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Trisha Craig considers how universities can help foster in their students a lifelong commitment to community service
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Director of education and society at the British Council says Western universities must prove they do not have ‘imperialist’ designs on the continent
Paper finds that UK sandwich course students ‘outshine’ their overseas counterparts in the final year of university
David Lloyd finds that a journey into the Australian outback proves instructive