Argument: Countries with poor educational systems will not benefit foreign students
Countries with poor educational systems will not be benefiting students, nationals or foreigners, by providing a substandard education. And, some countries simply have a comparative disadvantage in the supply of higher education, which cannot be changed. As such, they should not be spending money and focusing substantial attention on drawing in foreign students and “globalizing” their own educational systems. Instead, they should be sending their nationals abroad, where they can receive superior, “global” educations, which will provide greater benefit to the nation concerned.