Americans should do more to attract the best and brightest students from Asia, panelists agreed, and the focus should be on offering Asian students opportunities to pursue higher education in America, a brand that America is known for. Thomas University. Most engineering and business programs in American universities were created because there were Asian students who were interested in coming to this country and receiving their higher education here, he said. One of the worst examples of why these programs are beginning to shrink, he said, is because once the students receive their degrees, they are allowed 18 to 24 months of temporary work permits, after which they are no longer welcome in this country. Bhattacharya said. In order to have them stay in Miami after completing their education, he said, there needs to be a foundation built that can make them feel comfortable enough to stay.
Higher education key to luring Asian business leaders
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Professors report more scrutiny, but masters students escape ideological pressure. Beijing is wooing masters students with easier access to work permits. Compare starting salaries and other important data supplied by top schools in the region. Institutions are more global in their outlook, but there is more government intervention. There are differences in approach, but the joint programmes increase mutual understanding.
While there are a great many lists of business leaders from Asia, it seems that not many Asian leaders have a presence on or are using Twitter. Here was our criterion for inclusion in this list:. He regularly tweets industry news and expresses his opinions on it. His tweets reflect his love for storytelling, keeping abreast of the digital media landscape and technology trend watching in Southeast Asia.
While serving as president-elect of the U. Among the highlights of the FIU visit: signing of a Memorandum of Understanding between the two organizations, which seeks to build a high-quality platform for academic exchanges, talent acquisitions, and support research activities. Wide-ranging discussions explored the potential of Miami as destination for Chinese tourists and the importance of the city as a gateway to Latin America for the business and academic communities of the Asia-Pacific region. For FIU, which has multiple joint agreements with Chinese academic programs, including the Marriott Tianjin China Program, facilitating further alliances was a natural choice.