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So Long Singapore: UNLV Poised To Leave Asian City
So Long Singapore: UNLV Poised To Leave Asian City

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AIR DATE: January 28, 2013

UNLV opened a campus in Singapore in 2006, graduated its first class in 2009 and seemed to be interested in expanding to the Middle East. But now the school announced that it will probably close its Singapore campus after failing to reach an agreement with the host university. So why did it expand in the first place? And what does this mean for potential Rebels overseas?
 
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Jason Lane, professor, State University of New York at Albany

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