Friday, 1 May 2015

Transnational education: now the agreements have been signed, what next?

Dr Terry Tudor, School of Science and Technology has recent authored a post on Transnational Education on the Higher Education Academy's Teaching and Learning Blog 

There is rising interest in transnational education (TNE) globally, with a growing number of both students and providers. The UK is a leading provider of TNE. However, despite some success, there are a number of challenges to be overcome. In this post Terry Tudor (FHEA, Senior Lecturer, University of Northampton, terry.tudor@northampton.ac.uk)  outlines various key factors that should be considered in developing and implementing TNE programmes including a focus on the student experience, being aware of the local cultural norms, ensuring good administrative processes are in place, and building the collaboration on existing friendships.

To read more on this go to www.heacademy.ac.uk/transnational-education-now-agreements-have-been-signed-what-next




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