Global Minority Serving Institutions
Global MSIs are an emerging field of study that arose in 2014 at the Salzburg Global Seminar, a convening of MSI leaders held in Salzburg, Austria. Out of that meeting came two reports, which set the foundation for Global MSIs to be examined.
Following suit, these reports also spawned the first map to track where MSIs are in the world. This map identifies more than 300 MSIs operating outside of the United States. Each institution is listed in the report, linked via the map picture below.
In 2017, these reports were followed up by a paper that further defined the definition of “Minority Serving Institutions” in the global sphere. This paper gives an in-depth look to how these institutions are performing, providing examples of the gaps they fill within various education systems.
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