With a greater focus on individual-based development and an increasingly competitive global education sector, the days of ‘one size fits all' teaching techniques such as repetition learning and blind copying are fading into the past. The nurturing of a critical thinking, sound reasoning individual, who has the ability to articulate his or her point of view, is paramount in today's global student. These qualities are arguably more critical in the quest to produce an intelligent workforce than the conventional practice of gearing education methods toward achieving a pass grade in the next examination.
Similarly, as we move towards a smaller, more interconnected world, it is becoming ever clearer that in order to meet the top priority of global industries and economies, countries have to invest in the quality of their workers. The only way to nurture a sophisticated global generation is to do so from the ground up: through education.
It is because of this that the best universities in the world are adopting a global perspective to best prepare their students for the global business stage. Some of the schools at the vanguard of this educational revolution are below.