Alex Usher looks at trends affecting post-secondary education around the globe, including changes in public finance, demographics and technology. In addition to showing how these forces will create very specific friction points in terms of institutional enrolment and income patterns, He uses these medium-term projections as a base from which to show how different public policy scenarios may evolve over time. Finally, he looks at what strategies institutions can adopt and show how to stress-test these strategies against different possible scenarios. The result will is a thorough examination of the likeliest areas of opportunity for institutions wishing to grow over the coming decades.