September 23, 2014
Going overseas for students

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Students at the Vietnam International Center program in Ho Chi Minh City are enrolled in Broward College.

Statewide Roundup

Going overseas for students

Florida schools find students - and revenue - overseas.

Mike Vogel | 6/27/2014

Once focused on their immediate regions, Florida state colleges are educating growing numbers of foreign students — both by recruiting them to campuses in the state and through partnerships overseas with foreign institutions. 

Also in this article, CEO Sounding Board. This month, we ask CEOs: “Does it matter who is elected governor?” Featuring responses from David Miller, Chairman/co-founder of Brightway Insurance in Jacksonville; Mark B. Pentecost, CEO of It Works! in Bradenton; and Ruth Cyrus, Senior vice president, marketing at Oasis Outsourcing in West Palm Beach.

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