Wednesday, January 28, 2009

English-speaking Universities Gain Students

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Glyn Davis, Vice Chancellor of the University of Melbourne, writes in the UK's Independent that English-speaking countries had 45 per cent of the international student market in 2006.

English remains the world's lingua franca and continues to strengthen its importance in the daily routine for many worldwide.

The UK colonial legacy and US dominance in the global economy and popular culture spread English worldwide and made the English language a necessary skill for modern workers.

Despite rising economic power in Asia, no Asian language is emerging to eclipse English as the world's second language. Indeed, Asian elites and those seeking to participate in the global economy are matriculating in universities in English-speaking countries.

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