- Emerging properties: ignore the Anglo-Saxons and try the developing angle

Universities in Europe have been advised by a World Bank official to look to developing countries for inspiration rather than copying British and US models of higher education. Alberto Rodriguez, lead education specialist for the bank, made the remarks in a debate at the European Association for International Education’s annual conference, this year held in Copenhagen, on how Europe can keep pace with the growing university systems of China, Brazil and the Middle East