Export of Education from New Zealand to Bangladesh:Issues and Opportunities

Ershad Ali, Geetha Subramaniam


The internationalisation of education is the key to the globalisation of knowledge for the development of human societies that incorporate equal opportunities. The gap between the developed and developing societies in terms of knowledge and technological know-how can be minimised by opening up education at every level by the advanced societies for the not-so-advanced nations. This paper identifies the opportunities created by the internationalisation of New Zealand education and raises relevant issues for further development for countries like Bangladesh, a poor country. The paper concludes that Bangladesh, having traditional aspirations towards educational excellence and yet is unable to provide adequate facilities due to resource constraint will benefit from destinations such as New Zealand for world class education.
Key words: International education; Export; Opportunities; New Zealand; Bangladesh

Résumé: L'internationalisation de l'éducation est la clé de la mondialisation des connaissances pour le développement des sociétés humaines qui intègrent l'égalité des chances. L'écart entre des pays développés et des sociétés en voie de développement en termes de connaissances et de savoir-faire technologique peut être minimisé en offrant l'éducation à tous les niveaux par les sociétés avancées pour les sociétés moins avancées. Cet article identifie les opportunités créées par l'internationalisation de l'éducation de la Nouvelle-Zélande et soulève des questions pertinentes pour le développement ultérieur pour des pays comme le Bangladesh, un pays pauvre. L’article conclut que le Bangladesh, ayant des aspirations traditionnelles envers une bonne éducation et n’étant pas capable de fournir des installations adéquates en raison de contraintes liées aux ressources, bénéficiera des pays de destination comme la Nouvelle-Zélande, pour avoir une éducation de classe mondiale.
Mots-Clés: éducation internationale; exportation; opportunités; Nouvelle-Z élande; Bangladesh

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/j.ccc.1923670020100601.001


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