This book explores what are the challenges involved in setting up
globally competitive universities, also called elite , or flagship
universities. The document starts by attempting to construct an operational
definition of a world-class university. It then outlines possible strategies
and pathways for establishing such universities, and reviews the challenges,
costs and risks associated with each approach.