Reflecting on the last decade of working with leading universities from around the world, Sannam S4 believes that there has never been a more interesting time to engage in the higher education sector around the world. We see change on the horizon with more and more universities adding a global dimension to their curriculum and campuses, new skills and knowledge being disseminated with the onset of Industry 4.0 and a range of countries from the Global South and East heavily investing to develop their domestic R&D and internationalization capabilities.

As we complete 10 years of working in this space, Sannam S4 is launching our first-ever ‘Practitioner Series’, an initiative to bring together the leading experts of the sector to share best practices, challenge opinions and kick-start conversations on crucial internationalization topics from around the world. These practitioners are our partners, friends, and colleagues who we have had the honor of working with over the years.

Volume 12: Internationalization and Indian HEIs: Best practices from Teaching Undergraduates in India, Israel and the United States

Volume 11: Recruiting Latin American Students the Power of 7

Volume 10: Challenges and opportunities for Higher Education in Latin America and the Caribbean the fallout from COVID

Volume 9: Teaching and Learning – Changing the way we do it

Volume 8: The role of higher education in enhancing social enterprise

Volume 7: The Hidden Burden- Tax Exposure for Foreign Higher-Ed Institutions in India

Volume 6: Coronavirus Crisis and Digital Education Preparedness

Volume 5: Impact of EdTech In Changing How India Learns And Skills

Volume 4: Developing global talent through higher education

Volume 3: Rethinking the Climate Crisis as an opportunity to transform international education for the better

Volume 2: The Golden Ticket – Challenges and Opportunities in the Global PSW Landscape

Volume 1: Challenges for Indian Higher Education: Expansion, Quality, & Internationalization

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