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, email@example.com) 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.
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