Argument: The demand for global education is not being met
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Argument's parent debate(s)
- Debate archive: Governments and universities everywhere should compete to attract qualified students regardless of nationality or residence
Demand is growing rapidly and is not being met
- Whitney International Education Systems. Mission. Retrieved 10.10.07 - "Enrollment in higher education has exploded across the developing world: up 144% in just five years. With access limited by available seats and high prices, the unmet demand is estimated at 35 to 50 million students."
- United States investment bankers Merrill Lynch predict today’s total of 80 million students will have doubled by 2025.