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Higher education is increasingly recognised as being critical to social and economic prosperity. It is also a policy area where the Commonwealth could significantly increase its impact. This could be achieved without major cost, by working through activities already in place, and persuading member governments to make stronger use of these brands and mechanisms. We make this argument for six reasons: Higher education is important – and until recently has been undervalued in international development debates. Higher education is already an international commodity – thus well suited to international initiatives. Initiatives in higher education can create real mutual interest between developing and developed countries. Higher education is undergoing rapid change – and the need for advice and objective sources of information is greater than ever. The Commonwealth already has longstanding and well-recognised brands in higher education on which to build. The Commonwealth can draw on a range of existing agencies to pursue higher education initiatives.