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It’s too late to stop China’s rise, so the West must start to question its own assumptions – South China Morning Post

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The new world order emerging from China’s rise is proof of the folly of Western expectations and understanding China on its own terms is critical.

The age of empire is returning, and it has Chinese characteristics – City AM

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Chinese leaders are willing to fund grand-scale investments in infrastructure that will connect up Asia, and to bring a new age into being

Why we need a commission for higher education – The Sunday Times

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The world of higher education is changing, and I don’t just mean the wise men gathering around our new born regulatory child, the Office for Students.

I see an academic empire rising in China, and the West should take note – Times Higher Education

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Sir Keith Burnett looks into the future for UK higher education and sees the growing importance of China

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Economy & Industrial Strategy

27th April 2018 in Economy & Industrial Strategy

Our future needs Chinese as well as British characteristics to thrive – Sheffield Telegraph

The future of our city, country and world will not be best served by preserving boundaries. Our interests lie in finding common ground and working together to solve challenges.

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Higher Education & International Partnerships

15th January 2018 in Higher Education & International Partnerships

Why we need a commission for higher education – The Sunday Times

The world of higher education is changing, and I don’t just mean the wise men gathering around our new born regulatory child, the Office for Students.

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Apprenticeships & Vocational Skills

16th March 2017 in Apprenticeships & Vocational Skills

Technically speaking, we’ll do level best to support new skilled T-levels – Sheffield Telegraph

We need to let young people develop the vital skills they need to succeed more easily. For those who study T Levels it must mean a route to success in any future they want. Their and our future depends upon it.

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Video & Broadcast

Religion and Higher Education 27:37

Professor Sir Keith Burnett discusses a personal view of how our religious traditions still matter to our scholarship in teaching and research.

Industrial Strategy 3:50

Sir Keith Burnett talks to BBC News about the Industrial Strategy and how education and innovation can make it a success for the UK.

Our relationship with China 5:51

Sir Keith Burnett talks to Sky News about about working with China and the state visit of President Xi Jinping