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The Place and Space of higher education

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THE INTERNATIONAL MARKET
Paul Temple

Dr Paul Temple is senior lecturer in higher education management at the Institute of Education, University of London, where he is co-director of the MBA programme in higher education management. His research interests are in institutional effectiveness and change in higher education. He has recently finished working on a Framework 6 project on university change across Europe, and is now involved in an international project studying university-business partnerships.

BUILDING FOR A STUDENT MARKET
Darren Smith

Dr Darren P. Smith is Reader in Geography, and joined the University of Brighton in 2001. Darren completed his Phd at the University of Leeds in 1998. He coined the term ‘studentification’ in 1999 – to describe the effects of high concentrations of university students in established residential neighbourhoods. In 2005, Darren researched and drafted the Universities UK Guide on studentification, funded by DfES, in partnership with ODPM and LGA. Darren has advised many local authorities, universities, policy makers and local communities on the links between student accommodation and ensuring cohesive community relations. He has also investigated student housing and town:gown relations in Australia, USA, Canada and Ireland. Darren is currently managing 3 on-going research projects on student housing in the UK. Darren’s other research interests include urban regeneration, gentrification, change in the countryside, housing and migration, and population change. Darren is the Chair of the Population Geography Research Group of the Royal Geographical Society.

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