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Cross-Border Education Research Team

Welcome!  C-BERT.org is the source of information regarding college and universities with a multi-national presence. The site is maintained by the Cross-Border Education Research Team (C-BERT), hosted at the State University of New York at Albany and Pennsylvania State University. C-BERT maintains a comprehensive list of international branch campuses and also tracks other aspects of cross-border higher education.

The C-BERT research team is dedicated to providing our visitors with accurate and up-to-date information. If you have updates or corrections to our data, please contact us email us or use the Contact-us form.

ABOUT US

Learn more about C-BERT’s current members, affiliates and alumni.

RESOURCES & DATA

Find information about the branch campuses, educational hubs, and our map of international locations.

OUR WORK

Read our Essays & Commentaries, news articles referencing C-BERT, and journal, book, and chapter publications, as well as a list of presentations.

FAST FACTS

NUMBER OF INTERNATIONAL BRANCH CAMPUSES

NUMBER OF COUNTRIES WITH BRANCH CAMPUSES

LARGEST EXPORTERS

OF BRANCH CAMPUSES

  • UNITED STATES
  • UNITED KINGDOM
  • FRANCE
  • RUSSIA
  • AUSTRALIA

The largest exporters of branch campuses are (in order of branches): United States (77), United Kingdom (38), France (28), Russia (21), and Australia (14) and a total of 76 importing countries.

LARGEST IMPORTERS OF

BRANCH CAMPUSES

The largest importers of branch campus are (in order of campuses imported): China (32), United Arab Emirates (32), Singapore (12), Malaysia (12), and Qatar (11).

Note: Our numbers for China do not include Hong Kong SAR because it has a different regulatory system than mainland China.

STAY IN TOUCH

If you have information regarding a branch campus, we would love to hear from you! Use our Contact-us form and we will be in touch shortly.

The Cross-Border Education Research Team (C-BERT) provides information regarding college and universities with a multi-national presence.