Swedish urged top foreign universities to set up shop in Sweden
Friday, 04 October 2013
Officials from some Swedish business leaning organisations are calling
for improvements in rules so that more and more of the best
universities in the world could open branches in Sweden just as they
are doing in other countries.
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Mary Rankka, CEO of the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce, and Tobias
Krantz, director of education at the Confederation of Swedish
Enterprise, write in a debate article on the Swedish daily, the Dagens
Nyheter calling for the government to simplify the Swedish
regulations so that it would invite foreign universities to
utilize the already established contacts, so Sweden can continue to be
a leading research nation.
Higher education and world-class research is crucial for Sweden if it
wants to be an attractive country for business, jobs and prosperity in
the future. The demands of the global economy is becoming tougher. The
opening of the Swedish Schools to new influences, for change, for new
players is essential to sharpen their quality and competitiveness,
their write up hold.
by Scancomark.com Team
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