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Argument: Home countries will always benefit from sending their students abroad

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==Parent debate== ==Parent debate==
-*[[Debate:+*[[Debate:Governments and universities everywhere should compete to attract qualified students regardless of nationality or residence]]
==Supporting quotes from the Economist Debate Series== ==Supporting quotes from the Economist Debate Series==
*[http://www.economist.com/members/persona.cfm?econUId=1149054 milci, commenter. Economist Debate Series, Education 2. December 14th, 2007] - "Nothing better can happen to the host and to the mother country of a student who goes to study to a foreign country. He will be an ambassador of his country while studying. If he goes home he will take his new experiences - good or bad - home and thus enrich his society. If he stays on to work in the host country he will enrich that countries society with his knowledge of his home country." *[http://www.economist.com/members/persona.cfm?econUId=1149054 milci, commenter. Economist Debate Series, Education 2. December 14th, 2007] - "Nothing better can happen to the host and to the mother country of a student who goes to study to a foreign country. He will be an ambassador of his country while studying. If he goes home he will take his new experiences - good or bad - home and thus enrich his society. If he stays on to work in the host country he will enrich that countries society with his knowledge of his home country."
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Supporting quotes from the Economist Debate Series

  • milci, commenter. Economist Debate Series, Education 2. December 14th, 2007 - "Nothing better can happen to the host and to the mother country of a student who goes to study to a foreign country. He will be an ambassador of his country while studying. If he goes home he will take his new experiences - good or bad - home and thus enrich his society. If he stays on to work in the host country he will enrich that countries society with his knowledge of his home country."

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